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sjc4915
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Registered: ‎02-15-2010
Location: Midland, MI, USA
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Bluetooth Hands- free Audio not a choice for Cisco IP Phone

I have a T60 running Windows XP SP2 wih all patches and BT driver 5.5.0.4300. I want to configure the Cisco IP Communicator 2.1.2.0 to use a BT headset. I have both a Motorola MotoRokr SD-9 and a Jabra BT2040 headsets. The headsets pair and connect. However, none of the Bluetooth device types show up in the IP phone headset choices; only the SoundMAX HD Audio.

When the SD-9 is paired and connected, I can get it to play music through the headset because it insists on making it an "audio gateway". I can't get the Jabra to do anything. I don't know if it is installation order, activation order, or a setting I can't find. Any suggestions?

 

petersgc
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Registered: ‎08-20-2009
Location: England
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Re: Bluetooth Hands- free Audio not a choice for Cisco IP Phone

As far as I know the Cisco IPC will only accepct sound cards for input output.

 

If you go into the sounds control in control pannel is the BT device listed their as a sound card?

sjc4915
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Re: Bluetooth Hands- free Audio not a choice for Cisco IP Phone

The driver show up in the hardware list. However, BT does not show up as a choice for the headset in the application. It has in the past, but after the the hard drive was replaced and a new workstation image created, that no longer happened.

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