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Sounds like you lost the ground wire. It could be as simple as the wire in the plug, or it could be elsewhere in the wiring.

Jabra Radio... | Answered on Nov 16, 2015


A feature of the phone. The headset is what it is, just a headset carrying what the phone has. However the headset does have to ask for what the phone has. Check online for the manual of the Jabra headset you are thinking of.

There is a review here

http://mobile.pcmag.com/tablets/37778-jabra-style?origref=

Jabra Radio... | Answered on Nov 05, 2015


it auto pairs .
set mobile phone to bluetooth on
finger click on blue tooth and select discover bluetooth devices
you should see mobile phone detect jabra vbt185z
then pin is 0000 if asked
http://uswww03.gnnetcom.com/jabra/verizon/vbt185z/Datasheet_VBT185z.pdf

Jabra Radio... | Answered on Oct 20, 2015


You can do this by going to menu-settings then connectivity. Once there you simply select the option to turn ?on? Bluetooth. Some phones don't require you to go to settings first. They provide a separate connectivity icon on the top level of the menu page. Either way, once you turn the Bluetooth function on leave the phone open to the connectivity page.
Now it's time to get your headset into pairing mode. Unfortunately each headset has a different way to accomplish this. You are going to have to read the instructions that came with the headset. In any event is a very simple process which usually consists of holding down a button for a specified amount of seconds until it beeps or flashes a sequence of colors that lets you know the headset is now ready to be paired.
Easy so far right?
Once in pairing mode, have your phone look for a ?hands-free device?. This is where leaving your phone open to the connectivity page comes in handy. Select the option ?look for devices? or ?hands-free?. After a couple of seconds your phone should recognize the headset. Once the phone finds the headset you will now have to select the headset from the list and put in the pin code provided with the headset. Most headsets will use 0000 or 1111 as a pin code.
The whole process should take a first timer about 5 minutes.
Tip 1: Make sure the Bluetooth device is fully charged!
Tip 2: Have the pin code ready.
Tip 3: Make sure the headset is within close proximity of the phone when pairing.

Jabra Radio... | Answered on Oct 02, 2015


then it is probably time for a new one

Jabra Radio... | Answered on Jun 27, 2015


The battery has failed and unfortunately it cannot be replaced. You will need to replace the device.

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/dave_fb2c45146b845cea

Jabra Radio... | Answered on May 30, 2015


Nether me nor FIXYA has anything to do with your Jabra Oorder. Try to solve your problems with them.
I don't undesrtand what you mean by listening music with an ear bug. Try to use some disinfectant to keep clean your ears of bugs.

Jabra Radio... | Answered on May 28, 2015

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