I have had these Insignia headphones for about three months, and they worked fine until I had a new drive put into my computer...Now my computer will not recognize the headphones, no matter what I do...I even tried using this disc, but that didnt help either.
The software is installed but when I press blue tooth devices in range, it doesnt recognize any...I have the little adapter and turned my computer off , thinking perhaps it would recognize it when the computer came back on...Then I pushed the button, until the blue and red lights were flashing and that didnt help either. Thanks for any help.
Bluetooth can be very flakey. You might have a defective headset or dongle. It may have nothing to do with the drive.
But more likely is that something is messed up with the bluetooth drivers. If you installed the drivers on the disc that came with it, try uninstalling them. Reset the headset by pressing the volume up and down at the same time as described in the manual. This will clear all devices in memory. Then reinstall the drivers and try pairing again from scratch.
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Delete the device from the phone, then re-pair the headphones with the phone. If you just turn on the headphones, the device cannot connect because the headphones store the information that you already deleted it on the phone. To pair again with the other device (like a computer, phone, etc) you need to turn off the headphones, then turn on the headphones but press the power/pair button and hold until the led flashes red and blue (like 10 sec after the led turn only blue) to put it in discovery mode. Then turn on your phone and follow the instructions for finding (discovering) your bluetooth headset.
first you have to pair your blue tooth device to your phone,first you turn the bt power to on on your phone menu,next you have to put your blue tooth device headphones into discovery mode,now most bt manufactures use the power button for this feature,by holding the power button down for 6 to 10 seconds when you turn the bt device on it usually puts the bt intodiscovery mode.a solid light usually remains on on your blue tooth device,then you can search or add new device from your phone menu.once they have paired or recognized you will need a pin pairing code.Most manufactures of blue tooth devices use a factory 4 digit pin pairing code ,they are as follows0000,1234,9999,or1111 i hope this helps
power button is the little nipple between the phone and play/pause pictures on right side. You hold down for 2 seconds until blue light comes on to turn on. Too shut off hold down button 4 until red light comes on. if want too pair with device hold button down 6 seconds until light blinks blue red pass code is 0000
Go to Accessory Settings on your PS3.Then go to mange bluetooth devices and hit register new device. while doing this take your headset and put it in discovery mode. You do this by holding the power button and the it alternates between blue and red lights.It should work after that.
To test it go to audio device settings and see if it shows up.