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Plantronics M70 : Headset constantly disconnecting

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I have 2 headset from Plantronics M70 and both connect and disconnect in seconds in multiple devices.
Samsung j7, Huawey P Smart, Huawei Mate 20 Lite, Iphone 7.
So I think that the problem is not the devices but the headset.
Do you recommend that I change the brand of my headset?
Question by Gonalo Mendes 12:45pm, 9th May 2019

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Chris (Admin) responded : 11:53pm, 14th May 2019 (1 year ago)
Did they both do this from the start or just after a while of successful use ? Also to be sure, this isn't dependant on a certain place where you use them or the level of charge ?

Andre Bouffard responded : 11:00am, 30th January 2020 (4 months ago)
I have a similar problem. It worked fine when I was on an iPhone 5S running IOS 12, but when I upgraded to an iPhone 11 running IOS 13 the problems started. The headset doesn't stay connected like it used to and if it takes a while before a call is connected the headset will disconnect and I have to cycle power in order to hear the call. I've tried removing, rebooting the phone and reinstalling the bluetooth from the M70 on the phone as well as doing this for all bluetooth devices but no success in fixing the problem. Is the M70 compatible with IOS 13?

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