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Headset won't turn off

When I close my H710 it doesn't turn off. I have to go into my phone menu and turn the bluetooth off or I can't use my phone without the bluetooth. Do I have a defective model or can this be fixed?

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It sounds like you have a defective unit. When you close the mic boom, the headset should turn off.

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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I hear the person clearly, they cannot hear me.


I recently had this same problem with my Motorola H710 Bluetooth & my Samsung SGH-A737. I could hear the people on my Bluetooth, and they couldn't hear me. It wasn't muted. I tried turning both the phone & the bluetooth off, then back on, first one, then the other, then vice versa; nothing worked.

Finally I deleted the H710 from my phone & reinstalled it. This fixed the problem.

To do this, navigate your phone's menu looking for the Bluetooth/Connections portion (every phone is different); select the bluetooth, then delete it from your phone.

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After I reinstalled it, it worked like a charm.

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try video instructions on www.HandBookLive.com under Electronics category. There are video chapters on turning on Bluetooth features and pairing for Nokai and Motorola phones for H710 headset, also chapters on using Bluetooth itself.

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Also make sure the battery on theheadset is charged before doing this.

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The passkey will be 0000, four zeros.

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