This document contains a list of mobile phones brands and models and their compatibility statement for features part of the Cisco Mobile Link feature set, available on the SPA 525G2 IP Phone.
The document outlines the following areas:
General compatibility: Defines whether the mobile phone can be considered compatible for the Cisco Mobile Link.
Pairing: Mobile phone can pair (link) with the SPA 525G2
Import Address Book: SPA 525G2 can import the mobile phone agenda into the personal directory
Placing call: SPA 525G2 can place a call though the mobile phone
Receive call: SPA 525G2 can receive a call through the mobile phone
Audio switch to mobile phone: SPA 525G2 can switch audio (of a Mobile Link call) to the mobile phone, known as privacy mode
Audio switch to IP Phone: SPA 525G2 can switch audio (of a mobile call) from the mobile phone, known as privacy mode
Battery indicator: SPA 525G2 can display the mobile phone battery level while on a mobile link call
Signal strenght indicator: SPA 525G2 can display the mobile network signal strenght while on a mobile link call
USB Charging: SPA 525G2 can charge the mobile phone battery via the USB port
OK, feature works ok
OK*, feature works but with some caveats or limitations
NOK, feature does not work properly
NA, feature not applicable, not supported by mobile phone
The list includes the mobile phones that have been tested against SPA 525G2. If your mobile phone is not included on the list, it is not guaranteed it will work with the SPA 525G2. For reference, the SPA 525G2 supports the following Bluetooth standards:
Phone Book Access profile v1.0 (for importing phone book)
Handsfree profile v1.5 (for connecting mobile phones)
Headset profile v1.1 (for connecting bluetooth headsets)
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