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Connect G3/G5 to Cochlear Implant Hearing Aid via Bluetooth?

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sefrischling

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My Deputy Chief has a Cochlear Implant Hearing Aid that is Bluetooth capable, and he'd like to know if it will connect to a G3/G5, so he can hear calls being dispatched at night. Presently when he goes to sleep he can't hear the pager going off.

Looking around I can't find anything on this ... anyone ever hear of anyone setting this up?
 

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If it’s going to work at all I would try it on the 1.3 firmware that should be out soon. There has been significant improvement with BT on the 1.3 beta (at least for the G5).
 

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If it’s going to work at all I would try it on the 1.3 firmware that should be out soon. There has been significant improvement with BT on the 1.3 beta (at least for the G5).
I agree. With v1.3 and a G5 I am surprised that it pairs with my AirPods, Plantronics Voyager Pro, Beats Solo2 wireless, TaoTronics SoundLiberty77, and the DoCooler 2 in 1 bluetooth. While it “pairs” with my 2013 Prius, I get no audio.
 

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If it’s going to work at all I would try it on the 1.3 firmware that should be out soon. There has been significant improvement with BT on the 1.3 beta (at least for the G5).
Thanks.

I think the Dep Chief's wife is only on board with this so she can stop hearing tones after 40 years all night.
 
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