I have a Nokia BH-207 bluetooth headset wich used to be paired with a Blackberry 8100 and it used to work fine. Now I am trying to pair the headset with a blackberry 8120, but the phone does not recognize the head set, in fact it does not even find it
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1: SWITCH ON THE BLUETOOTH FUNCTION ON YOUR MOBILE 2: THEN CHANGE MY PHOES VISIBLITY FROM HIDDEN TO SHOWN TO ALL 3; MAKE SURE U HAVE PRESSED THE BLUETOOTH HEADSET SWITCH ON BUTTON FOR AT LEAST 10 SECONDS . 3: U WILL HEAR A BEEP SOUND WHEN THE HEADSET IS SEARCHING FOR PAIRING 4 NOW SEARCH FOR NEW DEVICES ON YOUR MOBILE 5 WHEN THE SEARCH COMPLETES IT WILL SHOW BH-105 6 : SELECT IT AND CLICK PAIR . FINISHED
To clear the pairing and volume settings, switch off the headset and press and hold the multifunction key and press the volume up key until the indicator light alternates red, green and blue three times.
1.Ensure that your phone is on and
the headset is off.
2. Press and hold the multifunction
key (for about 5 seconds) until the
green indicator light starts to flash
3. Activate the Bluetooth feature on
the phone, and set it to search for
4. Select the headset from the list of
5. Enter the passcode 0000 to pair
and connect the headset to your
phone. In some phones, you may
need to make the connection
separately after pairing.
When the headset is connected to
your phone and is ready for use, the
green indicator light flashes slowly.
First, try '0000' (four zeros), which happens to be the most common code chosen by headset manufacturers. If it doesn't work, switch to '1234'. In case it keeps failing, try '8888'.
Hope one of these codes works for you.
I also experienced the same problem. After trial and error I realized that the bluetooth device needs to be reset to fix this issue.You may reset the bluetooth device by deleting the pairings from the headset or reseting the headset. Switch off the headset, and press and hold the multifunction key for over 8 seconds. Start pairing the device again. It should work fine now with default passkey 0000
Be sure the the headset in in 'Pairing' mode. When in pairing mode, the light should be flashing red and blue or have a steady blue.
The put most headsets in pairing mode, turn headset OFF, then hold the power button until it goes into pairing mode as discribed above.
Then you can discover it with your phone or PC. Pin (pass key) should be 0000 (4 Zeros) or try 1111, 1234, 9999
Hi. You didn't say which Blackberry you have. I'll assume you know who to open "Options" (if not, please let me know what model you are using and I'll give you more specific instructions.
To connect your headset, start on your Blackberry.
Open menu within Bluetooth
If not already on, click "Enable Bluetooth"
Open Bluetooth menu again.
Turn "Discoverable" to "Yes"
Now to your headset.
Start with your headset turned off.
Press and hold down the silver call control button.
After 6-10 seconds, the light will flash blue, then it will flash red, then blue.
Release the buton when you see the red/blue.
Back to your Blackberry.
Again open "Options"
Open the Bluetooth menu.
Click on "Add Device".
Your Blackberry will search for your headset.
If you are prompted for a Passkey, use 0000 (that's 4 zeros).
After a short time, your headset will appear on your Blackberry.
It is now ready to use.
Make sure you go back into Bluetooth Options and change "Discoverable" back to "No".
A tip: If you will not be using your headset for a while, "Disable" Bluetooth to save battery life.