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Connect my second phone to smartwatch 2

10th June 2014, 02:21 AM |#11  
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Pretty nonsense since every bluetooth headset from sony can pair with two phones/tablet (not at the same time, obviously).
Hope they will fix with an update.

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Originally Posted by malinda72

Im with you they need to fix this issue!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bluetooth headset.

Smartwatch.

Spot the difference.

Get yourself a dual-sim phone if its such a big deal.
 
 
10th June 2014, 10:09 AM |#12  
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Bluetooth headset.

Smartwatch.

Spot the difference.

Get yourself a dual-sim phone if its such a big deal.

Please name a power house dual sim smartphone?????????????

My old sony smartwatch 1 connect when power on. Its searches & connect what ever phone I pair before.
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11th June 2014, 12:21 AM |#13  
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Please name a power house dual sim smartphone?????????????

My old sony smartwatch 1 connect when power on. Its searches & connect what ever phone I pair before.

Xiaomi and Huawei both have good ones. And if you're complaining that those aren't 'power house' enough go get a HTC One M8 dual-sim if you can find one. Or an S4 Dual Sim.

Your smartwatch 2 can do the same, effectively. You just can't connect with two phones at the same time.
11th June 2014, 12:31 AM |#14  
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Sony bluetooth headsets like the HBH-DS970 and the MW600 can connect to 2 or more phones, but to do that, you have to switch profiles on the headset (with a switch or setting)

the SW2 doesn't have that profile switch and therefor cannot support 2 phones

i doubt it's an 'issue' they will fix, good luck asking Sony
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11th June 2014, 01:02 AM |#15  
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Xiaomi and Huawei both have good ones. And if you're complaining that those aren't 'power house' enough go get a HTC One M8 dual-sim if you can find one. Or an S4 Dual Sim.

Your smartwatch 2 can do the same, effectively. You just can't connect with two phones at the same time.

Im having LG G Flex!!!

I ask one phone at a time!!!
11th June 2014, 02:32 AM |#16  
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Im having LG G Flex!!!

I ask one phone at a time!!!

Then just re-pair when you switch phones. My wife sometimes uses my watch, so she installs whatever apps she wants, then when I pass the watch to her she just does a reset and re-pair, works fine.

Its not functionally any different from how the MN2 works.

And please, what's with the exclamation marks?
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