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Re: blackberry 8100 bluetooth pairing problem
Universal Compatibility: Fully compatible with iPhone, iPod, iPad, Tablets, Other Smartphone, most speakers, TV, and radio, easily plugs into any powered PC speakers, Car & Home Stereo Sound System.
Small and Simple: Its outline feels like a mini iPhone 6, petite and charming, it doesn't need much space in your car; Simple buttons design, easy operation, you can get away from complicated operation of some other Bluetooth receivers.
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You have to pair both devices first.
turn on Bluetooth on both devices
look for Bluetooth setup>pair devices>search for devices (may not be exactly but somewhat close)
in the search list look for you Nokia device
select it and enter a pass-code (on both devices)
now the devices are paired
then, on your Blackberry, go to Media>receive a file
send the file from your nokia and accept the request on your blackberry
your BB will ask where you want to save the file, select the folder and you're done!
Hi,the BlackBerry Pearl is a versatile mobile phone. It's primarily a Smartphone that's suitable for business use but it's also equipped with some decent entertainment features. The pearl can also play music files which you can enjoy with the help of a hands free Bluetooth headset. Let me teach you how to pair a Blackberry Pearl Smartphone to a Bluetooth headset.
Things You'll Need:
* Blackberry Pearl Smartphone * Bluetooth headset
Turn on your Bluetooth headset by pressing and holding the multifunction button.
Check if the LED light is a solid blue. Turn off the headset and repeat the first step if the light is blinking.
Activate the Bluetooth wireless connection on your BlackBerry Pearl by Going into your "Settings" menu
Select the "Options" menu to go to your connectivity settings
Click on the "Bluetooth" option to activate the connection
Choose the "Add Device" option on your BlackBerry Pearl to locate the headset
Wait for a while as your Smartphone locates the Bluetooth headset
Enter 0000 for the password after selecting the headset to complete the Bluetooth pairing process
After that, your Done !!!!you can now send and receive. But after following this instruction and no solution yet, that means there is something wrong with your blue tooth. Corrupted. You will need to reset the phone.
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.
when pressing the call button to turn on hold it a little longer then usual after the headset has turn on, it will flah red and blue, then simply do a bluetooth scan with your phone, it will detect the headset.
The Blackberry Pearl was designed to work with 2.0 model bluetooth handsfree headsets. Whereas the Motorola H500 is compatible with 1.1 - 1.2 bluetooth apps only. I'm guessing you will have to dish out the cash on this one, sorry!