08-03-2004, 04:35 PM   #1

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iPAQ h6300 Bluetooth Headset

Are these an optional accessory or are they part of the standard equipment that comes with the HP6300? I could not find them on HPs site.

 
08-04-2004, 06:49 PM   #2

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Where can you order the “HP Bluetooth stereo headphones”? I cant find them on froogle.com or hp.com

 
08-04-2004, 08:11 PM   #3

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No bluetooth headsets come with the unit. If you read my review I go over the compatible headsets.

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08-05-2004, 06:49 AM   #4

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It seems we will need two bluetooth headsets. One mono one for basic phone calls with mic, and one stereo headset for mp3 player mode.

Where I can order the one you posted about here?: http://davesipaq.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3359

You closed the thread so I couldnt ask there. You seem to be the only site with info and pictures. I’m hoping I can order it now so it will be here by the time I get my new 6315. I plan to make the 6315 my gym mp3 player / phone combo.

As far as a generic mono “bluetooth headset” for phone only use, I’m not sure which one to get yet. I’ve seen a lot of people useing the Jabra ones over the past few years. I see they have a new updated 250 model out that looks interesting:http://www.jabra.com/products/BT250_Bluetooth.htm

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08-06-2004, 01:25 AM   #5

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Perfect all in one headset

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08-20-2004, 07:26 PM   #6

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I like the looks of the Bluetake & it has some nice features, but I’ve been looking at the Anycom HCC-110 Dave has for sale – http://www.mobileplanet.com/private…80604&listing=1

It has most all the features I am looking for (easy car use), except reputation & looks. Anybody have experience with Anycom or Multi-tooth? Also I think the earpiece is about the worst looking I’ve seen.

 
10-03-2004, 01:38 AM   #7

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Step by step guides to set up Motorola HS820 with iPAQ6315/6365

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Hi: only one thing i could not get it done! the HS820 can not set up with 6315. Can any one help me to set up ???

Please, step by step tell me how! Thanks

Hi fyz88,

Here are the steps:

Step 1: At your iPAQ, turn on the Bluetooth and go to the Bluetooth Manager. Step 2: Press “New” for Hands-free/Headset setup and then press “Next” At this juncture, prepare your HS820 by following the steps below. Step 3: Make sure your HS820 is turned off first. Step 4: Press the HS820 Multi Function Button until LED remains ON all the time. (key learning -> the LED will flash in the first few seconds, DO NOT LET GO THE BUTTON, CONTINUOUSLY PRESS UNTIL THE LED IS ALWAYS ON. It takes more than 5 seconds). When HS820 LED is always ON, it is now ready to be paired with the iPAQ. Step 5: (continue from step 2) At iPAQ, press next. The bluetooth logo will swivel indicating the iPAQ is detecting the HS820 bluetooth device. Step 6: Once detected, you will be prompted to enter HS820 passkey. Enter “0000” passkey (as provided by HS820 manual). The Motorola HS820 icon will emerge shortly. At this point, your HS820 is now paired with iPAQ and ready for use. How to use HS820, refer to its manual. Happy bluetoothing… hope this helps. Regards,

Hanley

Last edited by Hanley : 10-03-2004 at 11:11 PM. Reason: Added step 6 for HS820 passkey

 
10-04-2004, 01:49 AM   #8

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Hanley Hi: Hanley Thank you verymuch for your help. i’v got my hs820 connected to hp6315!it’s working fine. All the best for you

Fiona

 
10-05-2004, 09:51 AM   #9

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Using Voice dialer with Bluetooth

I have the Motorola Bluetooth headset. Does anyone know of a what to make voice dialed calls using the headset without first using the manual button on the 6315. Thanks

 
12-27-2004, 09:40 PM   #10

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Has anyone tried using the HCC-110 with the 6315 and MS Voice? I just ordered MS Voice and Bluetrek G2 but I’d rather have something like the HCC-110 if it works.

David

 
03-17-2005, 12:41 AM   #11

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Great tip!

WOW! Thanks for this.. I was searching the net and the motorola site for this information on how to set this headset up and got the same blurb’s WHICH WERE WRONG! Thanks for this tip.. this site is a big help. Kind regards, bphipps312

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Hi fyz88,
Here are the steps: Step 1: At your iPAQ, turn on the Bluetooth and go to the Bluetooth Manager. Step 2: Press “New” for Hands-free/Headset setup and then press “Next” At this juncture, prepare your HS820 by following the steps below. Step 3: Make sure your HS820 is turned off first. Step 4: Press the HS820 Multi Function Button until LED remains ON all the time. (key learning -> the LED will flash in the first few seconds, DO NOT LET GO THE BUTTON, CONTINUOUSLY PRESS UNTIL THE LED IS ALWAYS ON. It takes more than 5 seconds). When HS820 LED is always ON, it is now ready to be paired with the iPAQ. Step 5: (continue from step 2) At iPAQ, press next. The bluetooth logo will swivel indicating the iPAQ is detecting the HS820 bluetooth device. Step 6: Once detected, you will be prompted to enter HS820 passkey. Enter “0000” passkey (as provided by HS820 manual). The Motorola HS820 icon will emerge shortly. At this point, your HS820 is now paired with iPAQ and ready for use. How to use HS820, refer to its manual. Happy bluetoothing… hope this helps. Regards,

Hanley

 
03-21-2005, 07:53 AM   #12

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Currently the Jabra 250 has issues pariing with the 6315 -jason

 
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