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Learn more about Jabra Motion and how to get the best possible fit. See how to change and make the eargels fit. See how to adjust the headset for left ear use. The headset comes with three different eargels.
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The headset is designed to work with Bluetooth mobile phones. It can also work with other Bluetooth devices that are compliant with Bluetooth version 1.1 or higher and support a headset and /or hands-free profile.
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NFC is the abbreviation for Near Field Communication, which is a set of standards used by Jabra to
establish radio communication between headsets and phones at a distance of no more than few centimeters.
You can pair and listen to music over Bluetooth by tapping your devices together. Your mobile device
need to have the NFC functionality and this has to be enabled.
To increase the volume in your headset, slide your finger up the Volume Touch-sensitive panel towards the + indicator.
To decrease the volume in your headset, slide your finger down the Volume Touch-sensitive panel.
Jabra MOTION supports the following maximum ranges:
When connected to the Jabra LINK 360 the range is up to 100m/300ft.
When talking on (most) mobile phones the range is up to 10m/33ft.
There can be a few reasons: cold weather, high density of wireless signal, and
mobile phones with high Bluetooth consumption.
If the headset has been in Power Nap mode for more than 24 hours, the headset will
automatically power off to preserve battery.
To turn the headset on, simply close the flip boom-arm and open it again.
1. Ensure the boom-arm is closed.
Note: If the buttons are held for too long the battery indicator will flash purple. Close the Flip boom-arm for 5 seconds and open again.
1. Turn the Jabra Motion off, and connect it to your PC using the micro-USB cable.
4. Accept the terms in the license Agreement, and click Next.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Note: Do not unplug the headset during the update.
6. When the firmware update is complete, click Finish. The headset can be safely removed from the PC.
Note: When the language in your headset has been updated/changed, you might need to reconnect it to your mobile device.
After unpacking the headset, connect it to a power supply to activate the battery.
Yes, the Jabra Motion accepts voice commands, offering easy access to the most commonly used features.
To use voice commands, tap the Voice and Mute microphone when not on a call until you hear 'Say a command'.
This is the list of voice commands:
What can I say? Hear a list of all voice commands
Answer Answer an incoming call
Ignore Reject an incoming call
Pair new device Enter pairing mode to begin connecting to a new mobile device
Redial Redial the last number dialed
Call back Dial the phone number that last called you
Battery Hear the current battery level
Cancel Cancel current voice command
Phone commands Turn on the connected device’s phone commands (e.g. Siri)
Check with your local store or Jabra partner. Click here
to find the list of trusted partners and retailers.
Firmware updates usually improve performance and sometimes add new functionalities to your device. To update the firmware:
Launch Jabra Firmware Updater installed with Jabra PC Suite, and follow the Firmware Updater wizard.
You can also check for updates via Jabra Control Center > Help > Check for Updates.
Yes, it is safe to use Jabra headsets. All Jabra headsets feature PeakStop™ technology, which protects against sudden loud sound spikes. Many acoustic experts define acoustic shock as being exposed to a sound of over 135 dBSPL, but even lower sounds can damage the hearing. Therefore all Jabra headsets cut off sounds at 118 dBSPL (RMS).
Software release history - all below features and enhancements are included in the latest software release:
Release Date: 11/19/2013
Firmware Release No.: 1.39
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