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H350 I know the passcode for the H350 is 0000, but how do i pair it to my phone? I know i have to push the button on the headset once, and then twice, or twice and then once, untill it stops blinking, or starts blinking. Can someone please tell me the process? e-mail me at adamlball@gmail.com or even text me at 580-743-3319. just let me know its for the H350. id appreciate it a ton, thanks

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  • adamlball Dec 11, 2008

    nvm guys, i figured it all out lol =D thanks again

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For more clear instructions go here
http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/QG-H300_9495A08A.pdf

With the headset power off, press and hold
the Call button for 6 to 10 seconds until the
blue indicator light turns on and remains
steadily lit. (The light will flash while you
hold the Call button.)

If the indicator light is flashing or does not
remain steadily lit, turn off the headset and
repeat step 1.

Before you can use your headset, you must
pair (link) it with your phone.

Step A - PUT HEADSET IN PAIRING MODE
Note: To turn off headset, see "Turning On and Off" on the
reverse side of this guide.

PAIR
Your Phone
Select (Menu) > Settings > Connection >
Bluetooth Link > Handsfree > Look for Devices.
The phone lists all Bluetooth devices it finds.
Select Motorola H300.

Press OK or Yes to pair (link) the handsfree
device.

Enter the passkey 0000 and press OK.
Note: Passkey cannot be changed
from 0000.

Step B - SET THE PHONE TO LOOK FOR
YOUR HEADSET

When your headset is successfully paired

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