Hi, I have a Samsung D900 which connects to a Jabra bluetooth headset fine. It rings in my ear, answers calls, hangs them up - the lot. However, the phone does not seem to be sending any other audio through (voice). I've paired the headset with another D900 - it works fine, so it's definately my phone (a setting perhaps?). Can anyone help, PLEASE! Thanks, Nickleback.
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?? your contacts list isn't stored in your earpiece , its stored in your phone that the earpiece connects via Bluetooth too , so if your "phone" doesn't verbally announce whos calling to you then I don't see how your ear piece is going to ??
My head set had another pin code other than 0000 when I recieved the unit which made it dificult to connect. I learned how to reset it to the default pin of 0000 which allowed me to sync it with my phone. After using it for a month or so my phone requested the pin again.I entered 0000 and once again would not accept the pin. I had to retore the default pin again and it works just fine. Here are the instructions. Plug your vbt185z into the wall charger and while connected press down and hold the center blue button untill the light comes on.(about 30 seconds)Unplug the the ear piece and turn the unit on.Now enter pin 0000 and your phone should accept the pin.