But if you are away from the base, or go out, it 'disconnects' both devices, so they are active, but not recognized by any of the ooma handsets.
You have to delete the current pairings - which say 'enabled' but 'disconnected' and then repair. Usually this means rebooting the ooma base by having to unplug the AC adapter for 10 seconds. It always means having to unplug and reinsert the dongle, or I get an error message forever that says the bluetooth is busy and try again in 30 seconds.
Even when I have deleted the iPhone, since the major thing I want to work is the JAWBONE, it is almost impossible to get it up and running easy. You have to connect to a phone call, then go to intercom, find the headset, and transfer. 5 TIMES out of 6 it drops the call!!!!!!
I am using Ooma for business. Or trying at least. This can't be the state of bluetooth adapters/headsets/and use when it comes to Ooma in 2010. I've searched the database and talked to tech -