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Did you do the steps listed here? This is the Plantronics information. Your new headset includes Plantronics QuickPair technology to simplify the Bluetooth setup process. The rst time you turn your headset on, your headset automatically enters pairing mode for 10 minutes. Once paired successfully, your headset stays on for instant use. If not sucessfully paired after 10 minutes, your headset automatically powers o. When you turn the headset on again, it automatically goes into pairing mode until successfully paired with a Bluetooth phone. To pair your headset for the rst time: Turn ON the Bluetooth feature on your phone. TIP: For most phones, select Settings/Tools > Connections > Bluetooth > On. See your phone’s user guide for more information. Press and hold the call control button to turn on your headset. (The indicator ashes red/blue to show that the headset is on and in pairing mode.) TIP: If you don’t see the red/blue ash, press and hold the call control button to turn your headset o, and then press and hold the call control button again until you see the red/blue ash. Use the commands on your phone to locate your headset. TIP: For most phones, select Settings/Tools > Connections > Bluetooth > Search > 520Plantronics. See your phone’s user guide for more information. When prompted for the passkey, enter 0000. When pairing is successful, the indicator on your headset ashes blue. Your headset is now connected and ready to use.
The trick with pairing on the blackberry is that the person receiving the file has to allow the file at the same time the sender is initiating the send. This is a security issue with bluetooth on the curve. Once you get the tone you can look at this guide to get everything else setup.
We suggest you to reinsert the sim once again and check for the same. And try to perform the following steps: Apply the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application to your BlackBerry smartphone. Download the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application file using your BlackBerry smartphone browser Note: The Bluetooth Pairing Helper is available for BlackBerry smartphones running BlackBerry Device Software 4.2 and later. Complete the following steps for the Bluetooth Pairing Helper software. The following steps use the Land Rover as an example. Place the vehicle into pairing mode. For instructions, see the vehicle user manual. Start the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application. See links above. The following message appears on the BlackBerry smartphone: Please initiate the pairing process on your car. Click ?Done? when pairing is complete On the vehicle, press the Dial button. The following message appears on the Land Rover, and the progress bar on the Bluetooth Pairing Helper Application begins to advance: Searching The Land Rover display lists the name of the BlackBerry smartphone (and any other Bluetooth devices found within range). This may take one or two minutes. On the vehicle display, use the dial to highlight and then select the BlackBerry smartphone. The vehicle displays a random personal identification number (PIN) to pair. When the BlackBerry smartphone prompts for a PIN, type the PIN shown on the vehicle display in step 8 and press Enter. The BlackBerry smartphone displays Pairing complete. Connect to and press Yes. Pairing completes and an Connection to vehicle succeeded should appear on the BlackBerry smartphone. If the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application does not close, click Done to close the application. If you find the same error as sim rejected even after performing the steps, you need to check with the service provider relavent to the sim problem.
You have to make sure the bluetooth is in a pairing mode for the blackberry to discover it on most bluetooth they have a pairing button turn off your bluetooth headset hold pairing button till the light is solid or flashing red and blue depending on model then search for new should find it