Question about Radio Communications
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CABLE & WIRELESS CWBTH160
To initiate pairing, put the devices within 0.5m of eachother
Make sure phone / pc bluetooth is on and discoverable
Make surea headset is fully charged
Note: Headset pairing mode will time out after 5 mins.
It is possible to pair up to two phones with the headset - the most recently paired phone becomes the "primary "phone... only one phone can be connected at a time --> this function only works in Hands-Free profile. If both phones are in range, then the headset will connect to the "primary" phone first.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
posted on Aug 24, 2008
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Pair Your Headset
Before using, you must pair your headset.
1. Turn phone on.
2. With Headset off, push Talk/Volume up button for 10 seconds. Blue LED will flash rapidly.
3. Follow pairing instructions in phone-setup or connect menu. Your phone should find “Logitech
HS04VXX”Headset and prompt you for a passkey pin.
4. Enter “0000”.
5. Press OK on phone.
6. From Headset device list press “Logitech HS04VXX” Headset.
7. Select connect.
When your Headset is successfully paired, the blue LED will flash slowly.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
I don't know if this will help but try this:
Make sure the headset is charged up.
On your phone, go to settings and find the bluetooth set up. Don't start it yet.
on the headset, press and hold the on/off button until the light comes on. It should flash blue and orange.
Now press the "add device" or similar language on your phone. It will search for the headset. Once it is found it will ask for a passkey. Try typing in 0000 (that is, four zeros). Press ok.
It should work now.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
SOURCE: Lost N136 Manual
I have an N136 which turns out to be an HS850 (with folding boom}. This model requires the boom to be folded while the answer button is held down, When the light comes on the boom must be extended before the light goes out. The light will now stay on and the phone should find your headset.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
This worked great for me... I got the headset in "pairing" mode by following these instructions. Then set my BB Curve 8350i to "discover" bluetooth devices. It discovered the headset and asked for a PIN number... one of the other articles I read said the pin was "0000" so I put that in and - PRESTO - it works
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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