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Hi, you can use this instruction to pair your blue tooth with your cell phone:
Pair Your Blackberry with a Bluetooth Headset
Turn on Bluetooth headset and Blackberry hand-held.
Enable the Bluetooth radio by going to the options window and clicking on Bluetooth. Click on Enable Bluetooth in that window.
Add your Bluetooth headset to your Blackberry by clicking on Add Device in the Bluetooth window.
Find and select the name of your Bluetooth headset from the list that appears. The Blackberry will search for all Bluetooth devices within range, so other devices might show up on the list.
Click Activate Bluetooth device if you receive a call and the Bluetooth headset does not pick up automatically.
Use your Bluetooth Headset with your Blackberry
Make sure the Bluetooth radio on your Blackberry is turned on before you try to use your Bluetooth headset.
Use the voice-dial feature to call contacts if your headset has that capability. Not all headsets support voice dialing, but more of the newer models do.
Press the on/off button on your headset to end a call or use the end button on the handheld.
Tips & Warnings
Pair your Blackberry with any Bluetooth-enabled device using the same steps as those for connecting a Bluetooth headset.
Remove your Bluetooth headset from the list of paired devices on your Blackberry by selecting and clicking on Delete Device in the Bluetooth window.
Configure your Blackberry to connect to a paired Bluetooth headset without asking for authorization in the Bluetooth Device Properties window. That will allow your headset to automatically reconnect even if you take it out of range temporarily.
Only configure a Bluetooth headset to your Blackberry once. Once you configure the pairing between the two devices, the settings are saved and you do not have to repeat the processes each time you use it.
Turn off the Bluetooth radio on your Blackberry when not in use for security reasons.
Adjust volume on your headset or hand-held to a comfortable level. Excess volume from in-the-ear headsets can cause hearing damage.
fold the phone and look at the headset/data connector on the bottom. are there any debris, metal flecks, corrosion on the contacts? If so, try picking out any junk with a toothpick (careful, be gentle) and/or cleaning the contacts with a pencil eraser. Pay special attention to pins 2 and 3 - if they are shorted out then the phone will think there is a headset present. see:
The first troubleshooting question is do you have the in-call volume turned down? If not, then it's a physical problem.
Razrs are notorious for various speaker problems. If you're adventurous, you can open it and see if a wire has slipped or shorted out. Please note that this will void your warranty! Otherwise, I would just recommend taking it to your cellular provider and asking them to replace it. Many providers will replace handsets for free if there's no physical or water damage to it.
In the meantime, try using the mini-USB headset that Motorola ships with the phone or picking up a third-party one, or use a Bluetooth headset.
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