I just bought a h500 motorola bluetooth headset, and youre supposed to charge it, however the light does not come on at all. is it possible i have to wait longer for light to turn on? i can still return it though. thanks
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The H500 is a monaural headset, thus good for phone calls only, not for listening to stereo music. You haven't specified which Motorola phone you own. Check in its user guide if it is able to handle stereo bluetooth headsets (i.e. if it bears the A2DP and AVRCP bluetooth profiles), which are suitable for music streams. If your phone is able to handle them, go to the mall (or store, or even online), buy one set which suits you better, pair them with your phone and enjoy!
Just my 2 cents...
Hold the phone button down for about 4 seconds.. The light should blink 2 times and then stay on to add device to your phone once connected light will go out...Hold button down again light will blink 3 times and go off...........
Make sure the wall socket it's plugged into is on. Some have wall switches that must be turned on to activate the socket. Leave it plugged in over night if you are using it the first time. Plug something else into the socket (like a desk lamp) to make sure it is delivering electricity.
If it still doesn't turn on after attempting to charge with an electrical socket you know works, the product may be defective.
I CHARGED MY BRAND NEW MOTO H500 HEADSET FOR 3 HRS CAME BACK AND BLUE LIGHT WAS OFF. THAT MEANS FULLY CHARGED. WHEN DISCONNECTED FROM CHARGER. I TRIED TO TURN IT ON AND NO LIGHT OCCURED. FLASHING.. STEADY... PULSING... OR ANYTHING
AFTER CHARGING headset hold down big button in center of headset until BLUE INDICATOR LIGHT REMAINS SOLID BLUE
tHEN TURN THE BLUETOOTH OPTION ON YOU CELL ON
GO IN TO MENU UNDER BLUETOOTH OR CONNECTIONS SELECT ADD DEVICE YOUR CELL WILL SARCH FOR DEVICE WHEN IT FINDS IT THE NAME OF THE BLUETOOTH WILL APPEAR ON DISPLAY CELL WILL THIS ASK CONNECT OR BOND WITH DEVICE SELECT YES IT CELL WILL ASK FOR PASSCODE PUT IN 0000 THEN AFTER THIS BLUETOOTH HEADSET SHOULD START FLASHING INDICATING HEASET HAS CONNECTED
Motorola devices use proprietary USB cables on their chargers. There is a resister on the cable that has no purpose other than to let the phone/headset know it is a "Motorola Authorized" charger, which is a complete load of hogwash. A normal USB cable, hooked to any generic PC, will not charge them (says unauthorized charger on phones) UNLESS the Motorola driver is loaded on the PC, which magically makes the PC a Motorola Authorized USB charger.
Bottom line: use the Motorola USB charger that came with it, and then write a nice love note to Motorola saying how much you like their product's "feature".
You need to full charge both units first before to try them again. YOU MUST KNOW ONE MAIN KEY HERE IS THE BLUETOOTH HEADSET MUST BE IN PAIRING MODE WHICH IS MEAN THAT THE LED MUST IN STANDING MODE NOT IN FLASHING MODE AND WHEN THE LED OF THE BLUETOOTH HEADSET IS IN STANDING MODE, BRING IT CLOSER TO YOUR PHONE AND BE SURE YOUR PHONE BLUETOOTH FEATURE IS ON AND BE RECOGNIZED FROM OTHER DEVICES. Try to restart carefully step by step each device as described above and then if you still can not get them pairing then either on eof them has Bluetooth function impaired. You need to have another Bluetooth Headset to test whether your phone Bluetooth function or the Headset has it. Good Luck