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Problem setting up bluetooth device with Palm Treo

I have a Palm Treo (700 or 750, not sure) and I am trying to set up bluetooth with a handsfree devise (BlueAnt) for my car. I go through the steps as directed, but can't make it past selection of the device. Once I select it, I have no prompt to put in the security code and it will not add it to my trusted device list. Is it a problem with my phone or the handsfree device I have (BlueAnt)? What do I do?

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Go to this page, it will answer any question concerning the blueant .. including pairing to your phone .. activating your blueant etc http://www.blueant.com.au/index.php

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    • For the New Jawbone, press and hold down both the NoiseAssassin™ Button and the Talk Button for at least three seconds until the LED Indicator Light flashes red and white alternately.
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