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Master Geek

Topic # 145428 17-May-2014 14:08
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Hopefully somebody can help with my problem...

I have 2 cell phones, 1 personal which is an iPhone and then a work phone which is a telecom R55. I have tried connecting both to Bluetooth devices that support connecting 2 devices at the same time... and the iPhone connects first and that's fine then the r55 goes to connect then disconnects straight away. this has happened with a few different devices e.g. Jabra headset, Plantronics headset and a JVC car head unit.  This gets frustrating as I get equal amount of phone calls on both...

Has anyone experienced this or can help? I have tried resetting the settings on the R55 etc. 




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  Reply # 1047020 17-May-2014 15:16
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Most likely find  that the R55 is the problem, i've had various work supplied telecom R series (rebranded ZTE - AKA chinese crap) the the bluetooth has been utter rubbish at reliaible consistant connection.

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  Reply # 1047024 17-May-2014 15:22
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Yeah, I'm determined to get it to work just tried the old model R54 possibly? it worked fine. frustrating

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