This is not an all inclusive list. If your phone is not listed here please look up the headset jack specifications for your phone to see if it will be compatible.
Apple: iPhone first generation, 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5, iPad 1/2/3/4
Alcatel Tribe OT-980 / OT-980A
Blackberry: BlackBerry Bold 9000, Bold 9700, Bold/Javelin/Niagara, Bold 9650, Bold 9780, Bold/Onyx 9700, Surve 2 8930, Curve 3G 9330/9300, Curve 8900, Curve 8530, Curve/Gemini 8520, Curve 8330, Curve 8320, Curve 8310, Curve 8300, Curve 85xx, Pearl Flip, Pearl Flip 8220, Pearl Flip 8230, Pearl 8130, Pearl 8120, Pearl 8110, Storm 9530, Storm 9500, Storm 2 9550, Storm 2 9520, Tour 9630, Style 9670, Pearl 3G 9100, Torch 9800
DELL Streak, Streak 7, Venue Pro
Palm Pixi, Pixi Plus, Pre, Pre 2, Pre Plus, Treo 680, Treo 750 / Treo 750v / HTC Cheetah, Treo Pro
HTC HD2, 7 Trophy/Spark, Aria, Arrive, Desire (CDMA), Droid Eris, Droid Incredible 2, Droid Incredible ADR6300, EVO 4G, EVO View/Shift 4G, Freestyle, Google Nexus One GSM, HD7, Hero CDMA/GSM, Imagio / XV6975, Inspire 4G, Merge, Touch Pro 2 XV6875, Touch HD, Surround, Thunderbolt, Wildfire, Explorer, Bee, Nexus One
Huawei M735, M750
Kyocera Echo, M6000 Zio / Sanyo SCP-8600 Zio, Kyocera Rio E3100
LG Chocolate Touch VX8575, VX9700 Dare, enV Touch VX-11000, CT810 Incite, Tritan AX-840 / UX-840, Samba LG8575, VS740/US740 Aoex, Arena, Chocolate 3, Fathom VS750, G2x, GS390 Prime, GW300, GW620, Lotus LX600, Neon II, Optimus M MS690 / Optimus C, Optimus T, Quantum C900, Rumor Touch / LN510,
Tritan AX-840 / UX-840, Vortex VS660, VX9700 Dare
Motorola A45 Eco, A630, Atrix 4G / MB860, BACKFLIP, Bravo MB520, Charm MB502, CITRUS / WX445, Cliq, CLIQ 2, CLIQ XT, Crush / W835, DEFY MB525, Devour / A555, Droid2 / Droid 2 Global, Droid A855, Droid Pro / A957 / XT610, Droid X, Flipout, FLIPSIDE, Hint QA30, i856 Debut, Karma QA1, Krave ZN4, MILESTONE, Milestone 2 A954, MILESTONE XT720,
Moto surf A3100, Q, Motorola RAZR Vegas VE20, Rival A455, ROKR E8, ROKR EM330, ROKR Z6m, Ve440, WX404 Grasp,
XOOM, Zine ZN5
Mytouch 3G 1.2, 3G Fender, 3G Slide, 4G
Nokia will not work
Samsung Acclaim SCH-R880, Captivate SGH-i897, Continuum SCH-i400, Craft SCH-R900, Droid Charge 4G LTE, Epic 4G, Evergreen SGH-A667, Exec SCH-i225, Finesse SCH-R810, Flight II SGH-A927, Focus SGH-I917, Freeform / Link SCH-R350 / SCH-R351, Galaxy 3 i5801 / i5800 / Apollo, Galaxy Indulge SCH-R910, Gem SCH-i100, Instinct SPH-M800, Intercept SPH-M910, Intrepid SPH-i350, Messager III SCH-r570, Messager II SCH-R560, Messager Touch SCH-R630 / SCH-R631, Moment SPH-M900, Mythic SGH-A897, Nexus S / GT-i9020T, Omnia II SCH-I920, Profile SCH-R580, Reality SCH-U820, Reclaim SPH-M560, Restore SPH-M570, Rogue SCH-U960, SCH-R350 Freeform, SCH-R470 Twostep, SCH-U490 Trance / Violin, SCH-U520, SCH-U940 Glyde, Seek SPH-M350, SGH-I607 Blackjack, SGH-T519 Trace, SPH-M360, SPH-M500, SPH-M610, Suede R710, Transform SPH-M920, Trill SCH-R520
Sharp FX, Hiptop 3, Sidekick 2008 / Gekko, Sidekick 3
Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro, Xperia X10, Xperia X1 GSM, Z710 / Z710i
T-Mobile G2, Danger Sidekick, HD2
ZTE E520 Agent
Any laptop or netbook with a single microphone/headphone jack
Macbook, Macbook Pro (2009 or newer)
HP netbook, iPAQ Glisten
Posted by Unknown on 1st Sep 2012
Its really hard to find a two two pole adapter to a single four pole and the manufacturer of my gaming headphones charges to much to ship. These are an affordable option that provide excellent quality. Shipping was quick and reasonably priced. They click together very firmly and work well.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Aug 2012
