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Can't hear with bluetooth

I got the HS820 paired with my phone but I can't hear anything. Is there anything I can do?

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That means the pairing is not successful.Follow the steps
1.Turn on mobile bluetooth and set the status to shown all 2.Tun on the bluetooth mobile and keep pressing the button on the  bluetooth for few seconds. 3.You will notice that light is continously ON and not blinking 4.Now find the device from mobile via search option 5 When it detect use this code 0000 to pair. 6.When the pairing is successful ,select option button and click connect.. 7.Now you should hear from your bluetooth..
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