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Further settings are available in the user menu.
|Phone menu > Settings > User > Configuration||> Bluetooth > Configuration|
Enter the User menu and go to Configuration and select the menu item Bluetooth.
There you can find the menu items Configuration, Paired devices and Blacklist.
In the Configuration you can choose necessary settings, you can activate Bluetooth and make the phone discoverable or change the name of the phone and you can decide how the phone pairs with other devices.
On Paired devices you can see the device which where connected to the phone and add new devices on this list. The Blacklist is to block device, so that they can't connect to the phone.
|WBM > User Pages > User Configuration||> Bluetooth||Active, Discoverable and Pairing||Last connected device|
Select User Pages > User Configuration > Bluetooth
The Bluetooth-menu contains essential settings, which are needed to communicate with the phone via bluetooth.
To communicate with the phone you have to select Activate and Discoverable Options, so you can find the phone via Bluetooth. In Pairing Mode you can define, how the phone paires with another Bluetooth device. You have to enter a PIN for pairing, you will be prompted to enter the PIN on the connected Bluetooth device.
On last connected device you can see, which device was connected last to the phone.
Pairing a device
|Phone menu > Settings > User > Configuration > Bluetooth > Paired devices||> Options > Pair device||List of Nearby Bluetooth devices|
To pair a device with the phone, enter the User menu, than Configuration and select Bluetooth, there choose Paired devices. There you select Options and open the context menu and choose Add device, then the phone will search Bluetooth devices which are nearby.
When the phone finishes the search, a list with all found devices will apear. On this list, you can select the device you want to connect to. Some devices need a pairing code which was set on the device, just enter the code and your phone get paired. Paired devices are on the pairing list now.
Headsets with Headset Profile can be still used, Headsets with Hands Free Profile will be supported in the future.
Using wideband codec (G.722) together with Bluetooth headsets leads to extra noise. If possible, try to avoid the combination of G.722 codec and Bluetooth headsets.
How to send and receive vCards see User Manual OpenStage 60-80 HFA HP3000-HP5000 on page 165.
See OpenStage Headsets.
How to use Bluetooth headsets with OpenStage phones see User Manual OpenStage 60-80 HFA HP3000-HP5000 on page 167.
- OpenStage - the portal page of the OpenStage telephone family
- OpenStage Training - easy learning to use your feature-rich enterprise phone
- OpenStage Manager - feature description of the PC application for OpenStage
- OpenStage power supply and PoE classes - required power supply and PoE classes of phones and accessories
- OpenStage Hardware Changes and necessary Software Versions - comparative table of supported hardware versions
- OpenStage Bluetooth - OpenStage 60/80 Bluetooth feature information
- OpenStage Accessories - Add-On devices, Adapters and Accessories
- OpenStage Main Navigation - comparative information about the main navigation elements