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  1. #1
    enquirer
    Guest
    Hi

    I have successfully used Nokia 6230i with Motorola HF820 (Bluetooth) for
    handsfree car use, for the last month and found the two worked very well
    together. I had set voice dial on 6230i and just needed to press 1 button
    on HF820, wait for a loud bleep, bleep, bleep from HF820, before voice
    dialing. HF820 then played back my vioce dial and commenced dialling.

    I've now changed phone to Nokia N70-1 and the bleep, bleep, bleep sound
    comes from the phone and not the HF820. I can't hear the phone bleeps (it's
    in my jacket pocket), so don't know when to speak my voice tag. Am I doing
    something wrong, do I need to change a setting etc. for the bleeps to come
    from HF820, or is the phone faulty, or are they not compatible.

    Is anybody else using same combination?

    Thanks in advance of your reply

    enquirer





    See More: Bluetooth Handsfree




  2. #2

    Re: Bluetooth Handsfree

    If you are in the States, call Motorola tech support at 877-MOTOBLU.
    They will work you thru it. Do not call Nokia, they will tell you
    that you need a Nokia BT.

    j


    On Sun, 16 Jul 2006 12:05:41 GMT, "enquirer" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Hi
    >
    >I have successfully used Nokia 6230i with Motorola HF820 (Bluetooth) for
    >handsfree car use, for the last month and found the two worked very well
    >together. I had set voice dial on 6230i and just needed to press 1 button
    >on HF820, wait for a loud bleep, bleep, bleep from HF820, before voice
    >dialing. HF820 then played back my vioce dial and commenced dialling.
    >
    >I've now changed phone to Nokia N70-1 and the bleep, bleep, bleep sound
    >comes from the phone and not the HF820. I can't hear the phone bleeps (it's
    >in my jacket pocket), so don't know when to speak my voice tag. Am I doing
    >something wrong, do I need to change a setting etc. for the bleeps to come
    >from HF820, or is the phone faulty, or are they not compatible.
    >
    >Is anybody else using same combination?
    >
    >Thanks in advance of your reply
    >
    >enquirer
    >




  3. #3
    marika
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth Handsfree


    [email protected] wrote:
    > If you are in the States, call Motorola tech support at 877-MOTOBLU.
    > They will work you thru it. Do not call Nokia, they will tell you
    > that you need a Nokia BT.
    >
    > j
    >


    I was in KY on HOMPRs with the same problem and stuck calls and
    emails.

    I've gotten two separate emails from two people II believe both
    concerned but not that solution




  4. #4

    Re: Bluetooth Handsfree


    [email protected] wrote:
    > If you are in the States, call Motorola tech support at 877-MOTOBLU.
    > They will work you thru it. Do not call Nokia, they will tell you
    > that you need a Nokia BT.


    I don't put my out of office box on

    what's the point if you can access email remotely




  5. #5

    Re: Bluetooth Handsfree

    I do not understand the "out of office box on" statement

    j



    On 16 Jul 2006 11:38:28 -0700, [email protected] wrote:

    >
    >[email protected] wrote:
    >> If you are in the States, call Motorola tech support at 877-MOTOBLU.
    >> They will work you thru it. Do not call Nokia, they will tell you
    >> that you need a Nokia BT.

    >
    >I don't put my out of office box on
    >
    >what's the point if you can access email remotely




  6. #6
    enquirer
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth Handsfree

    I phoned Motorola UK Tech Support today and they didn't seem suprised that
    it doesn't work and suggested I speak to Nokia to get a Bluetooth upgrade.
    Phone is only 1 week old.

    Anybody using handsfree bluetooth with N70? What make and model works for
    you?

    enquirer
    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > If you are in the States, call Motorola tech support at 877-MOTOBLU.
    > They will work you thru it. Do not call Nokia, they will tell you
    > that you need a Nokia BT.
    >
    > j
    >
    >
    > On Sun, 16 Jul 2006 12:05:41 GMT, "enquirer" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>Hi
    >>
    >>I have successfully used Nokia 6230i with Motorola HF820 (Bluetooth) for
    >>handsfree car use, for the last month and found the two worked very well
    >>together. I had set voice dial on 6230i and just needed to press 1 button
    >>on HF820, wait for a loud bleep, bleep, bleep from HF820, before voice
    >>dialing. HF820 then played back my vioce dial and commenced dialling.
    >>
    >>I've now changed phone to Nokia N70-1 and the bleep, bleep, bleep sound
    >>comes from the phone and not the HF820. I can't hear the phone bleeps
    >>(it's
    >>in my jacket pocket), so don't know when to speak my voice tag. Am I
    >>doing
    >>something wrong, do I need to change a setting etc. for the bleeps to come
    >>from HF820, or is the phone faulty, or are they not compatible.
    >>
    >>Is anybody else using same combination?
    >>
    >>Thanks in advance of your reply
    >>
    >>enquirer
    >>






  7. #7
    marika
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth Handsfree


    [email protected] wrote:

    >
    > I don't put my out of office box on
    >
    > what's the point if you can access email remotely


    ok ok you got me

    Sunday is better.

    I work on Fridays




  8. #8

    Re: Bluetooth Handsfree

    I am in the States and use a Motorola HS850 with a Nokia 6255. Works
    great. Have a friend who works with Verizonwireless (Vodafone +
    Verizon Land Line) and she also suggested a Logitech.

    She indicated the HS850 and the Logitech were the best two on the
    market.

    j


    On Mon, 17 Jul 2006 18:59:17 GMT, "enquirer" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >I phoned Motorola UK Tech Support today and they didn't seem suprised that
    >it doesn't work and suggested I speak to Nokia to get a Bluetooth upgrade.
    >Phone is only 1 week old.
    >
    >Anybody using handsfree bluetooth with N70? What make and model works for
    >you?
    >
    >enquirer
    ><[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> If you are in the States, call Motorola tech support at 877-MOTOBLU.
    >> They will work you thru it. Do not call Nokia, they will tell you
    >> that you need a Nokia BT.
    >>
    >> j
    >>
    >>
    >> On Sun, 16 Jul 2006 12:05:41 GMT, "enquirer" <[email protected]>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>>Hi
    >>>
    >>>I have successfully used Nokia 6230i with Motorola HF820 (Bluetooth) for
    >>>handsfree car use, for the last month and found the two worked very well
    >>>together. I had set voice dial on 6230i and just needed to press 1 button
    >>>on HF820, wait for a loud bleep, bleep, bleep from HF820, before voice
    >>>dialing. HF820 then played back my vioce dial and commenced dialling.
    >>>
    >>>I've now changed phone to Nokia N70-1 and the bleep, bleep, bleep sound
    >>>comes from the phone and not the HF820. I can't hear the phone bleeps
    >>>(it's
    >>>in my jacket pocket), so don't know when to speak my voice tag. Am I
    >>>doing
    >>>something wrong, do I need to change a setting etc. for the bleeps to come
    >>>from HF820, or is the phone faulty, or are they not compatible.
    >>>
    >>>Is anybody else using same combination?
    >>>
    >>>Thanks in advance of your reply
    >>>
    >>>enquirer
    >>>

    >




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