I have a sony ericsson w760i which has a2dp and claims to be compatible however when I search for handsfree devices under the bluetooth menu none come up. I'm not the best with technology so I have no idea what I'm doing wrong, I've followed all the appropriate instructions in both manuals and still it won't work. Please help!
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you can connect your sony ericsson t616 to your motorola h700. for that you have to switch on the bluetooth in your phone then you must switch on your bluetooth headset. after that from your phone select the option "search for any devices". but i would suggest that you can go for a sony ericsson bluetooth headset instead of any other brand,because motorola might not be compatible.
It depends on kind of cellphone you have. Normally there should be an option of Handsfree in the phone settings. choose bluetooth device it should detect the handsfree from there . connect to your earpiece from the list of devices.
for Example : I have Sony Ericsson W700i
I have that option under Main menu -- > Settings --> Calls --> Handsfree
sorry to let you know but sony w180 does not suort an A2DP profile, which is necessary to listen music wirelessly. so u'll have to change ur handset if u want to listen to music via ur bluetooth headset.!!
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.
Sorry but what do you mean by?:-
'The car unit will not allow me to use the colour previously used'
It should be the phone with the memory and the search facility for finding your car headset device, not the device looking for the phone.
Once you have searched for new devices and found the headset with a different phone, the headset will not be able to connect with more than one device and should lose the old phone connection.