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The standard procedure is of course to go into setting, turn on your bluetooth services and wait to locate all bluetooth enabled products to show and if prompted for a password you enter 0000. On the BlueAnt you turn on and hold the button down until you get a flashing blue light, often blue/red combo but flashing to go into pairing mode.
If you've tried all of this already and it's not connecting, you might want to refer to this article to reset the BlueAnt...
initially check whether both the devices are compatible when your pair them. Then try to give the same passkey on both the devices like 1234 in your blackberry and also same 1234 on your blueant ST3 and check.
hey ! you cant give random pass keys..you ll have to provide a pass key to the device to which you are trying to pair with..and that pass key must be entered so that your other device is safe..! so you provide your other device with a pass key ..then try..ok