I'm having problems setting my headset for paring with my Blackberry pearl. The documentation says to hold the answer button until a blue light apprears. The devices keep turning off and on without getting the solid blue light which indicates it's ready to pair with my phone. Am I holding the button wrong or too long? TIA
Fully charge your Jabra BT150 and switch on by pressing the
Press the answer/end button and the volume up (+) button together,
to put the Jabra BT150 in pairing mode
Set your mobile phone to ?discover a Bluetooth device?
(see your phone user guide)
Press Yes or OK when asked if you want to pair the phone with
the Jabra BT150
Enter passkey or PIN = 0000 (4 zeros), then press Yes or OK
Your phone will confi rm when pairing is complete
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Press and hold the center round on/off button for 10 seconds to put Jabra BT2050 into pairing mode. Type in pin "0000" when the BlackBerry 8520 detected the bluetooth headset, then the two should be paired. Hope this help.
Be sure the the headset in in 'Pairing' mode. When in pairing mode, the light should be flashing red and blue or have a steady blue.
The put most headsets in pairing mode, turn headset OFF, then hold the power button until it goes into pairing mode as discribed above.
Then you can discover it with your phone or PC. Pin (pass key) should be 0000 (4 Zeros) or try 1111, 1234, 9999
Hold the volume up (+) button down along with the call button for 5-10 seconds (until the led lis solid). Then, while the led is lit up, initiate the pairing on your phone. It should pair this time. It worked for my phone, which was having the same problem you described.
If you have lost the pairing on your Blackberry with the headset follow these simple steps below:
• Setting the headset into pairing mode
1) Ensure the headset is fully charged
2) The headset must be switch off
3) Press and hold the on button for +- 8 seconds until the light flashes red-blue
4) The headset is now in pairing mode
• Searching for the headset on the Blackberry
1) Go to “settings” or “connections”
2) Select Bluetooth, then options
3) Select Devices and click add
4) The Blackberry should search for any available Bluetooth devices and display what was found
5) Select the Samsung device and click add
6) You will be required to enter in a pass code which is standard ‘0000’. If not try '1234'.
7) If successful then the headset will start flashing BLUE every few seconds.
On my blackberry I have to turn bluetooth on. Then on the WEP 200 hold down the button untill you hear a series of beeps. The light should blink every so often once its on. Then go to bluetooth options and search for devices.
Hold down the call from an off position until the button lights up in purple color. Flips open the microphone boom. The purple light stays on. Click OK to start the pairing with Blackberry Pearl. When asked for passkey, key in 4 zeroes then press enter. Pairing should be complete from this point.