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H700 Headset I have the H700 headset which worked perfectly with my Samsung D500. I have recently got a Samsung Z560 and am unable to pair headset with it. It is no longer paired to the D500 so can't understand what the problem is. Also don't get the pairing purple light just flashing blue. Phone just says unable to find devices. Can anyone help.

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  • Lesley Wilder Jul 23, 2007

    Have read solution will try tonight, as been away for weekend and only just read emails.

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First off, you want to have the H700 fully charged up and it's probably good to have the Moto SLVR fully charged up too. Now turn off the H700 (the ring around the talk button should not be flashing blue every few seconds) then push the talk button for about five seconds, until the ring around it displays a purple color. Immediately let go of the button and flip open the tiny microphone extension. Now it's in pairing mode and you can leave it while you fiddle with the phone. This one worked for me.

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