Question about Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset
I have been able to get the headset into pairing mode and install it on the computer. But when I go to control panel-Bluetooth devices-Motorola H700-services, no services are listed for the device. When I try to set up Sounds and Audio Devices, Bluetooth is not an option listed under Sound playback, Voice playback, etc. Under Sounds and Audio-Devices, no bluetooth devices or drivers are listed. Same problem in Skype, Bluetooth does not come up as an option to select for audio. When I installed the headset on the computer I set passkey enabled 0000.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The factory code is 0000
Is there an error?
Enasure you are doing the pairing correctly
PUT HEADSET IN PAIRING MODE
1. Ensure the headset is turned off (indicator light not blinking and headset boom is closed)
2. Press and hold the Call button. After about 4 or 5 seconds, the indicator ight becomes steadily lit in magenta
3. Release the Call button and immediately open the headset boom. The indicator light remains lit in magenta.
If the indicator light is flashing in blue or not steadily lit when opening the headset boom, repeat steps 1 through 3
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
first ul hav to press the button(big one) for a lil while..let the snap b closed...the light wud change to purple...then at the same time set ur bluetooth on the samsumg mobile to discoverable mode....snap open ur bluetooth and in ur mobile it will ask for a pass key which in default is 0000...then it will get connected
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Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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the Plantronics BackBeat 903 with an EVO 4G:
On the 903 headset:
With the headset powered off, press and hold the "Power/Pairing" button until the LED indicator flashes blue and red. This will put the 903 headset into pairing mode.
Use the iPod Touch menu to search for the headset and select 9xxBackBeat.
(If prompted, enter 0000 for the PIN code/passkey. Some devices also require you to accept the connection. Headset is paired when LED flashes blue.)
On the EVO 4G:
the Bluetooth on from the Home screen, tap Menu, Settings, Wireless & Networks,
Pair the EVO 4G by going to the Home screen, press Menu, Settings, Wireless & Networks, Bluetooth Settings, Scan for Devices. Follow the on screen prompts to pair the devices.
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