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Im having problems registering my motorola_hs850 (bluetooth)

Im searching for devices and nothing comes up.

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If you're searching for devices via bluetooth, then make sure the device(s) are on/and in pairing mode (usually done by holding down a power button, or combination of buttons) and also sometimes have a setting to become discoverable -make sure thats on too.

Once you have the device in pairing mode, then search from your Asus

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