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Ive paired my jabra stone with iphone 4 but i car nt hear any sound through headset whem making a call but caller can hear me ok

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  • colin jones Dec 22, 2011

    has anyone any ideas what problem is

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    caller can't hear me on my parrot with iPhone 4

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    other caller cannot hear me when using my parrot on iPhone 4

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    caller can't hear me when I talk using my parrot with iPhone 4

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Detailed instructions can be found by downloading the user manual from the Jabra support page.
PAIRING IT WITH YOUR PHONE1 Put the headset in pairing mode- When you turn on your Jabra EASYGO for the first time, theheadset will automatically start up in pairing mode, i.e., it isdiscoverable for your phone. When the headset is in pairingmode the Bluetooth status indication on the StatusDisplay isflashing.2 Set your Bluetooth phone to discover the EASYGO- On your iPhone 4s, go to settings>General>Bluetooth and make sure Bluetooth is turned on.3 Your phone will find the Jabra EASYGO- Your phone will find the headset under name Jabra EASYGO.Your phone then asks if you want to pair with the headset.Accept by pressing Yes or OK on the phone. You may beasked to confirm with a passkey or PIN. Then use 0000(4 zeros). Your phone will confirm when pairing is completeand the Bluetooth status indication on the StatusDisplay willshift from flashing light to steady light and the headset voiceguidance will say connected.
Manual pairing modeIf you wish to use the headset with a different phone, or if thepairing process was interrupted, you can manually set the headsetto pairing mode.Make sure the headset is on. Press and hold the answer/end buttonfor approximately 5 seconds until the Bluetooth icon turns froma steady light to a flashing light. Then repeat steps 2 and 3 in theabove pairing guide.Connecting with your phonePairing is only needed the first time a headset and phone areused together. When the headset and phone have been pairedonce, they will automatically connect when the headset is on andBluetooth is activated on the phone. The headset can be usedwhen it is connected to the phone. If the devices are paired, butdo not immediately connect, tap the answer/end button. Whenyour headset is connected the Bluetooth connection icon in theSTATUSDISPLAY WILL BE CONSTANT ON FOR 3 SECONDS andthe headset voice guidance will say connected.

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Connect to iPhone 4


Hold the "Answer/End" button on your Jabra Bluetooth headset down until the LED light on the headset turns solid blue. The location of the button may vary based on which headset you have, but its appearance will be the same; it is the button that has an image of a telephone on it.


Click on the "Settings" icon from the main screen of your iPhone 4 .

Click on "General" in your iPhone's "Settings" menu.


Click on "Bluetooth" to access your iPhone's Bluetooth menu and then click the option to turn on your iPhone's Bluetooth connection. Once your iPhone's Bluetooth is turned on, it will search for available Bluetooth devices.


Select your Jabra headset by clicking on the icon that appears on your iPhone's screen.


Enter the passkey for your Jabra Bluetooth headset. The default passkey on Jabra headsets is "0000."


Click on "OK" on your iPhone 4 to complete the connection to your Jabra headset.

Tips & Warnings



The LED light on your headset must be solid blue to pair to your iPhone. A flashing light indicates your headset is not yet in pairing mode and your iPhone will not be able to connect to the headset.

Having your iPhone 4 Bluetooth turned on will drain your phone battery faster than normal.

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Dont no how to pair order on ebay no hand book


this is for the stone 1

http://www.jabra.com/sites/mobile/na-us/support/pages/pairingguide.aspx

this is for the stone 2

http://www.jabra.com/sites/mobile/na-us/support/pages/pairingguide.aspx

what phone are you trying to pair with the bluetooth headset?

the default codes for jabra headsets are 0000

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I am having trouble pairing the Jabra Stone with my iPhone 3gs. I have held down the stone button multiple times and nothing happens. Also i have turned it on and off multiple times, but it just wont...


