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Re: can't hear with bluetooth
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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Make sure your headset and phone are charged before doing anything else. The blue light on your headset will come on when it is charging, and will shut off when fully charged.
To put your headset in pairing mode, make sure it is completely off first (no blinking blue light). Then hold down the Call button for 6-10 seconds until the blue light stays on. (It will likely flash once and shut off, but keep holding until it is all the way on and stays there!)
From there, go into the settings on your Droid 2 and access the bluetooth connections. Do a new scan for your headset if you don't see it listed, pair, and connect!
First Ensure that your Blackberry 8520 is in discoverable mode (Settings>Options>Bluetooth) once in Bluetooth hit Menu (the button to the left of trackpad, Select options to turn Discoverable on, once you have done that ensure your bluetooth is in Pairing mode (solid blue light, except Plantronics brand which will alternate Red and blue lights) then have the device search and it should find it, select connect, then enter the headset (typically 0000 unless Bluetooth owners manual says otherwise) and it should pair just fine from there
Follow these steps to pair your phone with the bluetooth device.
Pairing With the headset and phone close together: 1 With the headset off, hold the Multifunction Button until the LED remains on (about 5 seconds). 2 Perform a device discovery from the phone. For details on device discovery for your phone, refer to the phone’s user’s guide. When the scan is complete, the phone displays the devices found. 3 Select the Motorola HS820 from the discovered devices list and confirm following the on screen prompts. Action 4 When prompted by the phone, enter the passkey 0000 and confirm to pair the headset with the phone. The device ID is now stored in the phone’s memory. Pairing is successful when the headset indicator flashes rapidly.
It turns out it was the Blackberry's problem, which could only be solved by a 're-boot' - take off the back of the Blackberry, pull out the battery for 10 seconds or so, and replace it. The BB will 'reset' and all was fine then.
there is really no fail safe method to pairing a bluetooth device.
The main thing is recognition. i,d suggest trying to press the different buttons on the transmitting bluetooth device, whilst attempting to pair. i.e volume up/down or on/off et,c. to enable the device-blackberry to find and sync. i,d think the device that needs to be configured or setup correctly is the blackberry rather than the bluetooth device.
try changing the phone settings. to accept all incoming signals on bluetooth, or disable encryption.
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 HS820 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".
Tips: 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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Try the following:
1) Make sure the HS820 is fully charged up.
2) Remove the battery and SIM card from your phone for about 1 minute and put them back in.
3) As soon as your phone is booted up, access the "find devices" function for adding your HS820.
4) Hold the HS820 button down until the blue light is solid.
5) Then do whatever your phone requres to "search for devices."
6) Here's the key: as the phone is searching for devices, PHYSICALLY TOUCH touch the HS820 to the phone.
I couldn't get my HS820 to synch with my new Blackberry Curve the normal way and ultimately got it to synch by going through this process.
if you press the power button and hold until the blue light stays on the set is then in find mode, at this point use your phone to search for new devices and when it finds it it will see the HS820 and probably ask for a pin number this is 0000, when they are paired the blue light will flash and then flash intermitently from then on.