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?
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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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You can buy a bluetooth usb adapter and make your pc bluetooth enabled. I bought an I/o gear blue tooth adapter for $ 2.58 and it allows me to pair up my headset to my pc and I can go up to 500 ft away and hear perfectly.
All you need are 2.0 usb ports (high speed)
the adapter can cost up to $ 20 but it works and boy is it worth it!
Your bluetooth headset is powered by an internal battery. If the battery is not charged,it just won't turn on. Fully charge your battery before use.
Make sure that the power outlet you're using is working and that the cord is fitted correctly into the wall, PC or Car outlet and the Jabra Bluetooth device.
Try unplugging the Jabra Bluetooth device and see if it turns on. If so, use the Jabra Bluetooth device until the battery is completely exhausted. The next time you charge it, check that it is charging properly
If the Jabra Bluetooth device is still not charging, check what happens when you initially plug the Bluetooth device into its charger. If the light on the Bluetooth device flashes on and then off again quickly, it is likely that the battery is no longer working. Batteries cannot be replaced or covered warranty
I bought a Jabra Bluetooth headset, It worked fine with my phone(nokia). I lost my phone now. Now i want to use the same headset with my new phone (huawi), but i am unable to connect it to my new phone as the phone is already paired with my previous phone. So please help me with the issue and tell me is there any way i can disconnect the bluetooth headset from my previous phone??
My solution is to connect the jabra audio jack to the speaker output of my receiver. Jabra need it to detect a source. If the connection to the source is cut, jabra waits around 30 seconds and if nothing happend jabra stop the transmittion. I hope that helps.
hi, you have to connect the jabra audio jack to the audio source, to the speaker output of your receiver for example. If jabra detects the source it will work. If you cut the connection, jabra watch for a while if something happend and than stops the transmittion. Hope that helps
Well, I got the same problem the days before, and after some trying, I've solved.
I'm using the Toshiba bluetooth adapter, too. You see, when you want to make a new connection with your bluetooth device, you may either use the Express Mode or the Custom Mode. Go with the Custom Mode, then, there appears the Jabra BT620. After input the 0000 code, you may select the services from 3 options. There, you can find the headset or hands-free option.
Go with that, than you may have your Jabra BT620 as a microphone!
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.
hold the button pressed for 6 sec. until led is solid.
then search bluetooth devices on phone
click on Bluetooth headset
now it should work, or check http://jabra.com for compatibility.