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Is there a background story here with regard to the a-JAYS one+ and Android phone compatibility?
I've just today got a pair, and they won't work with either my Orange San Francisco (ZTE Blade) or T-Mobile Pulse Mini (Huawei U8110) - this isn't even a subtle thing like the button app not working (which it doesn't) it's more fundamental: in both cases I don't get "proper" audio unless the button is held in - without it held I do get sound through both outputs, but quieter and (I think) only one channel. I'm guessing (hoping) that this is some sort of pin-out difference as at least I might be able to buy/make an adapter, but they certainly don't work with either of my versions of the above phones out of the box...
Where are these made?
Why is no one mentioning call quality in any of these reviews? It's a feature that is important to people like me who have had poor success with bluetooth devices under $80.I would like to know what you and others think about reception on both sides of the call.
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