09-23-2004, 10:33 AM   #21

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Either unit works great, 2 days now and NO COMPLAINTS from both callers and people I have called.

 
09-23-2004, 01:43 PM   #22

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Compatable Bluetooth Headsets Same with me. Using Jabra 250 with 6315. Static, drops connection, poor sound quality. Looks like all are having same problem. Used the same Jabra with MotoV600 and worked perfectly!!!
 
09-23-2004, 01:45 PM   #23

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Either unit works great, 2 days now and NO COMPLAINTS from both callers and people I have called.

Which two?

 
09-23-2004, 04:56 PM   #24

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Mike, Just did mine last night with no trouble at all. As I recall, just make sure to hold down the power switch around 8 sec–long enough for it to flash something like 8 times. Then just go to the Bluetooth Manager in the 6315 and select the new connection option for headsets and pair the devices (this from memory–consult the Jabra manual for particulars). Hope that helps.

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09-26-2004, 11:59 PM   #25

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im using the hbh65 sony ericsson and it works great. the only problem im facing is when i reconnect the head set. i sometimes have to reset the headset and detect it again.do you guys face that as well?

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09-27-2004, 02:52 AM   #26

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I purchase the Jabra 250 to go with my new IPAQ 6315 and it is fantastic.

 
09-28-2004, 12:21 AM   #27

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I am using the same thing and it appears to work ok but when you look at the status it is constantly jumping from just right to nothing

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09-28-2004, 12:55 AM   #28

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I have tried 6 differnt headsets and many callers have complained that it sounds like im far away and my voice is very faint. I went from store to store trying headsets. They all do it. i found an inconvienient work around. answer the call. Quickly click on the headset icon in task bar. transfer the call to your phone, click on icon again to send it back to headset. now it will be normal. Another is to go to headset preferences and uncheck telephone calls, and check standard audio. when phone rings press answer on ipaq, then click headset to transfer to headset. This will work too, but you lose the answer/hang up function on headset.

 
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i just bought the Motorola HS810 but am having problem with connection. when i just finished pairing the device with 6315 and performance a test, it worked fine. but, once i turned off 6315 and close the boom on the headset which both of these devices are in stand-by mode at this time, the headset does not pickup the signal from 6315 when receiving the next call. am i doing anything wrong, or did i miss something? i checked all settings and nothing was wrong. can anyone help me? thanks!

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MOROROLA HS 820 iS the right one for HP 6315?

 
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Is there any one know HS820 is the right one for hp 6315??

 
09-29-2004, 03:58 PM   #33

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agent680 posted the answer already

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Is there any one know HS820 is the right one for hp 6315??

fyz88,

agent680 has already posted the answer. click on the link and it gives you a very clear definition for the compatible headsets

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09-29-2004, 06:13 PM   #34

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Still no answer?

I’ve been trying to figure out how the Motorola HS810 works. I got both devices paired and works fine but once I close the boom on the HS810 and open back up it doesn’t connect anymore. I have to go through the pairing procedure again to have it paired. Also, right after I paired the devices I can only make calls but not take calls. Any idea? Much thanks!

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Hi: any one know how to set up bluetooth (hp6315) with HS820? i can not get it work
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Please!! any one can tell me how to make HS820 work with HP6315? i tryed many time but this pc can not find the HS8210. Thanks

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10-02-2004, 07:31 PM   #37

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Please!! any one can tell me how to make HS820 work with HP6315? i tryed many time but this pc can not find the HS8210. Thanks

Fiona

Did you make sure that your device is ready to connect? Is the blue LED lit ready to be connected? I tried my first HS810 all day long, followed the exact setup steps. I finally came up with an conclusion: a defect product. I went to Best Buy for exchange, tried the new one and worked great. If you did follow exactly step-by-step according to the user manual, I suggest you get an exchange and try.

The problem with the HS810 (I believe the HS820 also has the same problem, too) is that the way the earphone is designed it feels loose all the time. The volume is also too low especially if you are outside near a street where cars are running. I asked myself: “The design of both HS810 and HS820 may appear in a fashionable way, the purpose of having a Bluetooth earphone is to be able to hear it clearly instead of looks good on me. Correct?” I decided to made my second exchange for a Jabra FreeSpeak 250 which I should have gotten the first time. The design of the earphone has an ear bud stuff in your ear and the earphone hangs to the back of your ear. The volume is clear and so loud that I had to turn it down. I’m glad I made the right decision.

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10-02-2004, 09:52 PM   #38

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Hi: Thanks Contactwayne! I did every thing but first i can not get it paired. may be my network not support it?

Thanks

 
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Some of the compatible bluetooth headsets are Nokia HDW-2, Allways, Motorola HS810, Sony Ericsson HBH-35,Ericsson HBH-20, Gold Lantern Super Talk hands-free, Gold Lantern Micro Talk Multi-tooth 3.3, Logitec HS01, Belkin Bluetooth Hands-Free Headset, Plantronics M2500, M3000, ATA BT 25 and the BT200.

Like many others I also have some problems with the Motorola HS810. In about 30% of the phone calls the person on the other end says they can’t hear me well enough to have a conversation. Usually calling back or having the person call me back corrects the problem. The BT device will loose its connection when the mic flap is closed. It usually requires going to the wireless utilities page to turn the BT function off and on. On some occasions a soft reset is required.

 
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Quiet BT Headset

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I have tried 6 differnt headsets and many callers have complained that it sounds like im far away and my voice is very faint. I went from store to store trying headsets. They all do it. i found an inconvienient work around. answer the call. Quickly click on the headset icon in task bar. transfer the call to your phone, click on icon again to send it back to headset. now it will be normal. Another is to go to headset preferences and uncheck telephone calls, and check standard audio. when phone rings press answer on ipaq, then click headset to transfer to headset. This will work too, but you lose the answer/hang up function on headset.

i have the same problem-people are complaining of my voice being quiet when i use the headset. any further advice or options?

 
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