Jabra BT530 Bluetooth Instructions


The Jabra BT530 headset boasts a standby time of as much as 250 hours on a fully charged battery, with up to four hours of active talk time per charge. The LED indicator lights on the headset are multicolored to provide a variety of alerts and notifications. Understand how to pair your headset with a phone, and what the LED lights are telling you, to properly care for your headset and ensure that it lasts as long as possible.

Things You'll Need

  • Charger supplied with the headset
  • Wireless phone
  • Plug the charger for your BT530 into a wall outlet. Plug the opposite end into the port on the top of your headset. Let the headset charge for at least two hours. The indicator light on the headset turns green when it is fully charged. Unplug the charger from the wall outlet. Disconnect the opposite end of the headset.

  • Press and release the power button on the headset. The LED will light up and remain steady. If you previously paired the headset with a phone, press and hold the "Answer" button for five seconds to light the LED steady.

  • Activate the Bluetooth service on your phone. Most phones have a Bluetooth menu within the Settings area, but the specific location will vary depending on your phone and your wireless carrier. Choose the option to connect to a Bluetooth device in the phone's Bluetooth menu.

  • Locate the Jabra BT530 headset in your phone's device list. Select "Connect" to pair the headset with the phone. Enter "0000" if prompted for a PIN or pass key to complete the process.

  • Tap the "Answer" button quickly to answer incoming calls. Tap the button a second time to disconnect the call. Tap the up or down volume buttons during an active call to adjust the volume.

  • Tap the volume button and watch the LED for an indicator of the current battery life. Two rapid green flashes indicate one to four hours of available talk time on the battery. Your headset has 10 minutes to one hour of talk time left if it flashes two yellow lights. Two red flashing lights mean there is less than 10 minutes of talk time on the battery and you should charge it right away.

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  • Jabra BT530 User Guide; GN Netcom US Inc.; 2008
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