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Can we use a single Bluetooth headset for more than one phone simultaneously?

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Yes, we can use both device simultaneously with new bluetooth headset which will be available at Rs. 1000.
Posted: 05-05-2012 @ 17:12:38
Many Bluetooth headsets will pair with multiple devices. ... In my case though, I generally find I use one phone more than the other at different times, so I can ... These allow you to connect to 2 devices simultaneously. ... Apparently this is due to the Bluetooth dongle having a single MAC address
Posted: 05-05-2012 @ 15:49:14
yes we can use it..........
Posted: 13-11-2011 @ 09:10:42
Posted: 12-11-2011 @ 18:02:49
no its not possible
Posted: 09-11-2011 @ 18:52:15
no its not possible for simultaneous connection.
Posted: 25-08-2011 @ 20:46:57
Posted: 25-08-2011 @ 01:23:15
*New BT vrsn 3.0[ or advanced upgrade r being developed by tech ] if found in device it could be done only in case..Vrsn 2.0 or 2.1 dönt supports
Posted: 24-08-2011 @ 04:38:39
I have deeply started liking to use my Jabra BT20V Buletooth headset, as its just dandy for hands free communication, and it was ridiculously cheap. However, I have also found out that the device does not pair with multiple devices. So, if you have two Bluetooth capable phones (like I do now, but not when I first wrote that “review”), only one phone can actually be paired to the headset at any given time. This is, rather inconvenient. A review of the Jabra BT8010 basically states that it can pair with 2 devices, but was buggy (firmware fix helps). But it also costs USD$149! If anyone has any idea about Bluetooth headsets, please do assist in recommending one. I’m after largely one that will pair with at least 2 devices. If it does more, say 2 mobile phones and 2 computers (I’d ideally like to pair my headset with four devices eventually) and works seamlessly, i.e. it can answer calls from any device (I don’t expect it to make calls), I’m definitely in the market for such a device.
Posted: 22-08-2011 @ 17:39:17
sorry ,sir there is no chance to use
Posted: 22-08-2011 @ 03:37:41
Posted: 21-08-2011 @ 01:26:56
no we cannot use
Posted: 20-08-2011 @ 11:36:50
This is not possible as bluetooth normally allows one simultaneous connection. it is simple to understand as you can not send files to 2 mobiles simultaneously, you can not connect 2 mobiles to same headset.
Posted: 20-08-2011 @ 11:16:37
Jabra BT8010 Is a device which is used to support the two phones simultaneously.It costs nearly 7000 rs in indian rupees
Posted: 19-08-2011 @ 16:09:42
Yes just u have to do is everytime for new phone search the haedset & use it...
Posted: 19-08-2011 @ 13:39:36
For instance, if one has two BT phones, and wishes to use the same BT headset with both of them. (Of course, not at the same time!) Can the headset be paired to both, or would one have to re-pair every time one changed between phones?
Posted: 19-08-2011 @ 12:46:56