I have successfully paired my H700 with my Motorola "Pocket PC" Cell phone several times. However, after working for a while, the "pairing" seems to be lost, because the cell phone is not transferring the call to the hands-free device.
SO - as a "fix," I have deleted the device "H700" in bluetooth setup mode on my Pocket PC a few times, then redetected and reinstalled the bluetooth device. This always requires a password, which by default according to Motorola is "0000." This four-digit number has always worked in the past.
NOW, however, on my latest attempt to install, the Pocket PC will not take "0000." And the pairing attempt fails. Motorola's 1-800 number automated system said to try "1234," so I did - no dice.
I have tried rebooting my Pocket PC several times - no change. I don't know how to reset the H700 other than to turn it off and on, which I have - repeatedly. The H700 is on steady purple light, which means that it is supposed to be in "pairing mode," and the Pocket PC detects it, but the pairing procedure fails at the stage where the passcode is entered.
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If tv is bluetooth capable, look under menus and pair with H700.
Phones if initially paired will simply need to have bluetooth 'active' (as by default it is usually off). - If not pair - you will need to go through menus under 'settings' to pair with the H700 (also at this point indicate that the H700 is 'trusted device').
The Motorola H700 has Bluetooth v1.2 which is backward compatible with v1.1. The headset works with both Hands-free and Headset profiles and is easy to pair with devices running various operating systems and software. We tested the headset with the Motorola SLVR, Palm Treo 650, the Nokia 9500, the Cingular 8125 and the Cingular 2125, and the headset paired with all devices with ease. To pair the Motorola, turn off the headset first then hold the Call button until the LED ring turns purple, quickly open the boom so that the LED stays solid purple, the headset is now in pairing mode. Use your mobile phone to discover and pair with the headset using “0000” as the default pass code. Call handling between the phone and the headset transferred smoothly and the headset will play notification or a ring tone when a call comes in. When working with the Treo 650, the H700 has an uncomfortably long delay in notifying an incoming call. It starts to ring after the Treo 650 has already ringed 2-3 times. The connection between the phone and the headset is solid. When we paired the Treo 650 to both the Motorola H700 and the Parrot 322 car kit, we can pick up calls on either one and the Motorola H700 worked reliably in this set up. Hope I helpedDr Reed
You will need to enter pairing mode on your device. The H700 User Manual indicates that you do so by first turning off any previously paired device and opening the headset BOOM. The indicator light should light a steady purple while in pairing mode.
You may not need to turn off your phone if you do not desire this, you may be able to get by turning the blue tooth function off and on, on your phone and attempt to pair again.
I had the same problem and I keep trying and trying 1234, 0000 and other numbers I can think of. It was frustrating. I was ready to throw my device away and buy a new one. Then I tried something that I have not and it worked. All I needed to do is to press the big button in the center of the H700 until it turns purple steadily. And then I pulled out the microphone of the H700. The button remained purple. Then I typed the password 0000 into my cellphone. The button will flicker indicating it's finally communicating and then it finally did!. Try that. Hopefully it works for you too. It worked with mine.
Here is a straightforward procedure to "pair" the Motorola H700 bluetooth headset with an iphone
1. Turn off the headset by folding the microphone. 2. On your iphone, go to settings-->General-->Bluetooth-->tap tp turn ON 3. To activate your headset, hold down the center button and keep it pressed while you fold out the microphone.
The iphone will immediately detect the device and state "not paiired" Ignore this message and go ahead and tap on the headset menu displayed on th eipjone screen. You will e prompted fot a security code. Please enter 0000. The iphone will confirm that the devices have een paired successfully. You arer done! To verify, try placing a call from the iphone and you will see a new menu on iphone asking you to choose the headset H700 or speaker phone. Step 3 is the most important step in getting the two devices to talk.
After your phone has found the H700 you have to tell your phone to pair with it. It will then ask for the code. Punch in 0000 and confirm. After a little bit the H700 will flash blue several times rapidly and then start blinking about every 5 or 6 seconds. It is then paired with your phone.
Steps to pair a H700 headset with any bleutooth pone:
Make sure the H700 fully chared (very important)!!
Make sure the microphone boom is folded closed, i.e. power is off!
Hold the call button for 1-5 seconds until the light is steady lit purple
Flip out the microphone boom, the light should stay lit purple!
Now you are ready to pair the headset with your phone, so follow the pairing instructions of your phone.
Note: When prompted for the Passkey; it is most likely 0000 but the correct Passkey should be on the headset accessory instructions.
I must add that indeed my headset on occation (once or twice every three months) also loses its connection with the blackberry (a 8703e) . At which time I have to remove the headset from my phone bluetooth device list, and start the above described steps to pair my headset with the phone again.
It's important to note that the pin has to be entered while the light is still violet. On the phone, begin searching for bluetooth devices. With the boom closed, hold the center button until the light turns violet, then immediately flip the boom open. The phone should immediately find your H700. However, to pair successfully, you must enter the pin (0000) while the light is still violet. If the light goes off, close the boom, enter 0000, and while the phone says processing, hold the center button until the light turns violet and flip the boom open. The light on your H700 will turn blue, then flash rapidly, and your phone should say that it has paired successfully.