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I purchased a Motorola V750 Adv recently. The headset jack will not work. tried several different headsets I know work, but won't work with the v750! Suggestions? Took phone back to Verizon, sales person tried several v750's but none worked with headset. She gave up and I walked out frustrated!

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My V750 works with both my hands-free set (BodyGlove from Walmart) and my stereo headphones, but there's a trick to using stereo headphones with the 2.5mm jack. You absolutely HAVE to use the 2.5mm-to-3.5mm headphone jack adapter from Verizon. I had a generic adapter from Radio Shack that I used to use with my RAZR, but it wouldn't work with the V750; tons of people have had the same problem.
The ONLY adapter that will work is the one sold by Verizon. It runs between $10 and $15, and it includes a 32 inch extension cable and a clip-on microphone with a call answer/hang-up button. The plus side is that this adapter turns your favorite headphones into a hands-free kit.

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