1. Enable Bluetooth by going to the Station List screen, and hitting the BlackBerry key to pull up the menu. Select Options in the menu, then enable Bluetooth in the options menu (and save).
2. Ensure your device is properly paired and connected to your BlackBerry.
3. In our testing, not all A2DP stereo headsets work properly with all BlackBerry devices. Not only do these headsets experience audio issues with Pandora, they also have problems playing music with the native media player--so this issue seems to be out of our control. For example, on a Curve 8330 the Sony DR-BT160As headset exhibited 'crackling' and tempo shifts (audio playing slower than it should) in both Pandora and the BlackBerry media player.
4. Not all mono (non-A2DP) headsets can play audio.
5. When using both Bluetooth A2DP and Wi-Fi, the audio may cut out for brief periods during network activity. This is a known radio interference problem with BlackBerry and other mobile devices, and unfortunately there is nothing we can do about this.
If you're having issues listening to Pandora over the Auxiliary port, disable Bluetooth by going to the Station List screen, and hitting the BlackBerry key to pull up the menu. Select Options in the menu, then disable Bluetooth in the options menu (and save).
*This feature may not be available outside the U.S.