1. itsy's Avatar
    Has anyone here experienced issues using the Redfly with bluetooth headphones? When connecting my logitech freepulse headphones to my Sprint touch pro with the redfly connected through bluetooth, everything crashes requiring a soft reset to bring the pda back to a usable state.

    After the headphone indecent, whenever I try to connect the Redfly, the screen would not show up however the keyboard and track pad would continue to function. Reinstalling the drivers would not help and a hard reset was needed in order for the Redfly to be able to connect again. This has happened twice so far.
    01-07-2009 12:58 AM
  2. jakubd's Avatar
    Microsoft Bluetooth stack (not BT itself, but the way MS have implemented it) can hold effectively maximum of 1 connection at a time. This is old and well known limitation.
    01-07-2009 04:38 AM
  3. edk's Avatar
    I use my RF, Fuze, and BT headset a lot - no issues, no dropped connections - calls come in, and I can talk while continuing to use the Fuze/RF. So, it can be done!
    01-07-2009 08:15 PM
  4. starky's Avatar
    so how come you can attach BT headphones at same time and it still keeps the RF connection to smartphone?. Is RF using some to other protocol which is not MSoft?
    01-29-2009 04:07 PM
  5. starky's Avatar
    i mean when RF is BT and not USB connected
    01-29-2009 04:08 PM
  6. cplush#WP's Avatar
    i can work on the redfly linked via bluetooth and talk on my bluetooth headset...i think it is phone specific which can have 2 BT connections. I have a moto q9c
    01-29-2009 04:44 PM
  7. ckj's Avatar
    While there are exceptions, most people are better off only have one one device connected at a time to the phone via Bluetooth with Windows Mobile.
    02-03-2009 05:58 PM
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