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  1. #1
    blackbat
    Guest
    Hi all,
    Bought a jabra200 bluetooth headset for my t68i.
    Works fine when t68i bluetooth is set to ON

    Only works occasionally when t68i bluetooth is set to AUTO.
    It fails when I make or recieve a call on the t68i handset & then
    decide I want to transfer it to the headset - press the button on the
    jabra - it beeps but call often stays on the phone.

    Any ideas?


    blackbat /\x/\



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  2. #2
    Bob H
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    Re: t68i & jabra200

    Leave the phone BT at ON. The auto function is intended for sending =
    business cards and PIM items. For reliable use with headset or =
    PocketPC, etc ... leave it ON. Battery drain is insignificant.

    Bob

    P.S. I have T68i, Jabra, BT GPS and an iPaq for my configuration.


    "blackbat" <[email protected]> wrote in message =
    news:[email protected]
    : Hi all,
    : Bought a jabra200 bluetooth headset for my t68i.
    : Works fine when t68i bluetooth is set to ON
    :=20
    : Only works occasionally when t68i bluetooth is set to AUTO.
    : It fails when I make or recieve a call on the t68i handset & then
    : decide I want to transfer it to the headset - press the button on the
    : jabra - it beeps but call often stays on the phone.
    :=20
    : Any ideas?
    :=20
    :=20
    : blackbat /\x/\



  3. #3
    blackbat
    Guest

    Re: t68i & jabra200

    > Battery drain is insignificant.

    Thanks for the reply.
    Well guessed. Battery drain is the reason I was trying to use auto.
    Maybe auto-suggestion but the first time I switched on bluetooth the
    battery didn't seem to last as long as usual.

    Good to hear it's insignificant.
    p.s. how do you know - just personal experience or has it been well
    documented?

    blackbat /\x/\



  4. #4
    Bob H
    Guest

    Re: t68i & jabra200

    Personal experience and posts by others on various forums.

    Sure ... if you're down to your last bit of battery life and need it ... =
    it makes sense to turn it off. But otherwise just throw the phone on a =
    charger once a week and you'll be fine.

    Bob

    "blackbat" <[email protected]> wrote in message =
    news:[email protected]
    : > Battery drain is insignificant.
    :=20
    : Thanks for the reply.
    : Well guessed. Battery drain is the reason I was trying to use auto.
    : Maybe auto-suggestion but the first time I switched on bluetooth the
    : battery didn't seem to last as long as usual.
    :=20
    : Good to hear it's insignificant.
    : p.s. how do you know - just personal experience or has it been well
    : documented?
    :=20
    : blackbat /\x/\



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