Bluetooth and NFC-Assisted Bluetooth for Polycom Trio Systems

Polycom Trio systems support Bluetooth connection and pairing with compatible devices. The Polycom Trio 8800 system supports near-field communication (NFC).

When you enable Bluetooth, users can connect a Bluetooth-capable device, such as a mobile phone, tablet, or laptop to the Polycom Trio system. You can make calls from the connected device and play audio from calls, video, or music from the Polycom Trio system speaker. Note you can connect one device at a time to the Polycom Trio system via Bluetooth. You cannot connect via Bluetooth during an active call. The Polycom Trio 8800 conference phone can remember up to 10 previously paired devices.

When NFC is enabled on the Polycom Trio 8800 system and you connect a personal device to the Polycom Trio 8800, the NFC logo displays on the device screen. When your device is connected over Bluetooth during an audio or a video call, you can use the Polycom Trio system microphones for audio instead of the microphone(s) of your connected device.

Note: The Polycom Trio system does not automatically reconnect to paired devices after the device Bluetooth connection is disconnected or after a reboot of the Polycom Trio system. If the paired Bluetooth device is disconnected or the Polycom Trio system reboots, you must manually reconnect and pair the device to the Trio system.