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Bluetooth indicator light

Just yesterday I noticed that my bluetooth indicator light was on (and still is) I shut the phone off for a minute and turned it back on and it (the light) turned off but then came back on a minute later. I also tried to pair the bluetooth with the phone (the bluetooth wasn't connected before this happened) and it didn't help at all....Any ideas as to how to fix the glitch without sending it off to be fixed?

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Re: Bluetooth indicator light

Just try a master clear and reset of the phone.

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Blutooth codes for kyocera

Step 1 Charge the Bluetooth headset battery. The headset is fully charged when the indicator light turns off. Step 2 Unplug the charger and check the indicator light to ensure that the headset is turned off. If the indicator light is on, the headset is on. Turn off the headset by holding the multifunction button (the button in the middle of the headset) until the indicator light blinks red and shuts off. Step 3 Press and hold the multifunction button until the indicator light blinks red and blue to place the headset in pairing mode. Step 4 Turn on Bluetooth on your phone to start searching for available devices. When the search is complete, a list of available devices appears on the screen. On many phones, the Bluetooth options may be found in Settings. Step 5 Select the Kyocera Bluetooth headset name from the list. The phone prompts you to enter a passcode. Step 6 Enter "0000" using the phone's keypad to finish connecting the headset to your phone.

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1. All bluetooth headsets can be discovered by other bluetooth enabled devices (e.g. phone, computer) whenever they are in pairing mode.<br /><br />2. You'll know that it is in pairing mode by paying attention to its indicator light, which will always show a different configuration from the usual stand-by mode. On some of them, it will be steadily lit, whilst on others will flash rapidly, often in more than one color.<br /><br />3. You must ensure your headset is turned off, prior to putting it in that mode.<br /><br />4. Most bluetooth headsets, mainly the ones which are turned on by pressing and holding a Multi-Function Button (MFB, also called answer/end button) for a couple of seconds, enter the pairing mode by pressing and holding the MFB for much longer than the time required for them to be turned on (usually 6 to 10 seconds). Release the button when you notice it is in already in pairing mode (see rule #2). Other headsets, usually the ones whose microphone is in a boom, enter the pairing mode just by opening the boom, provided that either they have never been paired to other devices before, or, otherwise, those devices have their bluetooth radios turned off. <br /><br />5. Once it is in pairing mode, make the bluetooth application, on the device you want to pair it with, search for new devices. After a little while, your headset should appear on the device' screen. Select it and make it connect. If a pairing code (or PIN, or passkey, or pass code) is requested, enter either '0000' (four zeros, which happens to be the most commonly code chosen by manufacturers), or '1234', or '8888'.<br /><br />6. If the pairing process is successful, your headset will enter the stand-by mode. There might be some type of indication that a bluetooth headset is attached, on the device just paired with it too.<br /><br />7. You headset will stay in pairing mode for a couple of minutes only. If it happens to leave that mode before you are able to finish the procedure, turn your headset off and start it all over again.<br /><br />Hope these tips can be useful to you.<br /><br />Regards,<br />Carlos

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Pairing Instructions

1. When you turn on your Samsung Bluetooth

headset for the first time, it proceeds into pairing

mode immediately.

2. If you have paired the headset with other

Bluetooth devices, make sure that the headset

is off. Press and hold the Multi-Function button

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