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you can connect your sony ericsson t616 to your motorola h700. for that you have to switch on the bluetooth in your phone then you must switch on your bluetooth headset. after that from your phone select the option "search for any devices". but i would suggest that you can go for a sony ericsson bluetooth headset instead of any other brand,because motorola might not be compatible.
First you have to check if the bluetooth is universal or works with your mobile phone; if it does then it could be that your phone has been set not to be visible to any device. You can change that by going to the bluetooth settings or option and change the visibility setting.
sorry to let you know but sony w180 does not suort an A2DP profile,
which is necessary to listen music wirelessly. so u'll have to change ur handset if
u want to listen to music via ur bluetooth headset.!!
Make sure you do as it says on the pairing section. i was having the same problem (no devices found) until i followed as it said on #2, when wep200 is off press the multi-function key until the blue light comes on solid approximately 8 secs. I have a samsung instinct and it read just fine after that.
blinking red and green means the headset is in pairing mode and ready to be connected to your phone. This means it is either the first time you have paired the headset or you have depressed the volume +/- buttons simultaneously for more than 5 seconds. If your phone cannot find the headset, it may be a compatibility issue. Try pairing the headset with a friends phone, possibly a sony ericsson. Good luck.
The way that I paired my device is by pressing and holding the two volume buttons simultaneously for about 5 seconds, until the red and green lights began to appear.
Then, i just 'refreshed' my bluetooth search for devices, and it discovered it, and was able to pair it up.
Hopefully, this is useful