i've bought a new Jabra BT350. As the manual, I put the AC charger into my headset. It suppose to give the red light, indicating it is being charged. But it didn't. Is it broken and i have to return it?
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.
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Before you use your Jabra BT350, you need to pair it with your mobile phone. 1. Put the headset in pairing mode • Make sure the headset is off. • Press and hold the answer/end button until a solid blue light comes on. 2. Set your Bluetooth phone to ‘discover’ the Jabra BT350 Follow your phone’s instruction guide. This usually involves going to a ‘setup,’ ‘connect’ or ‘Bluetooth’ menu on your phone and selecting the option to ‘discover’ or ‘add’ a Bluetooth device.* (See example from a typical mobile phone in fig. 5) 3. Your phone will find the Jabra BT350 Your phone then asks if you want to pair with it. Accept by pressing ‘Yes’ or ‘OK’ on the phone and confirm with the passkey or PIN = 0000 (4 zeros).
or go here http://www.jabra.com/sites/Jabra/GNimages/Products/WirelessHeadset/BT350/Documents/BT350_UM_NA_EN_491.pdf
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.
seeing the red light tells you that the jabra isn't fried or shorted and that there is life but there is a problem, the red light isn't blue when it should be. so have you read the directions your ear piece came with when you first bought it?... hold the on button until you see the blue light stays on.(blue light will flash fast then slow then come to a complete stop and stay on) once blue light stays on that should mean you can now find the ear piece on your cell phone to link up. if problem still isn't fixed then you might as well buy a new one.
BR, I had the same problem with my BT350 and my Razr V3c. I was finally able to resolve the problem by doing the following:
- delete BT350 from device list on Razr
- start Razr looking for device
- put BT350 in pairing mode while phone searching (hold answer button till solid blue light)
- phone will detect BT350 and retrieve name
- select Jabra BT350
- say 'yes' to bond with Jabra BT350
- enter passkey - 0000
- phone will connect with Jabra BT350
This is what I did: 1. open the headset by following these steps: http://www.instructables.com/id/Jabra-BT-350-Disassembly-and-Repair/ 2. measure the voltage of the battery. If it is too low, the internal charger circuit may not like it. Mine was 2.6v. 3. Charge the battery "manually" by connecting to 3 serially connected rechargeable batteries (final voltage should be around 3.7v). Three NiMH AA batteries are fine. 4. Reassemble and hope your headset is back to business.
Hey everyone! I had the same problem, and I actually got it to work again! I hope these directions will help you get yours to work (from the manual): 1. Put the headset in pairing mode • Make sure the headset is off. • Press and hold the answer/end button until a solid blue light comes on. <== THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT! HOLD THE BUTTON UNTIL YOU SEE A SOLID NON-BLINKING LIGHT! (This is where I was going wrong with the directions.) 2. Set your Bluetooth phone to ‘discover’ the Jabra BT350 Follow your phone’s instruction guide. This usually involves going to a ‘setup,’ ‘connect’ or ‘Bluetooth’ menu on your phone and selecting the option to ‘discover’ or ‘add’ a Bluetooth device. 3. Your phone will find the Jabra BT350 Your phone then asks if you want to pair with it. Accept by pressing ‘Yes’ or ‘OK’ on the phone and confirm with the passkey or PIN = 0000 (4 zeros).