Responder a: Loose Charging Port on H800 HeadsetPatrick, I would think if the engineers wanted several adjacent pins connected they would have done so on the circuit board. If you have access to a voltmeter, should measure ~5v pins 1 to 5 with charger plugged in. If the charging LED continues constantly when moving the cable... it would appear you have fixed the USB connector issue. Battery might be more suspect than charging circuitry. You could consult the user manual for LED blink patterns... BTW, your english is indistinghable from native.
Responder a: Loose Charging Port on H800 HeadsetWell sorta... Not what I originally stated. Found a new refurb headset was $35 on eBay, and there are now.available micro USB adapters. The adapters come as a.set with a proprietary cable/connector that attaches MAGNETICALLY to the little uUSB plug, which is intended to be left in the phone, headset, or whatever device you are charging. Essentially a retrofit so now my headset is alot like some new phones, where if the cable gets a tug it just snaps away and my device sees no damage. Seemed like a better long-term idea than my previous notion. (but no help for your already damaged uUSB connector). These magnetic adapters & cables are about $3 on eBay direct from China, prolly get cheaper over time. I have an adapter in all 3 of my micro USB devices now for about a week... Kinda early yet to know if it's a real fix... But seems ok so far. One caveat I've found buying these magnetic adapters is there is there doesn't appear to be an industry standard on the magnetic connector part, meaning the plugs may only ma...
Responder a: Loose Charging Port on H800 HeadsetI have the same issue, now on both h800's so time to fix rather than keep buying new. I assume the micro usb jack is only using the 2 power pins (5v & ground), making it a little less challenging. And as I keep breaking these by getting out of the truck forgetting that it's plugged-in charging, x I need a design that is more forgiving. I plan to salvage a female micro USB connector from a cable and solder it in with the new jack hanging about 2-3cm out of the headphones on a short stub of cable. The idea is IF I forget again, at least the pull should be straight out and simply unplug, rather than some angle and break. Will check back with progress...