Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Williamsburg, VA, USA
Re: Motorola HF820 Bluetooth
I just received the HF-820. I too have the Blackberry phone that does not have auto answer. I assume that I will have to press the center button on the HF-820 for it to pick up. If I keep it in the oddments box I can easily press the button.
I plan on installing the car adapter to supply 12 volts when the bike is on. Even if my bike is parked for a couple of days, the internal battery should keep the HF-820 on, then recharge when I start the bike. Does anyone see any problems if I power it this way?
Another question, I have two cell phones and I know that I cannot get both phones to access the HF-820 at the same time, so I plan on forwarding one phone to the other. Do I have to "re-pair" the HF-820 with each phone? Basically, if I use one phone for work, than want to use my other phone on weekends, do I have to "re-pair" the HF-820 with the second (weekend) phone, then "re-pair" it again with my work phone?
2008 RT - Sold December 2019
2000 LT - Totaled at 99,960 miles
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