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  1. #1
    In Dreams I Walk With You
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    Anyone having problems using "magic word" with this headset and phone ? I
    can seem to get it to work.

    Cheers,


    --
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    David May
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  2. #2
    Olaf Peuss
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    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    In Dreams I Walk With You wrote:

    > Anyone having problems using "magic word" with this headset and phone
    > ? I can seem to get it to work.


    Well, if you can get it to work, then why don't you post instructions of how
    to do it? Maybe there are others out here who are hot on this info. ;-)


    Kind regards,
    Olaf

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  3. #3
    Michael Pronay
    Guest

    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    "Olaf Peuss" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >> Anyone having problems using "magic word" with this headset and
    >> phone ? I can seem to get it to work.


    > Well, if you can get it to work, then why don't you post
    > instructions of how to do it? Maybe there are others out here
    > who are hot on this info. ;-)


    Isn't the "magic word" function limited to car hands free kits
    with permanent power supply? At least that's what I have in
    memory.

    M.



  4. #4
    Olaf Peuss
    Guest

    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    Michael Pronay wrote:

    > Isn't the "magic word" function limited to car hands free kits
    > with permanent power supply? At least that's what I have in
    > memory.


    "Magic word" can be used for either hands free or PTT-headset, but not BT
    headset.
    So, "magic word" phones with a PTT-headset can be used "*****bound" without
    permanent power supply.


    Kind regards,
    Olaf

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  5. #5
    Michael Pronay
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    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    "Olaf Peuss" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > "Magic word" can be used for either hands free or PTT-headset,
    > but not BT headset.


    What's PTT? I suppose Knopf-im-Ohr-FSE, but what does the acronym
    stand for?

    M.



  6. #6
    In Dreams I Walk With You
    Guest

    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    It can most definately be used with BT headsets. Mine supports it, so does
    my phone. Only thing is I can't seem to get it to work. Although I've only
    tried it for a bit yet. More this weekend.


    --
    "and hey...let's be careful outthere"

    David May
    http://www.no-code.net
    ftp.no-code.net


    "Olaf Peuss" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Michael Pronay wrote:
    >
    > > Isn't the "magic word" function limited to car hands free kits
    > > with permanent power supply? At least that's what I have in
    > > memory.

    >
    > "Magic word" can be used for either hands free or PTT-headset, but not BT
    > headset.
    > So, "magic word" phones with a PTT-headset can be used "*****bound"

    without
    > permanent power supply.
    >
    >
    > Kind regards,
    > Olaf
    >
    > Use "reply to" address for e-mail, please.
    >






  7. #7
    Olaf Peuss
    Guest

    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    Michael Pronay wrote:

    >> "Magic word" can be used for either hands free or PTT-headset,
    >> but not BT headset.

    >
    > What's PTT? I suppose Knopf-im-Ohr-FSE, but what does the acronym
    > stand for?


    PTT stands for "push to talk" and describes - you've guessed it by now! -
    the little button on the microphone piece of a headset which can be pushed
    and held in order to activate voice dial. Much more convenient than
    operating the phone, i.e. if the contact you want to phone has a voice dial
    tag attached. :-)


    Kind regards,
    Olaf

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  8. #8
    Olaf Peuss
    Guest

    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    In Dreams I Walk With You wrote:

    > It can most definately be used with BT headsets. Mine supports it, so
    > does my phone. Only thing is I can't seem to get it to work. Although
    > I've only tried it for a bit yet. More this weekend.


    You're right - and I stand corrected. However, BT needs to be switched on
    permanently in order to use a BT headset's voice dial. "Auto" mode won't do
    the trick. As it sucks my T39 and R520's batteries empty very quickly, I
    never put BT on but always run it in "Auto" mode. Hence, I'm never able to
    use voice dial on my BT headset and that's probably why I wrote that it
    isn't possible to use voice dial on BT headsets.


    Kind regards,
    Olaf

    Use "reply to" address for e-mail, please.




  9. #9
    Paul Ward
    Guest

    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    On my P800 and HBH35 I can get Magic Word to begin dialling, but the phone
    doesn't pass the call back to the headset. How's about THAT for stupid
    design!?!?

