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Topic # 8043 30-May-2006 11:43
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Hi,

I am having two Jabra headsets namely BT 500 and BT 205. The BT 500 works like a charm with my handphone and my pc as
a headset.The bt 205 only works with my mobile phone and not my pc.

Can someone please advice what I may be doing wrong as I want to use my bt 205 with my pc to make skype calls.

Regards,
Vishal


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Reply # 37141 30-May-2006 11:52
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Some (older) Bluetooth headsets can only pair with one device. If you pair with your computer and then with your phone the headset would "forget" the PC.

Is this the case?







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  Reply # 37167 30-May-2006 17:10
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freitasm: Some (older) Bluetooth headsets can only pair with one device. If you pair with your computer and then with your phone the headset would "forget" the PC.

Is this the case?



I double checked and this is not the case. Pls advice another option I am quiet confused.

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Reply # 37169 30-May-2006 17:17
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Purchase another BT500



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  Reply # 37370 31-May-2006 22:37
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johnr: Purchase another BT500


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