Hi, I am finding that during calls, the Polycom Station will produce a single one-second beep about every minute or so. The call sounds good otherwise. I need to find a solution to this terribly annoying beep, especially during long conference calls at meetings. Checked the manual and can't find anything relevant. Help! Thank you!
It is hard to tell if this conference phone is installed on a PBX or not? "At meetings" tends to make me believe that it is. Beeping can come from a few sources. If a call is being recorded it is necessary to provide a beep tone so that the parties on the line know that they are being recorded. This is a FCC requirement. You can ask the other party if they are recording the call.
Beeping can come from call waiting. It is recommended to turn call waiting off unless you are bridging incoming calls.
If a call is on hold you will get a beeping tone. You can check by pressing the flash button and see if there is a second call. If so hangup and your original call should return normally.
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Fully charge the headset, disconnect the power supply cable, and at the same time press power/call multifunction key and volume up for about 8 seconds. It will reset the headphones and the led flashed red and blue. Turn it on and re-pair the headset and mobile. It will resolve the problem. Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH 504 is not working
Is it possible that you have call-waiting enabled on your line & the beeping is another call trying to come through? If you think this is the case, call your phone service provider & request it be taken off your line.
Try plugging a different phone into the line to determine if the problem is being cause by your phone, or by the phone line.
this does not appear to be the sound station problem it appears u ve connected this system behind an epabx extension .if yes the extension is programmed for a call disconnection time of 15 mins.ask ur epabx programmer to change it to infinite
The beeping sounds is not the phone's fault I guess, I guess it is the SIM card's fault. Try changing your SIM card to a new one from your service provider. Also buy a new battery from Cell phone companies, please do not buy the Made in China batteries with names different than Motorola, just buy the ones with the Motorola sign.
The conferencing capability to bridge 2 (or more) external stations comes from the telephone equipment/service that you have purchased. Either you are behind a PABX or Electronic KSU, which provides multiple phone service to your office, or you purchase conferencing capability from your local telephone provider (Verizon, AT&T, etc). In either case, the way to initiate a conference call would be the same as when you would have a desktop/office phone and establish a conference/bridged call to external parties. Usually this occurs by having one party on the line, flashing the disconnect button momentarily, getting a new dial tone, dialing and connecting to a second party, then flashing the disconnect button again, which signals the equipment to bridge those two calls to your station. On the SoundStation EX there is a Flash button that provides that capability of momentarily flashing the disconnect button. Try and see if that works. If not, then you will need to make arrangements to purchase the external equipment or service from your provider. If you have the PABX or electronic KSU, it may also be a configuration option that you will need to have your support person for your telephone system, activate for that station connected to the SoundStation EX.
Hope that helps.