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Phone wont detect bluetooth H700

About a week ago i bought myself a h700 Motorola blue tooth for my new cellphone. When i first got it i set it up to the phone and everything was working just fine. Yesterday I had to charge the blue tooth and once it was done charging i started having some problems with it. I pressed the button so i could call someone but all it would make is a beep sound and that was it. From what i could tell it wasn't connecting to my cellphone so i removed the device and now its not letting me put it back on the phone. When i put the blue tooth in discover mode the cellphone will search for it obviously and then a screen will pop up saying that it cant detect the device. Why cant it detect the device when i have the blue tooth in discover mode?

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  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2007

    cant connect bluetooth to my blackberry pearl

  • Anonymous Dec 12, 2007

    phone wont connect

  • Stett Dec 15, 2007

    Sounds like the same as reported by others. When i get the phone, a Treo, the setup went fine. Then after recharging the H700 it would not sych anymore. I have tried to synch with phone on and off nad headset on and off. Nothing works.

  • tatita Apr 07, 2008

    same ting

  • Anonymous Apr 08, 2008

    H700 Bluetooth was working fine for a couple of weeks now it says on my Motorola Razor unable to connect I have turned on the bluetooth till it turns purple open the boom go to fine devise it says 1 click on motorola h700 and it seems it finds it then it it says can not connect

  • Anonymous Jan 10, 2009

    motorola h700

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    my mtoroa Hz720 Elite Flip Bluetooth is not picking up calls when I push the button



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Mine could be discovered when powered off/ on my cellphone and retried... Sounds like solution to M$ programs, eh? :)

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The passkey is 0000 (four zeros). If you need instructions do the following:
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On the PHONE, you want to push the "OK" button to get to your main tools area:
Choose Settings, then choose Connection:
Now you'll be able to pick which type of connection you want:
You want bluetooth, of course, so pick that:
Now you can specify that you want to add a new Handsfree device (even though, logically, you should go to Setup in my eyes):
Select Look For Devices, at which point the PHONE will scan for available units in the bluetooth frequency spectrum and hopefully find your H700 bluetooth headset. Assuming it does, it'll cheerily report the news:
If your PHONE doesn't find the headset, I suggest that you run the scan another time or two. Also make sure that the H700 is still showing purple, not blue or flashing blue. That should be all you need to do!
Once the PHONE has found the H700 unit, you need to actually pair them, so don't stop here. Select the H700 and you'll be asked if you want to bond the two units:
You want to say "YES", of course, at which point the PHONE will ask you for the bluetooth passkey of the H700, which, like all Motorola bluetooth headsets, is 0000. Enter it:
Choose "OK" to proceed to:
The phone has saved the pairing passkey, now it'll disconnect and search for it again in regular connection mode:
Hopefully it'll still find it, and verify the PIN:
Now, look at the H700. Notice it's no longer in the purple "pairing" mode but has switched to the regular slowly flashing blue mode. You're up, running. I hope this helps and Good luck!
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Motorola h700 pass key

1.Press and hold the Multifunction button in the middle of a boom headset while the headset is closed. The light will glow blue.
2.Open the boom microphone and the blue light should remain on. If not, repeat step 1.
3.On the cell phone, press Menu > Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Handsfree > New Device
4.Select H700 once a connection is detected.
5.The passkey "0000" is now entered to confirm the connection has been made.
6.The cell phone screen will now read "Bluetooth Connection".

1.Provided you set the Bluetooth power to "On" after the initial connection has been made, the phone will automatically re-connect to the headset.
2.To set the Bluetooth power on - Press Menu, Select Settings, then Connections, then Bluetooth link, scroll to Setup and select that. Scroll to Power and chose Change. Scroll to On and press Select. The screen should now read "Changed: Power On".
3.Test Your Connection: Close the headset and watch for cell phone to say "Disconnected". Re-open the headset and the phone should be connected automatically and will now display "Bluetooth Connected".

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First of all, the Nokia 2600 is not a blue tooth phone.

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Then make sure that blue tooth is enabled on your phone. For most Nokia models its as follows;

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with h700 in off position you held down the center button till it turned pink then opened the mic so that it stayed pink?

told the phone to add new device?

made sure that bluetooth is turned on under settings?

i just got a h700 myself and it was very easy to sync.

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Third, DO NOT release the button while opening your boom
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Fifth, open your phone bluetooth and search for device. Choose your bluetooth that appeared on the list ( pair code normally "0000" ).

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