The Jabra BT3030 Bluetooth device offers stable call quality and widely compatible device paring, according to CNET. The device contains a small rechargeable battery. Unfortunately, over time the battery's charge capacity will diminish. If you use your Jabra BT3030 for several hours every day, you'll need to replace the battery at some point. The good news is that you can swap out the battery in just a few minutes, if you know the proper procedure.
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Things you need
- Flathead screwdriver
Locate the small indented tab on the right-hand side of your Jabra BT3030 device. This tab is located just beneath the headphone jack.
Press in on the tab with a flathead screwdriver.
Lift the main faceplate off your Jabra BT3030 Bluetooth device.
Pull the battery out of the device. The battery is located near the bottom of the Jabra BT3030, close to where the USB power cable connects.
Insert a new battery.
Put the main faceplate back on the Jabra BT3030 and press firmly until you hear the faceplate snap into place.
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