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Topic # 5399 26-Oct-2005 11:53
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i am trying to use my dinovo together with the logitech mobile freedom headset on my pc (e.g. skype).

my problem is that i get a connection (my bluetooth environment shows that the headset is connected and i hear some kind of "music" (just 3 or 4 tones) like an "i am connected" melody. but i am not able to hear real music or voices. also i am not able to use the mic to speak.

could anyone please explain how i need to connect the headset with the dinovo hub properly?

here is what i have done so far:
- the latest setpoint is installed (2.22.124) incl. bluetooth stack from logitech
- connected headset to computer through through bluetooth environment (headset profile)


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Reply # 22038 26-Oct-2005 11:57
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Welcome to Geekzone....

When your hear the beep, have you pressed tthe Answer button? The headset does not connect automatically, it's like a phone call on your mobile - you have to press the Answer button on the device...

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  Reply # 22095 26-Oct-2005 19:26
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thanks a lot. that did the trick. unbelievable it was so easy.

thanks again!

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