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The first time the Jabra Step Wireless is turned on, it will be ready to connect to any mobile phone that has Bluetooth turned on. To connect to a new or second mobile phone:
1. Turn on Bluetooth on your mobile phone.
2. If necessary, turn the headset off (Press and hold the Multi-function button until the LED flashes).
3. Press and hold (5 secs) the Multi-function button on the Jabra Step Wireless until the Bluetooth indicator flashes blue. Pairing mode will be announced in the headset.
4. Connect to your mobile phone. Enter 0000 (4 zeros) if asked for a pin code.
Last updated: 04-09-14
Note: After the Jabra Step Wireless is reset, you will need to re-connect to your mobile device. Remember to delete/forget the former connection on your mobile device, before re-connecting.
1. Turn the headset on by pressing and holding (3 seconds) the Multi-function button until the LED flashes.
2. Press and hold (5 seconds) the Multi-function button and Volume up button.
3. The headset is now ready to re-connect again.
4. Activate Bluetooth on the mobile device, and select the Jabra Step Wireless. If asked for a pin code or passkey, enter 0000 (4 zeroes).
Last updated: 02-09-14
You can use your Jabra device with your Apple iPhone, but please note that while the Jabra device is compatible for iPhone telephone applications, music applications may not perform correctly, e.g. Play/Pause, Skip Next/Previous, Volume Up/Down, etc.
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.
Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) is a Bluetooth profile that makes it possible to control e.g. a phone from a Bluetooth headset when streaming music.
Please try the following steps:
No, Bluetooth is an open standard and as such you can use any headset with your mobile phone. There is no need for your headset to be the same brand as your mobile phone.
The pass code or PIN is 0000 (four zeros)
To connect your Jabra Step Wireless with two mobile phones, decide which mobile device will be your primary device (the one able to receive voice commands from your headset) and which will be your secondary device. When connecting, always start with your secondary device.
4. Follow the voice-guided pairing instructions to connect to your mobile phone. If asked for a pin code, enter 0000 (4 zeros).
5. Once you have connected to your secondary mobile device, repeat steps 2, 3 and 4 to connect to your primary device.
6. After connecting to your primary device, the headset will connect to both devices.
Note: If two mobile phones have been connected to the Jabra Step Wireless, you may need to select which phone will be used for calls/music. Simply open the Bluetooth menu on the mobile phone you wish to use for calls/music and select the Jabra Step Wireless from the list of devices.
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) is a standard Bluetooth profile in all Jabra devices that enables Bluetooth multimedia audio communication (music) between a Jabra device and a Bluetooth device.
This is best practice for rechargeable batteries in general and is not related specifically to Jabra headsets, but to the technology itself. Below are examples of how to preserve and store are chargeable battery to help ensure a long battery life.
If you handle or store your rechargeable battery incorrectly, its lifetime may be reduced.
Last updated: 01-07-14
A Hands Free Profile (HFP) is a standard Bluetooth profile in all Jabra devices that enables Bluetooth communication between a Jabra device and an in-car hands-free device.
Note: HFP is not supported by all Bluetooth devices.
A Headset Profile (HSP) is a standard Bluetooth profile in all Jabra headsets that enables Bluetooth communication between a Jabra device and a Bluetooth device.
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