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Sony Ericsson Simplifies Bluetooth Bonding

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Sep 28, 2005, 12:54 PM   by (staff)

Sony Ericsson today previewed a new technology that will simplify the process of pairing a Bluetooth headset to a mobile phone. Auto pairing reduces bonding to a simple yes / no question. If the headset is on and in proximity of a discoverable Bluetooth enabled handset, the phone will simply display a message asking if it should pair with the headset. The two will then set up the connection without any further input. Initially the feature will be available exclusively on a revised Sony Ericsson HBH 610 headset (HBH 610a) - available in the fourth quarter - and will only work with Sony Ericsson Bluetooth phones.




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Oct 3, 2005, 12:05 PM


A feature that has been available on several Nokia products for, um....years now!

Sep 28, 2005, 5:01 PM

ummm hello...?

Is it me or does no one realize that the Motorola HS850 has reduced it to just opening and closing the boom? Isn't that faster?
I believe they are talking about the initial pairing of the devices, not the use of them.

Sep 28, 2005, 1:02 PM

adbada bing

I hope they standardize that 🙂

did i spell standardize right 😉

Cool feature, wish my e815 could do that
Can someone educate me on security with regards to BT devices? In particular, can someone pair with another person's device(ie computer, pda, earpiece, etc) without the other realizing or approving the pair? Also can someone tap into a person's conv...

Sep 28, 2005, 5:40 PM

Technology is your friend...

I wish all devices synced that easily.

Sep 28, 2005, 2:48 PM

Is BlueTooth that complex a procedure to begin with?

This article gives the impression that pairing a BlueTooth earbud, phone or computer is a complex thing. Is it really? Is the SE simplification about making a complex procedure simple, or about making a fairly simple procedure even simpler???
lorna said:
or about making a fairly simple procedure even simpler???

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