Hi, I've had my H700 for a few weeks and it's been working fine with my LG8300. However, first the headset is needing to be recharged far more often than 8 hours of talk. But today it stopped working. When I put the call button, I hear 2 beeps and then nothing happens. I read in the manual how to try again to "pair" it and that didn't fix it. My phone does show the bluetooth symbol as if it's working.
I had the same problem with my Razor and the H700. I removed the device from the phone and reinstalled and that fixed the pairing probelm...Now I have another problem. I can hear the party I'm talking to just fine but no onee can hear me...this is my second Motorola ear piece and I've had the same problem twice...I think its a microphone problem...anyway, try to unistall and then reinstall the ear piece, that should fix your problem
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Well I know for sure the default pin for the M1 is indeed 0000. However I
cannot tell you what the pin would be for your specific bluetooth
dongle. If I where you I would try 0000, 1111, 2222 and so on
As with all Bluetooth headsets,
the H700 needs to be paired with the device before it can be used, which
is done in pairing mode. In pairing mode, the H700 makes a transmission
so that Bluetooth-enabled devices can pick up the device and connect to
the headset. Once connected, no other device can connect with the
Bluetooth headset. To enter pairing mode on the H700, open the headset
boom located near the microphone. After a few seconds the indicator
light will turn purple. Once purple, the H700 is in pairing mode.
Searching for the Device With the M1
Once the H700 is in pairing
mode, have the M1 search for Bluetooth devices. To do this, press
"MENU/OK" and choose "Tools," "Bluetooth," "Add New" and "Search." A
list of Bluetooth devices will show up on the screen. Highlight
"Motorola H700" and press "MENU/OK." Choose "Add to Trusted," enter
"0000" and press "MENU/OK." The devices are now connected and ready to
Testing the Devices
Once the devices are connected,
test that both the phone and the headset are working properly together.
First, place the headset in your ear. Dial a number on the phone and
press "Send." If you can hear ringing, the devices are connected
properly and ready for use.
If the connection was not successful, repeat the previous steps and
try again. Make sure the indicator light is glowing purple and is
steady. If you have connected the headset to a previous device, make
sure that device is turned off so as not to interfere with the
connection procedure. Once the other device is off, close and reopen the
boom to enter pairing mode.
1.Switch on the bluetooth on your phone.
2.Open the headset boom to initiate easy pairing. After a few moments, the indicator light will be steadily lit in purple to indicate
headset is in pairing mode..Motorola H700 will be detected.
3.Go to handsfree and select 'look for devices'.
4.Select Motorola H700.Select Yes to bond. Enter the passkey 0000 and select OK.
Ok here is the answer. There H700 have a small foam windscreen inside over the microphone that over time block the sound. The answer is to carefully open the unit and remove the obstruction and clean residue from the microphone and it will work like new. here is a link to pictures and instructions. http://www.geocities.com/jconkwright/H700fix.html
On the left side of the page click Demos
When the demo window opens click, Select Demos button.
Scroll through the list until you see Sending Via bluetooth.
Follow the interactive instruction to connect to your H700.
You'll need to set your H700 into pairing mode when searching for the bluetooth H700.
It might be a good idea to book mark the main page.
Steps to pair a H700 headset with any bleutooth pone:
Make sure the H700 fully chared (very important)!!
Make sure the microphone boom is folded closed, i.e. power is off!
Hold the call button for 1-5 seconds until the light is steady lit purple
Flip out the microphone boom, the light should stay lit purple!
Now you are ready to pair the headset with your phone, so follow the pairing instructions of your phone.
Note: When prompted for the Passkey; it is most likely 0000 but the correct Passkey should be on the headset accessory instructions.
I must add that indeed my headset on occation (once or twice every three months) also loses its connection with the blackberry (a 8703e) . At which time I have to remove the headset from my phone bluetooth device list, and start the above described steps to pair my headset with the phone again.
In order to pair with this device you must follow these steps:
1. Close the mike on the H700
2. Hold the center call button on the H700 until the ring in the center turns violet.
3. Open the mike on the H700
4. Have your phone search for bluetooth devices
and follow the propmts
5. If your phone requests a passkey, enter 0000 This is the default for all Motorola devices
Hope this helps.