Question about Samsung Bluetooth?® WEP200 Headset (81451TMIN)
Bought 2 of these - 1 for myself, 1 for my son. he's been using his without problems for 4-5 weeks. i charged mine per directions and didn't pair it to my phone (just didn't get arround to it). weeks later, (yesterday) i set it up to charge so i could pair it to my phone and noticed that the red light was flashing slowly and not steady as i thought i remembered it. left it in the cradle for hours - still red blinking light. decided to attempt to pair - followed directions - paired successfully, i think. while testing, battery died. bluetooth unresponsive; put it in cradle - no light. asked to borrow son's charger - in his charger, steady red light. took bluetooth out of son's charger, put it back in mine to test, nothing. back in son's charger, nothing. son placed son's bluetooth in son's charger, nothing. now neither 200 works , neither will charge, neither responds to buttons. nothing. it can't be true, of course, but it seems that my bluetooth had a virus that crashed itself then its charger then my son's charger and finally my son's bluetooth. help me please (it's still in the house and i'm scared)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wireless headset pairing
With the Samsung WEP210 this is a common problem (which is actually just a user error)
This is what you do:
1. Of coarse make sure the headset is charged
2. Make sure the bluetooth headset if OFF
3. PRESS and HOLD the top/middle (on/off) button until the light stays on (it will blink then should stay on continuously). That means it is now in pairing mode.
4. Tell you phone to search for bluetooth devices.
5. It should find the headset, and by default type "0000" to pair your new headset**
**You can use whatever pin code you like......but I would recommend the default which is four zeros.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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