This video contains detailed instructions on how to use and pair the Cisco Headset USB HD Adapter.
Use the Cisco Headset USB HD Adapter
A USB adapter is included with your Cisco wireless headset, so you can plug and play it in a matter of minutes. As well as Bluetooth® devices, the adapter can also be used with phones that do not have Bluetooth® capability. It is prepaired with your headset out of the box when you receive the USB HD Adapter. If you plug the adapter into a powered USB port on your computer, the adapter will automatically connect to the headset.
Disconnecting your headset is as simple as unplugging the adapter from the device you are using to make the call. Once you disconnect the USB HD Adapter and restart your headset, it will take about ten minutes before your headset accepts another active Bluetooth connection. It is possible to pair a new device quickly if you turn off your headset and then turn it on again.
Through the USB HD Adapter, you will not be able to update your headset’s firmware.
- The USB HD Adapter should be plugged into the device you prefer to use.
- Make sure your headset is turned on.
- If you are prompted to choose a device from your device list, select Cisco USB HD Adapter.
A Cisco 700 USB Adapter is a name that may appear on older adapters.
Pair the Cisco Headset USB HD Adapter your headset
When you have erased the Bluetooth® pairings on your headset or if your adapter needs to be replaced, you will be able to repair it if you have erased the pairings on your headset.
- Your chosen device should be connected to the USB HD Adapter.
- The USB HD Adapter needs to be pressed down for four seconds using either a pen or a paper clip in order to pair. When the adapter enters pairing mode, its blue LED blinks, indicating that the device is ready to be paired.
- Put your Cisco headset into pairing mode. The adapter and your headset pair automatically.