1. Steemlives's Avatar
    I was wondering if the 9700 was capable of playing music through a bluetooth headset, I'd like to set it down near me while I workout but don't want too use wired headphones for obvious reasons.

    Thanks !

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    03-15-10 05:59 PM
  2. Cyber Warrior's Avatar
    Good question...I don't think you can with music.

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    03-15-10 06:09 PM
  3. Steemlives's Avatar
    Hmmm... I guess ill have to experiment when I get home :P gotta put the headset on charge

    Thanks!

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    03-15-10 06:14 PM
  4. mpscan's Avatar
    Yes you can. I use my Bold 9700 and a Motorola S9 every day for an hour and a half in the gym. Lifting and cardio.

    MOTOROKR S9 - Home Page

    Has worked awesome for me for the past two years (one with a 8330, 6 months with an 8900, and now 6 months with my 9700).
    03-15-10 06:22 PM
  5. Steemlives's Avatar
    Yes you can. I use my Bold 9700 and a Motorola S9 every day for an hour and a half in the gym. Lifting and cardio.

    MOTOROKR S9 - Home Page

    Has worked awesome for me for the past two years (one with a 8330, 6 months with an 8900, and now 6 months with my 9700).
    Sweet! Hopefully it works with my headset

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    03-15-10 06:38 PM
  6. vincentnyc's Avatar
    check out my bluetooth headphone thread:

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f146/be...alking-427335/

    i got a motorola s805 and it is a sweet bluetooth headphone for music and making call!
    03-15-10 06:46 PM
  7. tschlaef's Avatar
    Sweet! Hopefully it works with my headset

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    It should if your headset supports A2DP.
    -Tom

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    03-15-10 07:28 PM
  8. Steemlives's Avatar
    It should if your headset supports A2DP.
    -Tom

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    Hmm so it has to have support huh... I just tried it and while the music is playing I hit the menu button and hit activate headset and all that happens is the speaker one the phone just lowers in volume, is there a trick to it? or do I need a new headset, I'm using a 20 dollar jabra from bestbuy if that helps any.

    Thanks!

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    03-15-10 08:19 PM
  9. Yandar's Avatar
    If you get podtrapper app, The app allows you to play podcasts and music to a mono or stereo bluetooth headset.
    03-15-10 09:15 PM
  10. Steemlives's Avatar
    If you get podtrapper app, The app allows you to play podcasts and music to a mono or stereo bluetooth headset.
    Awesome, I'll give that a try thanks!
    03-15-10 09:28 PM
  11. tschlaef's Avatar
    PodTrapper is a great application, I use it every day. Pandora and Garmin Mobile also work fine with BT headsets. BlackBerry Media Player seems to be the app that has problems with non-A2DP headsets. At least that's been my experience.
    03-16-10 08:11 AM
  12. Anatomy's Avatar
    if you just want a single ear headset I've really been liking the BlueAnt Q1... A2DP is fully supported so every app plays through it without changing settings and the voice features (caller id announce and no touch answer in particular) are pretty awesome. Apps like Slacker play much better through Q1 than any non-A2DP headsets I've tried.

    Voice quality is a close second to the Plantronics Voyager Pro, volume is great, it's quite comfortable and feature for feature it's awefully tough to beat.
    03-16-10 01:02 PM
  13. dans8320's Avatar
    When I connect my Moto S705 bluetooth to my 9700, I can play music through it. I cannot advance to a new track via the headset. I had no problems using all features with my 8320. I wonder if it is the OS on the Bold? I am using 5.0.0.330 from T-Mobile.

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    03-16-10 04:33 PM
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