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IS MOTO RAZR S9HEADPHONE WORKS WITH MOTO RAZR V3I

I AM ABLE TO HEAR SOUND FROM 1 SIDE ONLY MY HEAD PHONES R NOT WORKING PROPERLEY WITH V3I IS THERE ANY SOFT WARE UPDATE FOR V3I AND IS IT WORK AITH MOTO RAZR V3I S9 BLUE TOOTH HEADPHONES

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  • niyatibhivga Oct 12, 2008

    i have toshiba L200 i can't hear sound in by headphones after plugging it in my laptop..so if i want to hear some music without distrubing my room mates i con't do that..please give me solution as soon as posible

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Page 25 in the manual that came with my S9 states
"Note: While on a call, sound is only in the left speaker."

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

If your phone supports the A2DP bluetooth protocol, music you play on the phone will be heard in both ears of the S9 headset.

Voice calls are always in one ear only.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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On windows vista change sound device to "Bluetooth Stereo Audio" instead of "Bluetooth Hands-free Audio", that should work.

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