We are still investigating this issue. Looks like an issue with iOS 10. (Talked at length with Apple Support. They said if Bluetooth Adapter is successfully pairing with my iPhone (which it is), the problem is more than likely with the Telo.)
In the mean time, kindly check if 'Allow incoming Bluetooth audio transfer' option is enabled on your Telo system. (It is now–see below)
-Connect a computer into Telo's Home Network port (Did that)
-Once the computer detects he new ethernet connection, browse to http:172.27.35.1. It should pull up the Ooma Setup page. (Did that)
-Click on Bluetooth and make sure 'Allow incoming Bluetooth audio transfer' is checked. (It was not checked, so I checked it. Saved settings and then rebooted my Telo. Still having the same problem reported to you.)
Also, we would like to know if the audio problem is specific only to the hd2 handsets? Does the audio works okay if you answer from a regular analog phone in telo's phone port? (Connected a hard wired phone to the Telo phone port. Still having the same problem reported to you.)
(This is very frustrating. Cell phone connectivity with Ooma is one of the main features that attracted me to Ooma.
I read on the forums that this is a known Ooma problem. So what’s the next step?)
I'm losing confidence and suspect that they are not able to fix this!
We have identified this issue as bug. No ETA for fix. But it will be most likely in high priority as a considerable number of our customer base are using iOS with bluetooth. Hopefully a fix will be available on our next firmware update.
Ooma Customer Care Specialist
http://www.gottabemobile.com/ios-10-2-p ... d-to-know/
https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkell ... a8c03321c7
However, I have perused the articles you quoted and seemed to have found the only possible solution is to forget the Ooma Bluetooth connection and try to pair the device again. Does this work? Please provide possible solutions.