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Old 03-01-2007, 11:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to automatically disconnect a bluetooth headset after you have completed a call? I notice that once I connect the headset, there are the sideways arrows next to the bluetooth icon and the light blinks blue. This stays on unless I go into the bluetooth options and disconnect the headset. The only work around I see to do is to map one of the convience keys to the Bluetooth On/Off icon and just shutoff the bluetooth when I do not want to use it. Otherwise, it just seems like it will be draining my battery life even more since it is always connected to the headset. Thanks.
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Does anyone have any suggestions, or am I stuck with the shutting down Bluetooth when I don't need it? Thanks.
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Convinience key is a good idea, other than that, shutting off the BT headset itself. I do that anyway just to conserve the headset battery life, so it works fine for me. I can see why its a pain in the butt for you, but I don't think there is another solution.
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AR, it is not a big drain on the battery. If you don't use your phone/bluetooth much, that might be an option, but otherwise, I leave the BT setup on the phone, and at night just turn off the headset.
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I leave mine on all day, turn it off when I get home and get at least 2 days worth of use from it.

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