My bluetooth is new and was recently paired with my wifes phone, but it is no longer in the bluetooth menu in her phone and it wont pair to my phone, insted when i turn it on her phone says jabra vbt85z trying to connect allow? i dont know how to get it to pair to my phone at all.
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Re: lg env2/ jabra vbt85z bluetooth pairing
You will have to go in and reconnect it. When it says allow, be sure to push yes. You may have accidently turned of the internal connection in your phone. Go to bluetooth menu in your phone, click the bluetooth that is yours, and click connect. I did that once, and this fixed my problem. I dont think you can have it paired to more than one phone at a time. It wont know which one to answer. Good luck.
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Your car's bluetooth can only be paired to one device at a time. You would have to release it from your ohone to allow it to pair with hers. It's actually uncommon for any bluetooth audio device to be capable of pairing to multiple devices. I know that Jabra is the only manufacturer that I have found with headsets that will pair multiple devices.
Short answer is that it simply won't work.
I have the env Touch and the Jabra Halo. Initially, I had a problem pairing the two, then I realized that I was not following the directions properly. The manual shows two sections for pairing ("first time pairing" and "later pairing"). I was following the instructions for the former when I should have been following the latter. I also failed to notice that the BT indicator was flashing blue and not solid blue, as it needs to be, for pairing mode. So, if you haven't already done so, follow the instructions for "later pairing" here. Make sure that you see the SOLID blue light on the BT indicator on the headset when you try to pair.
My advice would be to re-pair the two devices. In the Bluetooth menu on you phone find 'paired devices' and delete the headset from the list. Next you will need to put the Bluetooth headset into pairing mode. Make sure it is switched off and then press and hold the power button on the headset and keep pressing it ( some headsets need to also have the up volume button pressed at the same time). What should happen is either a solid blue light of alternate flashing of two colours. (pairing mode varies on different headsets and you made need instructions or call Jabra) At this point on the phone in the Bluetooth menu search new devices. It should find your headset and request pairing code. Code should be '0000' or some headsets use '1234'. This should now set up a fresh pairing and work again. Hope that helps.
I have a Jabra VBT 2050 bluetooth headset. As per the product user manual(page 8) this device is compatible with any bluetooth mobile phones with bluetooth version 1.1 or higher.
My LG Shine CU720 mobile phone is not able to detect the VBT 2050 device. I checked the specification of mobile phone & its bluetooth 1.2. I am able to pair the VBT 2050 with other bluetooth mobile devices.
Could you help me resolve my problem. Appreciate quick help
7. Pair it with your phone
Before you use your Jabra BT125, you need to pair it with your mobile
phone. (Follow step 1-4 in fig. 3).
1. Put the headset in pairing mode
• Make sure the headset is off .
• Press and hold the answer/end button until a solid blue light comes on.
2. Set your Bluetooth phone to ‘discover’ the Jabra BT125
Follow your phone’s instruction guide. This usually involves going to a
‘setup,’ ‘connect’ or ‘Bluetooth’ menu on your phone and selecting the
option to ‘discover’ or ‘add’ a Bluetooth device.* (See example from a
typical mobile phone in fig. 3).
3. Your phone will find the Jabra BT125
Your phone then asks if you want to pair with it. Accept by pressing ‘Yes’ or
‘OK’ on the phone and confirm with the passkey or PIN = 0000 (4 zeros).
Your phone will confirm when pairing is complete. In case of unsuccessful
pairing, repeat steps 1 to 3.
re: Carmen66. Your advise 'bluetooth' "device is out of range or powered off", worked like magic. Yes, it's a pain to power off the phone and restart it before connecting the bluetooth, but heck it works. Reboot, so simple, inconvenient, but works with GREAT success! Thnk You.Very Helpful. First new phone in a few yrs and was ready to take it all back.
well what you have to do is to go to the bluetooth menu turn it on and select add new device now on you jabra headset it has an answer button wich you can press untill the blue light stays on that when the env can find and paire the device