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Mago Baol

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#716 10-Nov-2003 15:07
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Hi to everyone!
I just discovered this exciting zone! It's really good!
Thanks for your guides and tips.
I have a question: Does the BT3030 support headset profile?
Should it work with a Jabra BT200?
I paired them and correctly connected, but i can't hear any sound. I just hear a rustle, that stops when i close the connection.
It seems that i made everything as described in your guide, so i think maybe the BT3030 doesn't support headset profile.
I also tried to use Voice Gateway with my SE T68i, but it disconnects after 7-8 seconds, before i can make a call, and i can't understand why :-/
Any ideas?

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  #2145 10-Nov-2003 16:19
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It depends on what version the Tecom is running. If you right-click the Bluetooth icon in the System Tray and click on Advanced Configuration you'll see a dialog with the version in the top line... What you have there?




 

 

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  #2148 10-Nov-2003 23:24
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Hi freitasm!
The driver version is in my sign :-)
They are MSI 1.3.1, and, for what i've read here, they should work with the headset profile: i can pair and connect Jabra, but can't hear any sound.

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#2149 10-Nov-2003 23:28
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Ooops, should've seen that... It may be then that it's the same problem as the Belkin F8T001 version 1, which couldn't support the headset profile - even with the driver, because of some hardware limitations. I have no way to be sure, only if Tecom confirms this or someone else that know the original design can say something.




 

 

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  #2150 10-Nov-2003 23:43
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Thanks, freitasm.
I'll try ask to Tecom and will post the answer.

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