Don’t let wires hold you back. Get the ultimate workout with Jabra’s wireless sport earbuds that are sweat- and weatherproof.
Our headsets are designed for comfortable all-day wear. Get clear, noise-free conversations. Choose from many different wearing styles.
Stay connected on the road. Talk hands-free in the car without compromising your safety
Take your music anywhere with our music range. Our wireless headphones and speakers are made to move and intuitive to use.
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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
When you reset your Jabra Step Wireless, the list of devices that have been paired with it is cleared. To reset your Jabra Step Wireless, follow these steps:
You can order accessories and parts on the Jabra Accessories page.
Simply enter the name of your Jabra device in the search field (e.g. Jabra Revo Wireless), and browse the available accessories and parts.
The headset cannot be used while charging for safety reasons. Please allow the headset to charge fully then disconnect it from the charger and it will be ready for use.
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.
A Bluetooth is a radio technology, which means it is sensitive
to objects between connected devices. To avoid crackling noises
it is recommended a distance of no more than 33 feet (10 meters) with
no major objects in-between.
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:
To aid in the effort to reduce electronics waste, Jabra decided to remove the AC adapter and replace it with a USB cable. This gives you a range of new charging opportunities as many cell phones and accessories can now use the same charger.
• Charge using Apple USB power adapter
• Charge using computer
• Charge using your phone’s charger (in many cases)
• Charge using your Jabra Solemate Max
The headset has a built-in safety feature that prevents over-charging.
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.
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.