Question about Nokia 7373 Cellular Phone
In standby mode, press Menu. Highlight Applications and click Select.
Highlight Bluetooth and click Select, or just press 4.
Highlight My devices and click Select, or just press 2.
Put your remote device into pairing mode. You can find out how to do this from the manual that came with the device. When the device is in pairing mode, highlightSearch new device and click Select.You'll be asked to enter the PIN number to connect to the device. This is in the documentation that came with the remote device but if in doubt, try 1234 or 0000, as these are the most common PINs.
Once connected, the device's icon will turn orange on the My devices screen, and when you press the red End call key to return to standby mode, you'll see the headphone icon on the top row of the screen.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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