Question about Cell Phones
You have to remove it from your old phone. It is registered with your old phone. You go into connectivity which is usually through your setting then do it. Then turn on your new phone and go to connectivity and tell it to search wireless devices then register it to your new phone.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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For Jawbone ICON, while the power is off, press and hold down the Talk button and slide the power switch on. When the LED starts to flash red and white alternately, release the Talk button.
1. Press the OK Key.
2. Highlight SETTINGS & TOOLS and press the OK Key.
3. Select Bluetooth Menu.
4. Select Add New Device. (If Bluetooth power is set to off, you will be prompted to turn power on. Select Yes and press the OK key.)
5. Highlight Jawbone and press the OK Key.
Enter the PIN "0000" (be sure to enter four zeroes and not the letter "O") and press the OK Key.
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