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    Jabra, Toshiba 1.2 BT SD Card, Microsoft Voice Command

    I just bought a Toshiba version 1.2 bluetooth card for my PPC4100 (supposedly the latest and greatest). I have a Jabra FreeSpeak (model number not marked on device - used it with my Moto V600).

    It was kind of klunky to get setup. The 4100 hangs when searching (disabled device name searching to overcome). Start>Settings>Connections>Bluetooth does not recognize the card). However, the Toshiba software seems to work.

    I can listen to Windows Media Player and even sample ring tones through the Jabra headset. However, whenever I place a call, the call is not played in the headset. Does anyone have any hints on how to solve this problem?

    I also bought Microsoft Voice Command as part of this setup. Works okay with the corded headset that came with the 4100 (lack of a programmable button is disappointing). However, I'm not sure how to associate the Jabra button with Voice Command. Hints here would be appreciated as well.

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    Wow. Zero replies.

    For others googling this problem:

    Audiovox support indicates that the problem lies with all Bluetooth cards produced by Toshiba (and SAN Disk). It does not fully support audio in this implementation.

    I have found no Toshiba person that supports this product.

    Sounded like a nice setup (PPC w/ Bluetooth Card <> Jabra headset), but the technology is not there. AFAIK, there is no solution commercially available.

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    Thanks for letting us in on the info. I was about to bid on a SD Bluetooth card but decided not to thankfully. Thanks for the info

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