Not sure if Jabra bluetooth headset or charger that not working
I bought myself a Jabra Bluetooth headset with charger (cradle and adapter) but when I plug it in to charge, the blue light lit once and nothing happen. I had a spare charger and the same thing happen on that headset. How do I know if the headset is broken or the charger as I only had 1 bluetooth headset? Is this problem with the charger a common problems with Jabra BT250?
Re: Not sure if Jabra bluetooth headset or charger that...
I had the same problem, called support, they told me battery is defective or too old and doesn't accept the charge. Battery in a headset is hardwired and can't be replaced, so the whole thing is trash :(
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When there is no light, while connected to the charger, it is NOT charging. You should checK the charger and the power cord. Eventually check the connector in the headset.
Perhaps you even can borrow for a few moments a charger from a friend? if another charges connected the light goes on, you need another charger. If nothing changes I think the little battery inside is defect. Don't bother buying and replacing the battery, when it almost costs the same as a new headset.
Turn your headset off. Then, press and hold the answer/end button until the indicator light is solid lit in blue. It is in paring mode. Now, make your phone's bluetooth application search for new devices. After a while, the BT-350 should appear on-screen. Select it and command the application to proceed. If a pairing code (or PIN, or passkey) is requested, enter '0000' (four zeros). If the pairing proces is successful, the headset should enter stand-by mode. The pairing process is timed.If you fail to complete it, you'll have to start it over, from the phone turned off phase. Once paired, whenever both your headset and your phone's bluetooth radios are turned on, they should connect to each other automatically. Otherwise
Hello due, your battery is dead or the battery circuit has an issue -just as mine-.
You can of course get rid of this problem by yourself if you have some skills...
Check this out: http://www.fixya.com/support/t190081-jabra_bt250v_indicator_light_doesnt
If it is the circuit, then continue reading... "The circuit on
the internal battery has an issue and I cannot measure the voltage
through it correctly. The battery reads 3,55 V, while the circuit reads
0,55 V. So, I have the same problem as above then... A blue flash and
nothing else, no charge... I am going to remove the circuit of the
battery and connect it
directly to the charger pins. I believe this will not cause any issues.
At least, I will be able to charge the headset this way. I will post
once more should this method fails." This is my solution. And it worked. The headset in the cradle is looking at me with blue light on -charging!- Don't forget to take it out of the cradle after 2 hours as there is nothing there to protect the battery any longer.
First, make sure that your headset is charged and then press and hold the "Answer/end" button until that the light becomes blue solid. at this time you can do a search on your phone to discover bluetooth devices.
Here is the link to download the user manual for more information:
if the device doesn't light on at all, you may need to try with another charger because in this the device is not charged at all.
Mine is a Blackjack II, but i did get it to connect. Hold the clear button down on the Jabra until it lights solid blue, keep holding it with one hand while you use the other hand to operate your Blackjack. I went to Settings, then Connections, then Bluetooth, then "Add new device". As long as my Jabra was lit solid blue, the phone found the headset. Then it will ask you for the pin code, which i found by accident (0000 - four zero's).
Go to the bleemin Jabra website! (http://www.jabra.com/Sites/Jabra/NA-US/Headsets/Pages/JabraBT150.aspx)
"When I put the charger on for the first time after purchasing and
plugged it in there was just a quick blue flash but no lights came on
This one is more fun. The charger that comes with the bluetooth WILL plug in 180 degrees from proper. Symptom of reverse plug-in is usually a dull(VERY dim) blue glow and a high pitch whine. Depending on the parts used in your production batch, one inverted plug-in could have popped something. Try rotating the plug 180 degrees, and seeing if the charging light doesn't come on(if it does, then you're good, if not, return for refund, or you're fubared)
right out of the box i had the light flicker on me too. if you don't have warranty or receipt like i did try this. i'm not responsible if it doesn't work after!
peel off the blue part of plastic that has jabra on it. take a screwdriver and unscrew the star screws. take the cover off. using some wires, briefly connect a battery (i used a wireless drill battery) to the leads of the bluetooth battery. you'll see a spark.
I contacted Jabra and they said this problem is due to a bad internal battery. There is nothing that can be done to fix it. So I returned it to the guy who sold it to me and got my money back. Purchased another from a different vendor, and this one works great. That's the only solution!