There's not much to say. I didn't see many such cables on the 'net, this is the only one I tried, and it works just fine. Having color-coded jacks is a plus. The price was reasonable. Delivery didn't take long.
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Posted by Tommy Taylor on 12th Jul 2012
This product is great! The 3.5mm headset (TRRS) plug is thin and fits easily into recessed jacks, the cables and jacks are sturdy and durable. I can connect my smartphone to my hearing aids with this product using their DAI input and a lapel microphone. This product also makes for an awesome smartphone hands free car kit by allowing the headphone connection to go to the aux in on my car stereo and the mic connection to go to a lapel microphone cliped on to my visor. This item also allows me to connect my PC headset to my smartphone. How did I ever get along without it.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Jul 2012
Works nice and fast shipment. Would be nice to have it in a color other than pink.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Jun 2012
Seems to work well......
Posted by J-D from Switzerland on 6th Jun 2012
Quality is good and shipping was fast.
The only bad news is the price : this cable is a little bit expansive!
Posted by Alfredo Torrejon on 23rd May 2012
I had considered building my own adapter, but I found that four-conductor 3.5mm plugs are somewhat difficult to find and expensive. Moreover, the bodies of these solder-type plugs are often too fat to fit into jacks that are recessed or into the openings of mobile phone cases. The Headset Buddy has a very slender plug that was designed to be used with phone cases.
The jacks on The Headset Buddy have a firm snap action that securely holds plugs in place. I have not owned the adapter long enough to see if the reliability issues that others have noted are real. I will take care never to pull on the Headset Buddy's cables, as they are thin.
The main idea I want to state in this review is that I think that the versatility of this product is understated. This adapter can be used not just with phones but also with many laptops that combine the headphone and microphone connections onto one jack. The adapter's green headset jack can be connected to the auxiliary audio input of a car radio, to the line input of a stereo system, or to computer speakers. The pink microphone jack can be connected to a variety of different types of microphones (a while back I found a tie-clip condenser mic, intended for use with laptop computers, that works like a champ).
The only reason that I did not give this product five stars is that I think the price is a bit high. Unfortunately, there aren't many other companies that make this type of adapter.
Posted by T. Watson on 17th Jan 2012
All of my old Dell laptops had separate ports for microphone and headset speakers. My new Dell has one port for both. After hours trying to find compatible headsets on Dell's site and 3 "Big Box" stores, I finally found Headset Buddy. It worked great with my existing headset / mic set, plus also plugs into my IPhone! The clarity is awesome, and the price can't be beat. A great product.
Posted by Eric Wadsworth on 20th Oct 2011
I have a Plantronics headset that has two plugs, one for headphones and one for microphone. My Lenovo thinkpad W510 has a jack that supports headphones with microphone. This adapter plugs into that fancy jack, and my headphone plugs connect to the adapter, resulting in a usable headset without having to use the USB adapter that came with the headset, that lacks linux drivers. The only improvement that I can think of is a 90-degree plug, so the wire isn't in the way of my mouse on the right side of the computer.