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Incoming calls this is my 2nd h350. i can make calls with no problem, but i cannot seem to receive them just by tapping the call button. if i tap it too long or 2 times then it disconnects. am i doing something wrong. both headsets had the same issue.

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If u hold it u are rejecting your call and u press it once to answer and another time to hang up so that is your problem

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