Motorola 815 with bluetooth headset loses transmit
I have tried 3 different ear pieces for the the bluetooth connection and all have had the same problem. I have tried 2 Motorola earpieces and one made by Scala. I can make 2 or 3 calls in a row and it works fine. Without warning, on the next call I can hear who I call but they can't hear me. I have to turn off the bluetooth and call them back using only the phone. I may then turn the bluetooth back on and it may work for a few calls but without warning the next call, I can hear them but they can't hear me. Verizon fooled me into buying a new earpiece, but that had the same problem. My guess is the junk Motorola phones are the problem. I called Motorola and they said I could send it in, but of course they know that is not possible since it is a business phone. Any ideas?
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try removing the pairing to your phone and pair again. If this does not work try pairing your headset to another phone and if it does it on that phone then something is wrong with the earpiece return for repairs if under warranty or if you are willing to pay for the repairs if out of warranty or replace ear piece all together as they are reasonably priced these days. If the ear piece works fine the other phone something has gone wrong with the bluetooth side of your phone return for repairs or replace depending on what you can afford to do. I hope this helps.