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Connect the iPhone Dual Dock or iPhone Bluetooth Travel Cable to a USB 2.0 port on your computer (not on the keyboard).
Connect iPhone and the headset to the dock or cable. The headset pairs with iPhone automatically.
Pairing iPhone Bluetooth Headset with another Bluetooth-enabled deviceTo pair the iPhone Bluetooth Headset with another wireless device, such as a Bluetooth-enabled phone or computer. Step 1: Set the headset to be discoverable
Turn off the headset.
Press and hold the headset button for about eight seconds, until you hear the startup tone and then five quick high beeps.
The headset is now discoverable and will remain so for about five minutes. The status light blinks while the headset is discoverable.
Step 2: Turn on Bluetooth on the other device and search for devices
On the device, turn Bluetooth on and set the device to search for other Bluetooth devices.
On the device, choose iPhone Bluetooth Headset and enter the PIN code 0000.
See the instructions that came with your other Bluetooth-enabled device for more information about pairing it with Bluetooth devices.
Have you tried to make a call without using bluetooth device?if you can call normally on your handset then,your bluetooth seems to be the problem,as long as bluetooth is paired or connected,there should be no problem on your phone device when making incoming and outgoing call.
Try to test another bluethooth headset to see and conclude which is the problem.
its the iphone, they still have not designed them to be "device friendly".
Still, Apple is playing their proprietary game where they refuse to make their devices compatible with others throughout the world. Having said that, the iPhone 4, is still only designed for voice to Bluetooth, handset to apple/mac interface, and for streaming music to compatible stereo Bluetooth headsets. I apologize for the not so good news, but apple still refuses to impliment software that makes this devices accessible from most other handheld devices.
abra burst onto the audio microtechnology scene in the early 1980s,
gaining initial attention for its Macintosh EarPHONE telephony
products. Jabra's cell phone
Bluetooth headsets have also garnered wide acclaim for their sleek
aesthetics and compact form. Jabra Bluetooth headsets can be connected
or "paired" with virtually any cell phone by using a few simple steps.
Ensure that your Jabra headset is turned completely off. Press
the tap button on the headset until it ceases flashing and the light
down the tap button to power your Jabra headset back on. Keep holding
the power button until the lit power indicator cycles past flashing
mode and becomes solid.
Release the power button.
Navigate through your cell phone "Settings" menu and ensure your "Bluetooth" or "Hands-free" section is set to the "On" or "Active" mode.
Elect to "Search for new devices" or "Find new devices" on your phone's Bluetooth or hands-free menu.
Place the Jabra headset close to your phone to ensure it can be discovered by your cell phone.
Select a "Connect" or "Pair" option once the Jabra headset name is discovered and displays on your cell phone.
Enter the default passcode by entering "0000" on your cell phone keypad.
that the Jabra headset has been paired. Look for the Bluetooth icon in
the upper portion of your cell phone screen. Make a call to verify that
audio is being routed through the Jabra headset.
Pairing your Headset: When the headset is off press and hold the MFB until the LED alternately flashes blue and red. Active your mobile handset’s Bluetooth function by referring to your mobile handset user quide for details. Set the mobile handset to search for Bluetooth devices. Select i.Tech Blueband from the list. Enter the passkey “8888” (new devices needs “0000”) and press “ok”. Then press “connection” on your mobile.
a) Options->Bluetooth->Enable Bluetooth
b) switched on the Moto headset (blue light blinking)
c) options->bluetooth->add device
d) searching for devices....---> here it should find the headset and pair....
If it does not work do the following
After doing the above, do the following:
e). Start the headset. Start with the headset powered off, and hold
the Call button for 10 seconds or so, until the light stays on.
(Initially, the light will flash a few times before getting steady.) If
the light is flashing, or if the light starts flashing anytime during
steps f) through g), the headset is not in pairing mode, and this step
(step e) must be repeated, again starting with headset powered off.
Select the Headset:
f.) Go back to phone, and select "[Look for Devices]." The phone starts searching for Bluetooth devices.
g). Once phone is finished searching, you get a list of one or more devices
under the heading "Scan Results." Select the headset.
h). The next screen will read "Bond With ..headset." Select "Yes."
i). The next screen will be "Enter Bluetooth Passkey." Enter
0000 and select "OK." A screen will confirm pairing and connection. When the pairing is complete, the light on the headset