User manual MOTOROLA S605

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[. . . ] The indicator light must be at least steady red before it can be powered on again. note: This product uses a lithium ion , rechargeable , non-replaceable battery. Under normal use, the expected life of the rechargeable battery is approximately 400 charges.  get started To get started, turn on your stereo headset and plug in your headphones. [. . . ] Some music devices will automatically attempt to play music when S605 reconnects to it.  control your tunes Playback controls on your stereo headset can be used when listening to wireless music streaming from a Bluetooth-enabled music device that also provides remote control capabilities (AVRCP). Press -- change between wireless music and FM radio Press -- adjust Volume up/down one step Press and hold -adjust volume up/down continuously Press -play/pause music Press and hold -- stop music Press -- skip to previous track Press -- skip to next track Press and hold -- rewind track* Press and hold -- fast-forward track* * If your music player supports this feature When remote control capabilities are not supported, music should be controlled from your music player.  listen to radio To listen to FM radio , press the Music Mode button. Press -- change between wireless music and FM radio Press and hold -- store current station (up to five stations) Press -- adjust Volume up/down one step Press and hold -- adjust volume up/down continuously Press -- scan frequency up Press and hold -- skip back to next stored station Press --scan frequency down Press and hold -- skip forward to previous stored station 10 receive a call To make and receive calls using the stereo headset, a Bluetooth handsfree (HFP) connection must be established with your phone (see “connect wirelessly” on page 6 for details). When there’s an incoming call, the status indicator light flashes quickly in blue on your stereo clip and you hear a ring tone. If music is playing when a call is received, the music either automatically pauses or mutes depending on your music player and connection setup. Press -- answer incoming call Press and hold(either button, but not both) -- reject call 11 while on a call When a call is active, the status indicator light slowly pulses in blue on your stereo headset. Press -- end call Press -- adjust Volume up/down one step Press and hold -adjust volume up/down continuously Press -- mute call (status indicator flashes in purple when mute) 12 while on a call When there’s a second incoming call, the status indicator light flashes quickly in blue on your stereo headset and you hear ringing. Press -1) answer second call (first call is placed on hold), 2) end second call (first call resumes), or 3) resume first call on hold (when second caller hangs up) Press and hold(either button) -- reject second incoming call * * If your phone supports this feature 13 make a call Using the stereo headset to make a call, you can redial the last dialed number or make a voice dial call (if your phone supports this feature). When making a voice dial call, the microphone on the stereo headset is enabled and you hear a prompt from your phone. Press -- make a voice dial call (you hear a prompt from your phone) Press and hold -- redial last number Press -- adjust volume up/down one step Press and hold -- adjust volume up/down continuously 14 check battery To check your stereo headset’s remaining battery level, press and hold both Volume buttons until you hear a tone. The status indicator light displays approximate remaining talk time and music play time. 5 hours Less than 30 minutes When your stereo headset is in a low battery level state, the status indicator light flashes quickly in red and an audio tone is repeated every minute. 15 wireless status The status indicator light on your stereo headset displays current status of Bluetooth wireless connection(s) to your phone and/or music device. Indicator Light steady blue long blue flash long orange flash long green flash quick blue flash long blue pulse long purple pulse three orange flashes slow red pulse 16 Wireless Status Bluetooth discoverable mode standby (handsfree connection only) standby (streaming music connection only) standby (both handsfree and streaming music connection) incoming/outgoing call connected on a call connected call muted / FM radio on (when not on a call) started music player idle (not connected to device) cord management While using your stereo headset, notches are provided to hang your headphones without needing to wind the cord, as shown. 1 2 17 cord management You can also wind the cord around your headset and use the notches to hang your headphones when storing, as shown. 1 2 18 tips & tricks multi-point (two device) connection To connect to a phone and music device at the same time: 1 2 3 Pair and connect to your phone (see page 6). The Bluetooth indicator flashes to indicate the stereo headset is in discoverable mode. Complete steps 5 through 7 on page 6 to pair and connect your music device and headset successfully. [. . . ] Product Approval Number The above gives an example of a typical Product Approval Number. You can view your product’s Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to Directive 1999/5/EC (to R&TTE Directive) at www. To find your DoC, enter the product Approval Number from your product’s label in the “Search” bar on the web site. Com/Bluetoothsupport 1-877-MOTOBLU (Motorola Bluetooth Support) 1-800-331-6456 (United States) 1-888-390-6456 (TTY/TDD United States for hearing impaired) 1-800-461-4575 (Canada) The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. [. . . ]

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