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AUDIOVOX XV6700 6700 POCKET PC/Cell phone Trying to pair a bluetooth headset for both music and phone. But the pairing only ask/allows for Handsfree.. Is there a download I need?

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  • fwplayers Feb 27, 2008

    The pairing works as a handsfree headset, but I want to listen to my mobile media player. The manual mentions a Bluetooth patch where I could upgrade my PDA phone.. Would that be an option, or am I stuck with having a handsfree headset only (no windows media)

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Hello;

Please try this instaruction, may this help.

http://mobileoffice.about.com/od/usingyourphone/ht/blueheadset.htm

best regards melnavz

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