I recently purchased a used Motor Trend Bluetooth , Model Mt-BT08, that I am unable to link to my cell phone , services provided thru Alltel , cell phone model LG AX35, It found the device , just fails to link it. Do you have a solution for this problem? It came with no users manual so when linking don't even know if I am even entering the right access code , altho I feel I must have as it initially found the device.
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1. Turn on Bluetooth within your phone - Consult phone instruction booklet 2. Put phone into pairing mode - Consult phone instruction booklet 3. Put headset into pairing mode - With headset on, press and hold call button and the volume up simultaneously until the headset begins to flash red and blue. 4. Select "Add new device" on your phone. 5. Select the Plantronics headset when prompted. Enter "0000" as passcode. 6. Your 510 headset will now have a continuous blue light blinking. 7. Choose "Yes" if your phones asks if you want to bond to the 510 bluetooth headset. 8. Your phone is now paired with the Plantronics 510 headset and ready for use.
Connect the iPhone Dual Dock or iPhone Bluetooth Travel Cable to a USB 2.0 port on your computer (not on the keyboard).
Connect iPhone and the headset to the dock or cable. The headset pairs with iPhone automatically.
Pairing iPhone Bluetooth Headset with another Bluetooth-enabled deviceTo pair the iPhone Bluetooth Headset with another wireless device, such as a Bluetooth-enabled phone or computer. Step 1: Set the headset to be discoverable
Turn off the headset.
Press and hold the headset button for about eight seconds, until you hear the startup tone and then five quick high beeps.
The headset is now discoverable and will remain so for about five minutes. The status light blinks while the headset is discoverable.
Step 2: Turn on Bluetooth on the other device and search for devices
On the device, turn Bluetooth on and set the device to search for other Bluetooth devices.
On the device, choose iPhone Bluetooth Headset and enter the PIN code 0000.
See the instructions that came with your other Bluetooth-enabled device for more information about pairing it with Bluetooth devices.
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Ensure that your Jabra headset is turned completely off. Press
the tap button on the headset until it ceases flashing and the light
down the tap button to power your Jabra headset back on. Keep holding
the power button until the lit power indicator cycles past flashing
mode and becomes solid.
Release the power button.
Navigate through your cell phone "Settings" menu and ensure your "Bluetooth" or "Hands-free" section is set to the "On" or "Active" mode.
Elect to "Search for new devices" or "Find new devices" on your phone's Bluetooth or hands-free menu.
Place the Jabra headset close to your phone to ensure it can be discovered by your cell phone.
Select a "Connect" or "Pair" option once the Jabra headset name is discovered and displays on your cell phone.
Enter the default passcode by entering "0000" on your cell phone keypad.
that the Jabra headset has been paired. Look for the Bluetooth icon in
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hold your finger on the call button on your blutooth device for around 6-10 seconds, this should make a couple of lights flash, when it does this it is active and ready to pair uo, then search, it will ask you for a code, usually they are generic and are prob the following 1234-12345-1111-11111-0000-00000-5555-55555 eiter one of these should work
Here is a link to the Motorola support site with step by step instruction on how to pair your Blackberry curve to your Bluetooth headset. If you run into problems or need additional help simply replay again.