- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
1. Turn on Bluetooth within your phone - Consult phone instruction booklet 2. Put phone into pairing mode - Consult phone instruction booklet 3. Put headset into pairing mode - With headset on, press and hold call button and the volume up simultaneously until the headset begins to flash red and blue. 4. Select "Add new device" on your phone. 5. Select the Plantronics headset when prompted. Enter "0000" as passcode. 6. Your 510 headset will now have a continuous blue light blinking. 7. Choose "Yes" if your phones asks if you want to bond to the 510 bluetooth headset. 8. Your phone is now paired with the Plantronics 510 headset and ready for use.
my teknic bluetooth told me dat i needed a passcode to pair with my phone but i just dismissed the notice and it worked for me, what i done was searched for devices using my bluetooth, found the phone and it paited up, but when i searched using my phone i needed a pass code,
sorry if ive been no help to ye
abra burst onto the audio microtechnology scene in the early 1980s,
gaining initial attention for its Macintosh EarPHONE telephony
products. Jabra's cell phone
Bluetooth headsets have also garnered wide acclaim for their sleek
aesthetics and compact form. Jabra Bluetooth headsets can be connected
or "paired" with virtually any cell phone by using a few simple steps.
Ensure that your Jabra headset is turned completely off. Press
the tap button on the headset until it ceases flashing and the light
down the tap button to power your Jabra headset back on. Keep holding
the power button until the lit power indicator cycles past flashing
mode and becomes solid.
Release the power button.
Navigate through your cell phone "Settings" menu and ensure your "Bluetooth" or "Hands-free" section is set to the "On" or "Active" mode.
Elect to "Search for new devices" or "Find new devices" on your phone's Bluetooth or hands-free menu.
Place the Jabra headset close to your phone to ensure it can be discovered by your cell phone.
Select a "Connect" or "Pair" option once the Jabra headset name is discovered and displays on your cell phone.
Enter the default passcode by entering "0000" on your cell phone keypad.
that the Jabra headset has been paired. Look for the Bluetooth icon in
the upper portion of your cell phone screen. Make a call to verify that
audio is being routed through the Jabra headset.
had same problem with this headset on two phones and finally solved it.
1. make sure bluetooth on phone is activated (know that sounds silly but some people forget)
2. with the headset turned off, press and hold the on/off button on the headset until the light on the headset FLASHES CONTINUOUS BLUE AND RED (about 8 seconds). This is most important, because if lights on headset are not continuously flashing blue and red, the headset is not in discovery mode.
3. once headset is in discovery mode, go into "my devices" on bluetooth menu on phone and click to search for new devices. make sure phone and headset are close together. phone will say searching- BE PATIENT, THIS STEP TAKES THE PHONE SOME TIME. eventually phone will show that it found your headset.
4. once the phone lists the headset, click on the headset and tell the phone to connect to the device. at this point the phone will bring up a passcode screen. enter 0000, and tell it to connect. when it connects, the lights on the headset will automatically go to an intermittent blue. you should be all set.
the biggest mistakes my kids made trying to pair these headsets were:
1. failing to turn bluetooth on for the phone
2. turning the headset on in something other than discovery mode (continuous blue/red flashing lights)
3. not being patient enough to wait for the phone to find the device.