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To Pair: 1. Turn on your Bluetooth speaker/headphones (slide switch to BT) 2.
Light should turn on Blue. If not, plug speaker into USB
connector and light will turn Red to indicate it's charging. 3. Make sure Bluetooth is turned on your PC or Phone. Select device name: CMA3532BT. 4. Enter pairing code (passcode): 0000 or you can try: 1234
Ok.. you need to do the following:
1. Turn the headset off.
2. Turn on the Bluetooth on your iPhone (it will automatically start searching for Bluetooth devices)
3. Press and keep pressing the power button on your BH-105 Nokia Headset until you hear two sounds, the first is the one that notify's you that the Headset is turned on, keep pressing and you will hear another sound (like a beep), once you hear that second sound release the power button on the headset and voilaaa... your iPhone detected the Headset... Cheers...
Sounds like you have a bum unit. Plantronics gives a 1 year warranty with every wireless product, I'd send it back.
Have you made sure that you're turning it on correctly? You push the call answer button and hold it down for about 3 - 5 seconds before it turns on, until the blue light turns on. Make sure that you don't hold it longer than that or it will go into pairing mode.
This may be a broken or loose wire in your headset that prevents you from hearing them.
Or the headset is not turned on. Press the call control button for 2 seconds until you hear a beep or see the indicator light glow blue to turn headset on. Your headset is out of range. Move the headset closer to the phone or Bluetooth device.
Had the same problem with the BT250v 'connected' to my Nokia 6021. When connected to my notebook, the 250 did produce sound, so decided the Nokia was the problem. Fixed the problem by doing a full reboot of the phone like this:
Jabra: Turn off the 250
Phone: Delete the BT connection to the Jabra (in BT settings)
Phone: Switch off BT
Phone: Turned off the phone (I've even removed the battery)