Question about Cell Phones
I have a motorola H721 multipoint head set. its a great head set with noise cancellation.. I work outdoors and need all the help i can get...
I have the iphone 3g and a work phone Nokia..
my problem is that the iphone will not mulitpoint with the bluetooth.
it will pair but when i pair it with any other phone the iphone bucktooth goes into twilight zone... the symbol is there but white not blue... now if I un-pair the other cell and re pair the iphone comes back to life..
Trust me I tried a lot of combo's.. even used my son's 3g to see if mine was defective.....
We made sure that the iphone was completly turned off before i paired it with the other phone
please help me Fixya, your my only hope. (sorry starwars marathon)
I actually have both products, and I was able to get my bluetooth to work with 2 phones. All you have to do is first pair your phone with the H721. Then in the phones functions, turn off the bluetooth so it is no longer in discovery or connected...but do not turn off the bluetooth itself, just in the phones settings. Then go to the bluetooth settings in the iphone. you should see the H721 in discovery but not connected. Before connecting it you must put the H721 into discovery mode as well. Hold all three buttons down for 19 sec. it will go solid blue. then push connect on your iphone. onces connected, go to the original phone and turn the setting back on for bluetooth connection. both are now connected. Only one may apear to be connected, but both are. test it with another phone. call each number and you will see that you can now answer both calls with one device. If the iphone is connected and phone 1 rings...the H721 disconnects temporarily from the iphone and connects to the other device to answer it. Hope this helps. Cause thats how I got mine to work.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Well what you will have to do is when pairing with the BT for the Iphone you will have to take the BT off on the nokia for this to work properly.
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