Hi, Look for "Add new device". Hit OK.
the phone will search for a couple seconds. If your headset is in paring mode, it will show up on the phone either with the name of device or something like this [unknown headset] or [b2.c3.f4.56.a1] (called a MAC address).

Either way, select it, and hit OK.


The phone will now ask you for a "Pin" or "Passcode", which is a 4 digit number. Headsets will ALWAYS have 0000 (four zeros) as a pin or passcode. I have never encountered a headset with a different number as a passcode. I have been in wireless for 10 years, and still have not found a headset that has any different numbers.

Enter these four zeros and select "OK"


The headset and phone will connect to each other. The phone will display a message that will be something to the effect of:
"Connected to headset".


I've reviewed Bluetooth headsets before, and I would have to say that the Jabra STONE is one of the sleekest looking. Its shape is designed with minimalist simplicity, with a shape made for either the left or the right ear.

This shape goes onto a charger that is perfectly made to accept the Jabra STONE like a puzzle piece. This charger is probably what sets the STONE apart from most Bluetooth headsets, as it can charge the headset as the user goes. A green indicator means that it has enough charge for one full time or more. The red indicator means that it needs to be charged.

The STONE can be charged with an AC cord or USB connection. Once it is charged, there is a pairing indicator that made it simple to sync with my mobile phone. It has about 12 days (288 hours) of standby time and 8 hours of talk time.

I found that pairing the STONE with my phone was quite simple. In a matter of seconds, it was connected to my phone and I was making my first phone call on it.

The sound for the STONE is pretty good, with dual microphones and their trademarked Noise Blackout Extreme and crystal clear sound and voice with DSP.

One of the big features that I found is the touch sensitive volume control. In other words, there is no buttons for controlling the volume. I welcomed that, and most volume controls on Bluetooth headsets are really, really tiny buttons.

Other features include the ability to connect to two devices at a time, and it can stream music from an A2DP enabled mobile phone.

This is the problem that I had with the STONE. I found that there isn't really a "standby" indicator. I found that using it was a hit or miss situation. If I just pulled it out of the charger, it would sync with mobile it would work. When my phone rang later, and the headset was out of the stone cradle, and hitting the "connect" button didn't help. In short, I had to answer my phone. The Jabra STONE failed me, but I remember having similar awkward experiences when I first used other Bluetooth headsets.

The Jabra STONE comes with the headset, charger, 2 Eargels, a belt clip, AC charger, and a USB charger. You should be able to get it on Amazon for about $90 as the price to this writing.

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I cant pair my jabra bluetooth to my evo!


First, put the headset into pairing mode. To do this, remove it from the Stone charger and press and hold the answer/end button until the lights flash four times slowly - this indicates that the unit is off. Then, press and hold the answer/end button again - you'll soon start to see lights flash - hold the button until the green light is on steady and the blue light is flashing. This is pairing mode. Now your Evo should be able to "find" the Stone to pair with it from within the Bluetooth menu on the phone.

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I have tried everything in the manual to pair it with my iphone 3GS 4.1 but it's still not pairing. The iphone is looking and looking but doesn't find the device. Even turning the jabra stone of and then...


On your phone, make sure bluetooth is turned on (settings, general).

While your phone is in discovery mode, turn your bluetooth device on and put it in discovery mode (usually you have to hold the power button for 7-10 seconds).

Your phone will find the device, and you will be prompted to enter the devises PIN number (often 0-0-0-0). Your phone should pair with the device then.

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How do i pair the jabra stone with the iphone 4? seems like i cant pick up anything from it when its in pairing mode.


Just did it myself. Ensure the iPhone is discoverable and searching.

Switch the Stone off by squeezing down the control surface until it bliddle-omps.
Put it into pair mode by squeezing the thang again until the bluetooth light flashes. Keep squeezing.
Watch the iPhone - it will pair automatically - no password required.

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I have the same problem. The lights are on, it's paired, and my caller can hear me. but I cannot hear the beep from pressing buttons on the jabra, nor can I hear anything from the phone.

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