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Here are the steps to connect your Motorola H500 to your Nokia 2680 phone:
1. Switch off your H500 by pressing the main button for few seconds.
2. Put the H500 in discovery mode. To do this, press and HOLD the main button till it glows a solid blue light (no blinking).
3. Open bluetooth in nokia phone. Go to Menu, settings, Connectivity, Bluetooth.
4. Select "Add a new Device" and search for H500
5. Click on the name select pair.
6. it will ask for pairing code. Enter "0000"
You are done. Revert in case you have any problem
I have had this problem too. Here is what worked for me.
1) With the Motorola H500 OFF, press and hold the talk key until you see a steady, non-blinking blue light.
2) Keeping that button pressed, turn on the bluetooth on the samsung eternity.
3) It should now find the H500, click on it and select connect.
4) Put in a pass key (I just put in 0000) and your done.
First of all you need to activate the bluetooth on your phone, after that turn on your headset, now get in the bluetooth menu on your phone, select search for bluetooth items, your phone will find your headset and it will ask you if you want to connect to it, select yes.
Many headset have a code, that code is neede to connect to the phone. if your headset have one the code should be in the manual that came with the headset. If your headset dosent have or need a code it will connect to your phone as soon as the settings is done on the phone.
I had the same problem w my Compaq Presario V3000 HP BT module. I installed the HP Bluetooth drivers from hp.com and that fixed it. So instead of using Vista's built in stack, try one that your manufacturer may have issued.
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What are you trying to send? Picture, video, ringtone, app? For a ringtone, go to the Media Finder, select ringtones, then "All Ringtones" and scroll to the one you want to send. Hit "options" and scroll to the option "Send" Select "Send" and one option should be "send Via Bluetooth"
The process should be similar for other sendable items.