Motorola H780 Bluetooth Headset with the Cirago BTA-6210 USB 2.0 Micro Bluetooth Dongle
Bluetooth® Headset H780 - Motorola USA
Cirago BTA-6210 Micro USB Bluetooth® Dongle
With Windows 7 the Devices Plug and Play install, and there is no need to do anything else.
However, DO NOT try the Win7 version Cirago International Ltd. - Customer Servies, RMA and Technical Support on Windows 7 which is not needed. When I tried it the Motorola H780 Bluetooth device would not work, and I had to restore my good backup of both partitions.
It was a bit difficult, but I was able to get the Newegg.com - MOTOROLA H780 Bluetooth Headset Bulk Package - Bluetooth Cell Phone Accessories to work with the Newegg.com - cirago BTA-6210 USB 2.0 Micro Bluetooth Dongle support Bluetooth 2.1 - Network - Bluetooth on the FIC server running Vista Ultimate.
First I installed the program for Cirago International Ltd. - Customer Servies, RMA and Technical Support , I downloaded the "BTA-6210 V2.1 for Vista 32 bit and 64 bit", and I installed it. When prompted, I installed the Cirago BTA-6210 V2.1 in the FIC server USB 2.0 hub. Once the program finished installing, I rebooted the FIC server.
However, although the Motorola H780 installed, it did not work. I finally uninstalled in Device Drivers under Sound, Video, and Game Controllers, the Bluetooth Audio and the Bluetooth Record devices. Also Bluetooth I uninstalled all of the devices. However, then I selected to Scan Again, it installed both the Generic and the Microsoft Bluetooth Radios, but that did not work either. I then uninstalled them again except Generic Bluetooth Radio. I then under drivers for Generic Bluetooth Radio, I selected Update Driver, Browse My Computer, Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer, and it showed two identical Generic Bluetooth Radio icons. I choose the second device drive, and I let it install again installing the same devices as I began with.
Under Bluetooth, I now had the Generic Bluetooth Radio, and Bluetooth RFBUS, Bluetooth RFCOMM, and Bluetooth RFHID.
Under Sound, Video, and Game Controllers, with the Motorola Bluetooth H780 headset turned on, I have Bluetooth Audio Device listed.
However, I first under the Bluetooth Settings program, Options, under General at the bottom of the tab, I enabled Audio Sink Device with the other defaults.
Under Bluetooth Information Exchanger, I selected Computer Places and checked Display Shortcut on Desktop and Display Shortcut on Bluetooth Settings.
Under Assistant, I chose Classic Mode, Enable Auto Search of Devices, and only selected Headphones, along with the other defaults and saved the tabs.
With the Motorola H780 Bluetooth headset turned on, from the Bluetooth Icon in the Tray, I chose Add New Connection, and the program added it to the Bluetooth Settings Window. I then chose Connect, and I was prompted from the message down by the tray, I click on the message that Bluetooth is trying to install a device, and when the windows opens for the H780 deivce, I entered the PIN Code "0000", and after completing that procedure, the Motorola H780 Bluetooth headset worked just fine with Vista Ultimate. The only problem is that in the Audio Device settings with Bluetooth Record turned to 100, it could sound a little bit louder, but it is loud enough to be heard.
With Windows XP
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Newegg.com - cirago BTA-6210 USB 2.0 Micro Bluetooth Dongle support Bluetooth 2.1 - Network - Bluetooth
First remove any conflicting Bluetooth devices
Second from this page Cirago International Ltd. - Customer Servies, RMA and Technical Support , I downloaded the "BTA-6210 V2.1 for Win XP", and I installed it. Then one reboots. In the Bluetooth Settings program, one selects options, and from the first page General at the bottom of the page, one has to enable "Audio Sink Service". With the Motorola H780 Bluetooth headset turned on, the program finds it, and one has to enter the device code of "0000" . One than has to select the option to Connect it, and it works perfectly fine in Windows XP Professional.
However, DO NOT try the Win7 version on Windows 7 which is not needed. When I tried it the Motorola H780 Bluetooth device would not work, and I had to restore my good backup of both partitions, and then reinstall it again on XP.