    Maybe your's does the same?

    P.

    "In Dreams I Walk With You" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > It can most definately be used with BT headsets. Mine supports it, so does
    > my phone. Only thing is I can't seem to get it to work. Although I've only
    > tried it for a bit yet. More this weekend.
    >
    >
    > --
    > "and hey...let's be careful outthere"
    >
    > David May
    > http://www.no-code.net
    > ftp.no-code.net
    >
    >
    > "Olaf Peuss" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Michael Pronay wrote:
    > >
    > > > Isn't the "magic word" function limited to car hands free kits
    > > > with permanent power supply? At least that's what I have in
    > > > memory.

    > >
    > > "Magic word" can be used for either hands free or PTT-headset, but not

    BT
    > > headset.
    > > So, "magic word" phones with a PTT-headset can be used "*****bound"

    > without
    > > permanent power supply.
    > >
    > >
    > > Kind regards,
    > > Olaf
    > >
    > > Use "reply to" address for e-mail, please.
    > >

    >
    >






  10. #10
    In Dreams I Walk With You
    Guest

    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    So is "switching it on permanently" the same as switching it on via the
    "more"-menu ("switch on bluetooth") ?

    "Olaf Peuss" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In Dreams I Walk With You wrote:
    >
    > > It can most definately be used with BT headsets. Mine supports it, so
    > > does my phone. Only thing is I can't seem to get it to work. Although
    > > I've only tried it for a bit yet. More this weekend.

    >
    > You're right - and I stand corrected. However, BT needs to be switched on
    > permanently in order to use a BT headset's voice dial. "Auto" mode won't

    do
    > the trick. As it sucks my T39 and R520's batteries empty very quickly, I
    > never put BT on but always run it in "Auto" mode. Hence, I'm never able to
    > use voice dial on my BT headset and that's probably why I wrote that it
    > isn't possible to use voice dial on BT headsets.
    >
    >
    > Kind regards,
    > Olaf
    >
    > Use "reply to" address for e-mail, please.
    >






  11. #11
    In Dreams I Walk With You
    Guest

    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    "Paul Ward" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On my P800 and HBH35 I can get Magic Word to begin dialling, but the phone
    > doesn't pass the call back to the headset. How's about THAT for stupid
    > design!?!?
    >
    > Maybe your's does the same?
    >


    Nope, no nothing. It doesn't seem to recognize the magic word-command at
    all. Again, I'll have more time this weekend to sort it out.


    --
    "and hey...let's be careful outthere"

    David May
    http://www.no-code.net
    ftp.no-code.net





  12. #12
    The Watcher
    Guest

    Re: HBH-20 and Z600 "magic word"

    I have interest in this subject as well. As stated in the above thread about
    the 39m, I love my r520M. Phone is still a keeper in my book. But, I am
    having problems with "total" BT control. I wonder if FIRMWARE could also be
    an issue? I have R2K, came with, and although Im one of those "Theres newer
    out there and I want it!!" I havent bothered to send it away, yet. So, my
    needs are simple, control the phone completely by Verbal Commands on a BT
    JABRA Free Speak 250. I am unable to do so, anyone with a 39m or r520M who
    can, I would love to hear their settings or views on the matter. Also, as a
    previuous poster stated, "I havent spent my entire adult life trying, as of
    yet" in so many words.

    "In Dreams I Walk With You" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:bqr60n$2[email protected]
    > "Paul Ward" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > On my P800 and HBH35 I can get Magic Word to begin dialling, but the

    phone
    > > doesn't pass the call back to the headset. How's about THAT for stupid
    > > design!?!?
    > >
    > > Maybe your's does the same?
    > >

    >
    > Nope, no nothing. It doesn't seem to recognize the magic word-command at
    > all. Again, I'll have more time this weekend to sort it out.
    >
    >
    > --
    > "and hey...let's be careful outthere"
    >
    > David May
    > http://www.no-code.net
    > ftp.no-code.net
    >
    >






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