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Bluetooth headsets / car kits / other - compatibility

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A few have been asking questions regarding the use of Bluetooth headsets with the M2000. I've been looking into this, and found a PDF file on O2's XDA website regarding compatibility with the XDA IIs (M2000) here.

I have based this list on O2's findings, please add to this thread and I will edit this list accordingly.

The following devices work with the handset using the 'Headset' profile with no issues:

Motorola HS810

Motorola HS820

Nokia HDW-2

Nokia HDW-3

Nokia HS-3W

Nokia HS-4W

Sony-Ericsson HBH-65

Sony-Ericsson HBH-200

O2 G2

O2 Blue

Sony-Ericsson HCB30

Sony-Ericsson HCB300

The following devices have issues - using 'Headset' profile:

Jabra BT250 - Noise on connection

Plantronics M3000 - Pairs, but does not connect for audio. This means it will work only for calls, not Voice Command or music.

Motorola HF800 - Pairs, but does not connect for audio. As above.

Southwing (Neovoice) - Calls can't be transferred from XDA IIs to headset

O2 Safe2Talk - Seems not to work

The following devices work with the 'Handsfree' profile:

Nokia CK-1W

Nokia CK-7W (Call answer dependant)

Other devices:

TomTom Navigator GPS - Works fine

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I've used my M2000 with a Plantronics M3000 headset, spoke to and from my mate with no probs at all.

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I've used my M2000 with a Plantronics M3000 headset, spoke to and from my mate with no probs at all.

Same here. What it says is that it doesn't connect for audio. That means you can't listen to music or use Voice Command with it.

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Anyone have any info on the compatability and fuctionality (and a general recommedation) on either of the Nextlink Bluespoon headset. I am thinking of getting a bluetooth headset for my M2000 but as it will be the first one i have ever bought i would like the best one available, advice?

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