09-01-2020 10:17 AM
09-01-2020 10:17 AM
I have several users that are using the Jabra Evolve 75 headset with Teams. If they try to mute themselves using the headset, like the button or putting the mic boom in the up position, Teams does not show that they are muted. They are actually muted though. Other people on the call think that they are unmuted when they're actually muted. If they click the mute button inside of Teams, it does show as muted. I've run repairs on Office, disabled/re-enabled the Teams integration with Jabra Direct, but no luck. Any ideas on this?
09-01-2020 11:12 AM
09-02-2020 08:43 AM
@jsutp88 , I'm having the same problem with my Jabra Evolve 75. It just started happening a couple of days ago. Prior to that the headset worked perfectly with Teams -- mute button, busy light, etc. were fully sync'd. Now none of my Jabra devices sync with Teams. I also have a 510 desktop speaker, which worked perfectly before. The only thing that still works is Skype for Business (which we still have because we are in transition at the moment). I've had the Evolve 75 for months and has always worked. Have done all the things you have done. I even went so far as to uninstalling and reinstalling Teams and Jabra Direct. The only thing that has changed for me is that I changed desks recently, so my hardware got shuffled around. While I tried to make sure that all of the cables got plugged back into their original USB ports there were at least two, one which goes to USB hub where the Jabra Link 370 is plugged into, that got swapped. This caused both the 510 speaker and the Link 370 to get seen as new devices again. Since that time, they are no longer sync'd with Teams.
09-08-2020 04:21 AM
@jmiller_siemens After testing a bit more myself I have to agree. Even Evolve2 85 doesn't show Teams muted when I raise the mic arm up and the headset states "muted".
I have also multiple devices in use so I have found out that it is not that easy sometimes to get everything work properly.
Seems like that this sync is quite delicate instead of robust. It is not a big deal for me but other attendees may wonder why I am not muted (when I am). I tend to mute people in meetings if I see their mic open - unless they are speaking of course. Now I have to consider that they might be on mute but it is just not showing up in Teams.
09-28-2020 06:32 AM
I had the same problem and when I checked under Settings -> Devices, I've noticed that the Audio device was now set up on custom setup, I changed back everything to the Jabra and now it works, when I raise the mic, it shows it's muted in Teams.
09-28-2020 06:44 AM
@DGhost, your message inspired me to go back and double-check my settings. Mine were set to the Jabra device, as you showed, but nothing worked properly - no mute, call indicator, etc. Ironically, I changed the device settings to the opposite of yours and selected Custom -- now everything works fine again. Go figure.