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Verify that your mobile phone supports the A2DP Bluetooth profile. Also, verify in the Bluetooth settings that the headset is selected for media streaming.
The first time you turn on your Jabra Stealth, 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:
Note: If two mobile phones have been connected to your Jabra Stealth, you may need to choose one to use for calls and music. For the chosen phone, open the Bluetooth menu, and then select Jabra Stealth from the list of devices.
To pair using NFC, follow these steps:
Voice guidance is turned on, as the default setting, on your Jabra Stealth. To change the setting, follow these steps:
When you reset your Jabra Stealth, the list of devices that have been paired with it is cleared. Follow these steps to reset:
Note: When your Jabra Stealth has been reset, you will need to re-pair it with your mobile phone. Remember to delete the previous pairing before you re-pair.
Make sure that your phone supports the Bluetooth phonebook access profile (PBAP) and that the name of the caller is stored in your phone book.
Note that on some mobile phones, a warning message about access to the phone book appears in the top left corner. You must select this message and then agree to the connection in order for the caller ID feature to function properly.
See the following prerequisites:
Note: Japanese only supports number readout. Chinese is supported only in Chinese Simplified.
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.
All wireless devices may be susceptible to interference which may affect performance. To eliminate static, try the following steps:
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:
PowerNap is a feature that extends the battery life of a Jabra headset, by setting it in standby mode, when it has not been in use or paired with Bluetooth for 60 minutes.
To exit PowerNap mode, tap the Multi-function button or the Answer/end button. The headset will confirm by announcing ”power on”.
To answer a call when the headset is in PowerNap mode, tap the Multi-function button. The headset will exit PowerNap mode and answer the call.
If the headset is in PowerNap mode for 24 hours, the headset will automatically turn off to save battery capacity. To turn the headset back on, switch the headset off and then on again.
Before you use voice dialing, make sure your phone supports the feature, and that it is correctly set up. Also, check the specific commands that are needed, for voice dialing to work with your phone or OS, in the user manual for your phone.
To activate voice controls, tap the Voice button for voice dialing (for example for Siri or Google Now), or press and hold (1 second) the Voice button for voice commands.*
When you update or change language on your headset, you may need to re-pair it with your mobile phone afterward.
Yes, the voice guidance and voice commands used in the headset are available in several languages. You can download the available language packs from the support page for the product.
Pairing your Jabra device with your PC or Mac is highly dependent on the specific model of your computer. Before you connect wirelessly, make sure your PC or Mac meets the following requirements:
For more information, visit the support pages for your PC or Mac:
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.
For safety reasons, you should not use your headset while it is charging. Allow it to charge fully, disconnect it from the charger, and then your headset is ready for use.
NFC is a technology that is used to establish radio communication between a Jabra headset and a mobile phone, for example to listen to music over Bluetooth, at a distance of no more than a few centimeters.
You can pair devices by tapping them together. Your mobile phone needs to have NFC and Bluetooth enabled for this to work.
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) is a Bluetooth profile that enables multimedia audio communication, such as music, between a Jabra headset and a supported Bluetooth device. A2DP is used in selected Jabra headsets.
Note: A2DP is not supported by all Bluetooth devices. Check the user manual of your Bluetooth device.
HD voice is the next generation of wideband audio technology for voice quality, after standard digital voice. Standard digital voice calls usually operate in the frequencies between 300 Hz to 3400 Hz. HD voice calls operate in the frequencies between 100 Hz to 6800 Hz. The frequency range of audio signals is extended, and this results in higher quality speech.
Note: HD voice must be supported by the mobile phone and by the phone network.
HFP is a standard profile in all Jabra Bluetooth products. HFP provides a headset with the capabilities to:
*Only when paired with a mobile phone that supports the same Bluetooth profile.
HSP is a standard profile in all Jabra Bluetooth products. HSP provides a headset with the capabilities to:
Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) enables a Jabra headset to access the phone book of a paired mobile phone, and announce the name of an incoming caller. It is similar to caller ID which announces the number of an incoming caller.
To use the PBAP function, the following prerequisites must be met:
Note: PBAP in Japanese language only supports number readout. PBAP in Chinese language is supported only in Chinese Simplified.
These guidelines apply to the use of batteries in general, and do not apply specifically to their use with Jabra headsets. To preserve and store rechargeable batteries, use the following guidelines:
If you handle or store rechargeable batteries incorrectly, their lifetime may be reduced.