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Old 10-25-2007, 10:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've had my jawbone for the past month. The best headset hands down! I call people ask them, ask them how I sound, then tell them I have the window in my truck down going 80pmh. I then turn off the noise canceling and blow their minds. I wish I got commission on my friends that bought one.

Anyway, I'm having issues connecting to my 8100 with it sometimes. Situation: I have my phone on, then I turn the BT on my phone. I push and hold the power to turn on my jawbone. I then push the talk button, hear the "say a command" then say, call Bob. The phone doesn't hear me and after 2 times it quits. I then manually call Bob and he can't hear me. I turn the headset off and back on and sometimes it still happens, sometimes it doesn't.

Anyone have this happen and have a solution?

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Old 10-26-2007, 11:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you trained your Voice Dialing app? Look under options and set the sensitivity and the click menu and adapt the digits. Took care of a lot of that for me, but it seems to understand less than your callers when you are doing 80 with the window down. Voice Calling does seem to have some affect on the quality in noisy situations that the Jawbone with normally handle to me.
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Yes I get that. I think it depends how long you hold down the Jawbone whether you get the voice command or just activate to make a manual call.

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The problem isn't all the time, just some times. I've seen where there have been problems with the Pearl and the Jawbone and will do some testing.

Thanks for the info on the sensitivity. I'll look into that.

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Have you trained your Voice Dialing app? Look under options and set the sensitivity and the click menu and adapt the digits. Took care of a lot of that for me, but it seems to understand less than your callers when you are doing 80 with the window down. Voice Calling does seem to have some affect on the quality in noisy situations that the Jawbone with normally handle to me.
Did you find the voice dialing very inconsistent? especially the training
always saying time expired?
What do you have your sensitivity set to?
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