- Always keep the wireless device more than 6 inches (15.3 centimeters) from the medical device.
- Not carry the wireless device in a breast pocket.
- Hold the wireless device to the ear opposite the medical device.
- Turn the wireless device off if there is any reason to suspect that interference is taking place.
- Follow the manufacturer directions for the implanted medical device.
Warning: When you use the headset, your ability to hear outside sounds may be affected. Do not use the headset where it can endanger your safety.
Some wireless devices may interfere with some hearing aids.
Hearing aid compatibility and wireless technologies: This device has been tested and rated for use with hearing aids for some of the wireless technologies used in this device. However, there may be some newer wireless technologies used in this device that have not yet been tested for use with hearing aids. It is important to try the different features of this device thoroughly and in different locations, using your hearing aid or cochlear implant, to determine if you hear any interference. Consult your service provider about its return and exchange policies and for information on hearing aid compatibility.
If your device supports HAC-M: Your device complies with FCC rules on hearing aid compatibility. These rules require an M3 rating or higher. The M value of your device is marked on the device sales package. To determine the M-rating of your hearing aid and compatibility with this device, consult your hearing health professional. For more information about accessibility, go to www.microsoft.com/en/mobile/accessibility/hearing-aid-compatibility.
If your device supports telecoil: To use a telecoil-equipped hearing aid with this device, activate the hearing aid (T switch) and the device telecoil. The sound quality depends on the type of your hearing aid.
- Be cautious when opening messages. They may contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or computer.
- Be cautious when accepting connectivity requests, browsing the internet, or downloading content. Do not accept Bluetooth connections from sources you do not trust.
- Only install and use services and software from sources that you trust and that offer adequate security and protection.
- If you access preinstalled bookmarks and links to third party internet sites, take the appropriate precautions. Microsoft Mobile does not endorse or assume liability for such sites.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) published statements and questions and answers concerning mobile telephones and health. Microsoft Mobile encourages you to visit these websites for updated information. You can access the FDA website at www.fda.gov and the FCC website at transition.fcc.gov. Additional health-related information is available from the World Health Organization (WHO) at www.who.int and and The National Cancer Institute ("NCI") www.cancer.gov. In the event that you are concerned about possible health effects, the FDA suggests that you limit your own or your children’s radio frequency (RF) exposure by limiting the length of calls or by using handsfree devices.
Safety should be every driver’s first priority. Drivers must obey all local laws that may include restrictions on the use of mobile telephones or accessories while driving. If use is legal, always keep your hands free to operate the vehicle while driving and use a handsfree device whenever possible. Suspend calls in heavy traffic or hazardous weather. Get to know your mobile phone and its features and make any necessary information inputs prior to driving. Do not input data or engage in text messaging while driving. Mobile telephones should not be used when use may be a distraction to the driver.
The Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) has published further info and tips on safe use of mobile telephones at www.ctia.org, which we encourage you to review.
Article ID: 13392 - Last Review: May 17, 2016 - Revision: 5