I've used my Motorola HS850 with my treo as recently as yesterday morning, however, I am no longer able to hear the phone call through the earpiece - not because the earpiece or mic are not working - all audio is still coming through on the phone instead. I am able to use the device with another phone fine. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!
Make sure you have connected the bluetooth correctly, if you have and
it still doesent work, your phones bluetooth capabilitys my be Gliching
or broken. Also make sure you turn the volume All the way up.
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Hi,to complete the look of a tech-savvy, iPhone-using individual, you must have a Bluetooth headset to accompany it. You can pair any Bluetooth headset with an iPhone. The Motorola HS850 is no exception to this. Both Motorola and Apple's Bluetooth set-up process is fast, so you'll be talking with people through your new Bluetooth on your iPhone in a matter of minutes.
Charge the Motorola HS850 headset fully before attempting to pair. Usually, it takes two to three hours to charge the headset.
Press and hold the "Call" button (has a phone icon on it) on the headset for six to 10 seconds. The outside LED light will turn on indicating that the phone is in pairing mode.
Choose "Settings" on the iPhone homescreen.
Select "General," then "Bluetooth."
Select to turn Bluetooth on.
Wait for the phone to search for in-range devices.
Select theMotorola HS850 from the list of devices.
Enter the headset passkey to complete the pairing. By default this is "0000."
No, living outside of your cellular "home area" has nothing to do with the bluetooth pairing. You're problem is a common problem. Lots people have this problem you are not alone.
So, here is what I suggest.
1. Make sure both the headset and the phone are fully charged.
2. Delete the "device" from your phone. I mean precisely that. Go into you cell phone's bluetooth settings and erase your "HS850" from it.
3. Try re-pairing it. Put the phone and the headset in pairing mode and allow it to sync.
This should do it. I always works for me. You usually only need to pair once and every time you use the headset all you should have to do is connect it. I hope this works for you.
You need to remove the device from the phone directory. Turn off the phone and the device. Wait about a minute then turn on your phone. After the phone is ready for use, turn on your bluetooth and proceed to pair the device with your phone. The phone should recognize the bluetooth and you'll be able to add it once again to your list of blue tooth devices.
Have U tried re-link them?
Turn off both device. Then switch the cell phone on first and check if the bluetooth is on. Then link it with the bluetooth. If you lost the manual, search online on the steps to do the linking. Cell phone should be able to detect the bluetooth and finally link with it.