Arky34 is correct. Headset is in pairing mode. This way you must do bluetooth search from your phone/pda. If you don't make it voluntary, otherwise headset will not connect neither stop flashing red/green.
Blinking red and green means the headset is in pairing mode and ready to be connected to your phone. This means it is either the first time you have paired the headset or you have depressed the volume +/- buttons simultaneously for more than 5 seconds. If your phone cannot find the headset, it may be a compatibility issue. Try pairing the headset with a friends phone, possibly a sony ericsson. Good luck.
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just turn on bluetooth in ur mobile and then turn on ur bluetooth headset by holding the power button for atleast 5 sec and if blinking green light show up it means that it is turned on,if it shows blinking red and green then it is ready to get paired with ur mobile phone so u can straight away connect the bluetooth by selecting handsfree and new device and in the list of divices select hbh608 and get it paired.if it shows a blinking green then hold the volume increase and decrease button at the same time for 5 sec and then the light turns blinking red and green and then u can go to handsfree and new device and select HBH608....its easy try doing that...it workss....
turn the bluetooth on wait 10 seconds after the bluetooth has turned on. after it has turned on hold the (+) & (-) volume buttons at the same time for about 5 seconds. the light on the outside will then start to flash green and red, and it is ready to pair to your phone.
Go to http://www.sonyericsson.com and fill out customer request form.
Here's a transcript of my request and the response; subsequent correspondence resulted in the item being placed on order and promised in 3-5 business days.
Product: Akono? Bluetooth Headset HBH-602
Opinion: Earloop broke--How do I obtain a replacement?
On Aug 16, 2007, at 23:22, email@example.com wrote:
Thank you for contacting Sony Ericsson Online Support.
We would be more than happy to send you a replacement ear hook for your HBH-602, Please e-mail back with your address to where you would like the ear hook sent to. Please note that we are unable to ship to a P.O. Box.
As part of Sony Ericsson's commitment to excellent customer service, we offer a wide variety of mobile products to suit your lifestyle. If you require more information, or have any other questions, please visit our website at http://www.sonyericsson.com or call us at 1-866-766-9374.
1) Make sure headset is off.2) Press and hold the answer button until the light flashes green and red.3) If it only flashes green, press and hold both volume buttons until the light lashes red and green.4) It is now ready to pair: follow the instructions in the bluetooth menu of your phone. When asked for the passcode enter 0000.5) All done.