Motorola headphones - bluetooth wireless headphone user manual (9 pages)
Summary of Contents for Motorola BLUETOOTH WIRELESS HEADSET
Bluetooth technology makes all connections quickly and without any cables . All Motorola wireless products are designed and manufactured to meet Motorola’s rigorous speciﬁcations and world-class quality standards. During development, our...
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Safety and General Information IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION. READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE. Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the device in any way. Changes or modiﬁcations not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Safety and General Information Aircraft When instructed to do so, turn off your phone when on board an aircraft. Any use of a phone must be in accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions. Medical Devices Pacemakers The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of 6 inches (15 centimeters) be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker.
Safety and General Information Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. FCC Notice to Users This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
How Can I Use My Bluetooth Wireless Headset? The Bluetooth Wireless Headset lets you connect with a Bluetooth device such as a Motorola 270c wireless phone with attached Bluetooth module • Use your phone hands-free. • Handle incoming and outgoing calls with the headset multifunction control button.
Introduction What Is Included in This Kit? This package includes the following: • Bluetooth headset • Motorola charger • Headset pouch with built-in belt clip • Lanyard option for carrying the headset...
Introduction Headset Features Headset Off Headset On (boom open) (boom closed) 1—Headset Indicator light Provides visual cue about headset status. 2—Volume Control Adjusts speaker (receive) volume up and down. 3—Microphone Picks up your voice input. 4—Boom Contains microphone and controls power (On/Off) status of headset. 5—Earhook Attaches headset to ear.
Using Your Headset Charging Your Headset When to Charge First-Time Use—Before you can use your headset, you need to charge its self- contained battery for two hours. Recharging—When you hear ﬁve rapid high tones through the headset speaker, repeated at 20-second intervals, the headset battery needs to be recharged. Over extended periods of time, batteries gradually wear down and require longer charging times.
Note: You can also use a Motorola Original Vehicle Power Adapter to charge the headset while in your vehicle. A fully charged headset battery provides approximately: •...
Using Your Headset Wearing the Headset Placing the Headset on Your Ear When packaged, the headset is conﬁgured for wear on the right ear. Step 1 Open the boom, then open the earhook (90˚ from the headset). 2 Loop the earhook over your ear. 3 Press the headset to your ear.
Using Your Headset Changing for Wear on the Left Ear When packaged, the headset is conﬁgured for wear on the right ear. To change it for wear on your left ear: Step 1 Open the boom, then open the earhook (90˚ from the headset). 2 Gently lift and pull the top of the earhook up and off the upper hinge pin.
Using Your Headset Storing Your Headset in its Holster Your headset comes with a holster where you can store it when you are not using it. To ﬁt your headset into its holster: Step Slip the headset down into the holster, with the lanyard tab pointing up and the earhook facing the inside of the holster.
Using Your Headset Linking Your Headset and Phone Note: You must link your headset and phone before you can make a call. You establish a Bluetooth link between your headset and phone with a paired link. When you set up a paired link, the phone remembers the headset’s ID. Once your headset and phone are paired, your headset automatically connects to your phone any time you open the boom.
Using Your Headset Step Result 3 Perform a device discovery from the When the scan is complete, the phone. For Motorola phones, perform phone displays: device discovery by selecting these Bond with Motorola headset options: Settings Connection > Bluetooth Link Hands Free >...
Using Your Headset Step Result Link The audio gateway is established 6 Press the soft key on the phone. between your phone and headset. 7 Press the END key on the phone to exit The phone returns to idle. the Bluetooth menu You can now place and receive calls.
In all three cases, you must ﬁrst link your headset and phone as described in “Linking Your Headset and Phone” on page 15. Using Voice Activation with Motorola Phones Voice Dial Note: To use voice activation, you must turn on in your phone’s...
Using Your Headset Notes: • Voice tags must be stored in the phone. Consult your phone’s User Guide for more information. • If the voice tag name is not recognized, you will hear a high/low tone in the headset. Dialing a Number from the Phone Keypad Step 1 Using the phone’s keypad, dial the phone number.
Using Your Headset Redialing a Number with the Headset (Motorola Phones) Note: To redial a number with the headset, you must turn OFF voice activation (voice dialing) in your phone’s Bluetooth Link menu. Step 1 Press the headset’s Multifunction Button E once to recall the last number dialed.
Using Your Headset With the Headset Off (Paired Link Only) When you receive a call with the headset off, open the headset’s boom. The Auto- Answer feature enables you to answer the call through the headset. Transferring a Call Headset to Phone The transfer must be initiated by the phone.
Using Your Headset Using Your Headset Indicators Headset Indicator With charger plugged in: Headset Indicator Headset charging in progress charging complete With no charger attached: Headset Indicator Headset power off ON (steady) pairing mode 10 rapid ﬂashes pairing successful ﬂashes at a 3-second interval standby (not on a call) (.1 seconds ON, 2.9 seconds OFF) ﬂashes at a 2-second interval...
Using Your Headset Audio Tones Audio Tone Headset Status single high tone when button released volume up or down ﬁve rapid high tones, repeated every 20 low battery seconds no audio indications; deteriorating out of range audio quality series of 4 tones, low to hight audio link open ring tone incoming call...
Using Your Headset Resetting the Headset If the phone and headset fail to communicate, you may need to reset the headset. Step 1 Plug the headset into the charger (see “How to Charge” on page 11). 2 Wait 5 seconds. 3 Detach the headset from the charger.
Using Your Headset To toggle between Modes 1 and 2: Step Result 1 With the headset’s boom closed, The headset indicator light turns on. hold the Multifunction Button E for two seconds. 2 With the boom still closed, press The indicator ﬂashes once for Mode 1, either volume button twice for Mode 2.
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