I can't believe it either but I'm sure glad it does. I've been without music for a while.
I had been using my blue-tooth headset for music almost exclusively (wired headset had gotten scratchy and lost a channel if bumped, so I tended to use the blue-tooth more - better sound anyway), but one night the blue-tooth battery died, so I plugged in my stock Pre headset it and finished listening to my play-list.
The next day I discovered blue-tooth wouldn't work to listen to music, radio, or podcasts, although it would work for voice mail. Then I discovered the headset wouldn't work for answering a call and deduced, slowly but surely, that I had got stuck in headset mode.
I read up all kinds of fixes here and nothing worked, so I've just lived with it since the beginning of August. My Jawbone Icon worked like a champ to allow me to continue to use the phone as a phone, but the ringer volume was weird (I could barely hear it ring or notify me when mail or texts arrived - those sounds were quieter, independent of whatever sound setting, like they are when the headset is plugged in), and I was just bummed to be cut off from my MP3s and podcasts.
I didn't see this fix in my initial travels around here when I was specifically looking to fix it back in early August, but tonight as I was lurking around and checking reactions to the recent HP drama I happened to see this thread.
So I took a deep breath and scraped off some No. 2 pencil shavings and maneuvered them into the headset port.
Wow. Too easy.
The wired headset is still scratchy and still loses a channel if bumped, but it now comes in and out of headset/handset mode. I can once again use the handset to answer and listen to calls and I can also use a blue-tooth headset to listen to music, podcasts, etc.
So great. Thanks.