Question about Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset
Trying to program my phone to my bluetooth
Actually, the Noke 2600 really IS a bluetooth - and the solution was to go back to the store and have the sales guy diddle the device. He did the same things I did, but when he dropped the battery and rebooted, it saw my H700 right away.
I do appreciate the distinction between Blue teeth 1.0 and 2.0 though, and will be aware.... this is a 'new' phone (think AT/T is clearing them out) but the headsets could be newer.
Happy new year all.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
First of all, the Nokia 2600 is not a blue tooth phone.
If you should get a Nokia phone that supports blue tooth your best bet would be to make sure any previously paired devices are turned off.
Then make sure that blue tooth is enabled on your phone. For most Nokia models its as follows;
Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Bluetooth > Bluetooth On
Then attempt to put your device in pairing mode.
... > Bluetooth > Search Audio Enhancements
If your phone supports Bluetooth the phone should and device should pair after you enter the pairing pin, usually 0000.
Johnny_Nh, to answer your question, different Models are equipped with blue tooth when they are manufactured. Also, there are different versions of bluetooth, 1.0 and 2.0. If you have an older phone supporting Bluetooth 1.0 you will not be able to use a bluetooth 2.0 headset.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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