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Old 06-05-2007, 02:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Whats up everyone? This is my first post here but long time reader. I just recently got my first blackberry ever, the curve. I love the damn thing but one of the main reason i got this one was the stereo bluetooth function. Now on my last phone the Nokia N75(which i took back for this) had stereo bluetooth and it worked with my motorola h700 just fine but on this blackberry it doesn't, does anyone know why? And if i need a particular bluetooth headset is there one i can buy that looks like a regular bluetooth and not the headphones? I still want to look discreet at my job and plus i think those headphones look ugly(no offense). If anyone can help I would really appreciate it. Thanks
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Old 06-05-2007, 02:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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From postings here on the forums it appears that the stereo bluetooth works for music but not for videos. I would guess that would be fixed in future OS updates but that's mere speculation on my part.
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I think the headset that you use must support the "Audio Source" service.

When I paired this POS Moto H805 I had sitting in my desk with the curve, it only gave me the "Handsfree" and "Headset" services. I cannot select it while playing any music, and I assume thats why.

I could be wrong, and hopefully someone with a stereo headset can confirm, but I have a feeling that's the problem.

I heard the MotoROKR S9 works, but its headphone style like you said you dont like (I agree, BTW)

Hope this helps.
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Yeah Im not sure if im doing it right but when i listen to music, i go into the menu and activate headset, it like turns the speaker really low and thats it, it doesn't transfer sound or anything so maybe im doing it wrong but i dont really know for sure
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Yeah Im not sure if im doing it right but when i listen to music, i go into the menu and activate headset, it like turns the speaker really low and thats it, it doesn't transfer sound or anything so maybe im doing it wrong but i dont really know for sure
If you look, I think it says "Activate HANDset", which is the built in speaker for when you are on the phone.. the ear piece
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