These support guides will help you handle and care for your SAMBA 2 GO.
Making Phone Calls
You can use SAMBA 2 GO to make hands-free phone calls—the SAMBA 2 GO microphone will transmit your voice to the other person or people in the call.
Make sure SAMBA 2 GO is paired with your phone or other Bluetooth® device.
If the audio does not stream automatically, disconnect all other audio devices from SAMBA 2 GO. Then press the upper and lower volume buttons together briefly to establish the connection manually.
To make a call, select the number or contact on your phone as normal. The audio from your phone will automatically be streamed to your audio processor.
If you receive a call, the ring tone will be streamed to your audio processor and the blue LED will flash. Briefly press the multi-function button to accept the call.
To reject the call, press the multi-function button for more than 2 seconds.
To hang up on an active phone call, briefly press the multi-function button.
To stop streaming the phone call through SAMBA 2 GO, double-press the multi-function button. The phone call will now be heard through your phone’s speakers. Double-press the multi-function button to start streaming through SAMBA 2 GO
You can also use the accept and reject buttons on your phone to start or end calls.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such marks by MED‑EL GmbH is under licenses. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
The content on this website is for general informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Please contact your doctor or hearing specialist to learn what type of hearing solution is suitable for your specific needs. Not all products, features, or indications shown are approved in all countries.
Unavailable in Current Language
This page is currently unavailable for your chosen language or country. If you would like to view this page anyway, simply select the button below and we will take you to this content in another language.