So, what are my options to either fix or replace the headphones? are there any apapters so I can use normal headphones? Or should I just get another set of USB ones? If so, which and where from?
Any chance T-mobile will replace for free?
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I think the adapter option is the way id like to go. Could you recommend which to get. Reading around the forum reveals that not all adapters will work.
on the bluetooth headphones idea though. Are these any good, and are the compatible with my phone?
Not a bad price, and i'd imagine sonys sound quite good?
Is bluetooth pretty reliable for headphone connections?
I've gone for the adapter route for now. Hope its the right one
Bit pricey with delivery, but I didn't want to be without working headphones for long! Any suggestions for actual headphones to plug into it? Will be using whatever I have hanging around for now, but might want to upgrade to get a better sound later.
I can always look into the bluetooth route or other options later.
One thing I couldn't find out, are there any replacment headphone/handsfree kits available that connect via USB? It seems everyone is going down the adapter or bluetooth route. But is there anyway to buy a replacment that works exactly like the supplied headphones?
Thanks for the help.
Edited by mintfresh, 05 January 2008 - 02:46 PM.
I have had the same problem, looks like something happened to the wiring or maybe the headset connector and I had to turn it all sorts of ways to get them to work.
Bought a new set.
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