20 Most Recent Jabra BT800 Consumer Headset Questions & Answers

You can replace Jabra BT800 bluetooth headset's battery. it is 3.7v 140 mAh 501520 (meaning battery thickness 5mm, length 20mm, width 15mm). to open the bluetooth headset without breaking it, you need to pull of gray-black color ear hanger on it slowly. After removing ear hanger part, you will see a screw under it. Remove the screw, then slowly try to open the device by a hard plastic tool. you can unsolder the dead battery on its pcb and solder the new battery. Good luck!

Jabra BT800... • Answered on Jun 16, 2018

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Jabra BT800... • Answered on Sep 06, 2010

The you have either not inserted the charging plug fully, the charging socket is faulty, the charger is not working, or the battery has failed.

I'll assume that you're familiar enough with your headset not to have done the first option. The charging socket is probably ok if there's no obvious visible damage and it's likely that the charger is working too as they're so reliable, but you can always eliminate it as a possibility by borrowing another charger or testing the socket output against the figures printed on the charger.

But by far the most likely culprit is the built-in rechargeable battery. It's not designed to be replaceable as the complete headset is only expected to last two years, but Jabra do have a one year warranty on it: if it fails they just exchange the complete headset for a new one (or the charger if that proves faulty). Your unit can't be very old as the model is a fairly recent one, so you should first try for a repair, refund or replacement (your choice) from the retailer (a legal right under the Sale of Goods Act if you're in the UK) and then contact Jabra directly if either the retailer won't help or if Jabra has told them to refer all repair claims to them.

You'll find a link to the warranty terms here.

Jabra BT800... • Answered on May 07, 2010


In regards to bluetooth devices they have a pin kind of like what you would have with a wireless router. Inputting the pin is a security feature to keep just any device from connecting. So when you put in the pin it tells your phone it is ok for this device to talk to your phone.

So if you are not sure what the pin is you will need to look in the owners manual of your Jabra. If you have trouble finding it you might call Jabra support and they can tell you what it is. Also alot of time they can look it up for you at your local cell phone shop.

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Jabra BT800... • Answered on Jan 13, 2010

On back side of earpiece there is a pin hole. Using a paperclip, push on the switch in that pin hole. The display on your earpiece will say ready to pair. The device you are planning to pair with will ask for password. 0000. Accept/done. Go into bluetooth section of device and set up for yes instead of ask so it will auto connect everytime.

Jabra BT800... • Answered on Jul 09, 2009

hold down the powerbutton on the headset until light starts blinking,signaling pair mode. then make sure bluetooth is on on your phone and then search for devices.

Jabra BT800... • Answered on May 19, 2009

Without the phone....sol. EBAY another

Jabra BT800... • Answered on Jan 03, 2009

If your power supply isn't 6vdc 800ma, you're too hot or too cold

Jabra BT800... • Answered on Jan 03, 2009

Use your Bluetooth wireless headset or car speaker to make and receive calls: 1. Follow the manufacture's instructions for your Bluetooth device to make sure it is turned on and "visible". 2. From your Sidekick, go to the Phone application. 3. Make sure your Bluetooth device has paired with your Sidekick device by pressing MENU and selecting Settings > Pairing. (If you try to do this and you don't have Bluetooth services turned on, you will be prompted to turn it on.) 4. On the Pairing dialog that appears, make sure your Bluetooth device is listed and has a key icon next to it. The key means that it's paired with your device. If it doesn't have a key, roll the TRACKBALL to select the device name, then press to pair. Once paired, press DONE . 5. Back at the Phone screen, press MENU and select Transfer Sound to > Bluetooth Device Name. 6. Dial your number and send the call. All sounds will be routed through your Bluetooth device.

Jabra BT800... • Answered on Jul 03, 2008

piece of **** that sidekick 3. I have a piece of **** LG by verizon and it works just fine with the Jabra bluetooth. Sidekick is **** and so is t mobile!!!

Jabra BT800... • Answered on Apr 19, 2008

They are sold with the firmware and language for the country they are selling to. You have to change the firmware to your country. Easy to do with a computer.

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Jabra Radio... • Answered on Feb 26, 2021

Read the instructions and if you are certain the headphones aren't operating out of the box as per the instructions, return them under warranty.

Jabra Radio... • Answered on Feb 01, 2020

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