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Old 06-16-2009, 12:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello...just got my Blackberry HS-655+ Bluetooth Headset today! Loving it so far! My question is this: Is there an option somewhere that will turn off the bluetooth antenna on my BB whenever I turn off my bluetooth headset? I have a friend who's phone will do that for him, except it's not a BB...suggestions?
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AFAIK, there is no way to do this automatically when you power down your headset. It can be done manually via the Manage Connections icon on your homescreen.
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On my curve 8310, is there a way to boost bluetooth signal strength?
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Hello...just got my Blackberry HS-655+ Bluetooth Headset today! Loving it so far! My question is this: Is there an option somewhere that will turn off the bluetooth antenna on my BB whenever I turn off my bluetooth headset? I have a friend who's phone will do that for him, except it's not a BB...suggestions?
I assume this means he has to turn it back on to connect to bluetooth again. So your would only be getting 50% benefit from turning yours off manually.
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