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Bluetooth pairing Any ideas on how to get my new Blackberry to bond with my Motorola headset? It worked fine with my other Blackberry. Thanks in advance, Dan

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  • enm0527 Mar 13, 2009

    i have tried this several times. the bluetooth headset is paired and appears to connect, but it still doesn't work. i believe there must be a problem with the blackberry device because i have paired it with another headset and it still wont work. advice?

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Try the following:

a) Options->Bluetooth->Enable Bluetooth
b) switched on the Moto headset (blue light blinking)
c) options->bluetooth->add device
d) searching for devices....---> here it should find the headset and pair....

If it does not work do the following

After doing the above, do the following:
e). Start the headset. Start with the headset powered off, and hold the Call button for 10 seconds or so, until the light stays on. (Initially, the light will flash a few times before getting steady.) If the light is flashing, or if the light starts flashing anytime during steps f) through g), the headset is not in pairing mode, and this step (step e) must be repeated, again starting with headset powered off.

Select the Headset:
f.) Go back to phone, and select "[Look for Devices]." The phone starts searching for Bluetooth devices.
g). Once phone is finished searching, you get a list of one or more devices under the heading "Scan Results." Select the headset.
h). The next screen will read "Bond With ..headset." Select "Yes."
i). The next screen will be "Enter Bluetooth Passkey." Enter 0000 and select "OK." A screen will confirm pairing and connection. When the pairing is complete, the light on the headset will flash.

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