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Watch the “Hands-on with Jabra Support” tutorial video. In this video we will show you how to pair or connect your Jabra Solemate to your mobile phone, for first time and later pairing.
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The first time you turn on your Jabra Solemate, it is ready to pair with your mobile phone. Follow the voice-guided instructions to pair.
To pair with a new or second mobile phone, follow these steps:
Voice guidance is turned on, as the default setting, on your Jabra Solemate. To change the setting, follow these steps:
Turn off voice guidance:
Turn on voice guidance:
When you reset your Jabra Solemate, the list of devices that have been paired with it is cleared. Follow these steps to reset:
Note: When your Jabra Solemate has been reset, you will need to re-pair it with your mobile phone. Remember to delete the previous pairing before you re-pair.
You can order accessories and parts on the Jabra Accessories page. Enter the name of your Jabra device in the search field (for example, Jabra Revo Wireless), and then browse the available accessories and parts.
Bluetooth is a radio technology, so it is sensitive to objects that are placed between paired devices and can block radio signals. To avoid poor sound quality, it is recommended that the distance between paired devices does not exceed 33 feet (10m), and that objects placed between the devices is avoided.
The following are examples of objects that can block radio signals:
Low battery capacity in the Jabra headset and mobile phone may also affect the range.
Note: Some Jabra headsets support a longer range, but are dependent on the mobile phone that it is paired with.
Use the supplied USB cable to charge your headset on a computer. Some computers may have a dedicated USB charging port, which is identifiable by its yellow color or a battery icon next to it. For more information, refer to the user manual for your computer.
Some computers use a USB suspend mode to save power. This may cut off power, so the headset cannot be charged on the USB port.
Some computers may have a dedicated USB charging port, which is identifiable by its yellow color or a battery icon next to it. For more information, refer to the user manual for your computer.
You can also use the following alternative charging methods:
When you update or change language on your headset, you may need to re-pair it with your mobile phone afterward.