Question about Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Connecting my H700
If you have it paired with another device, shut that device down first. With the boom closed on the headset, hold the center button down until it turns a steady purple, then open the boom on the headset. Then click on find device through your Blackberry. Enter code 0000. It should work for you then. Mike
If you have it paired with another device, shut that device down first. With the boom closed on the headset, hold the center button down until it turns a steady purple, then open the boom on the headset. Then click on find device through your Blackberry. Enter code 0000. It should work for you then.
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
Open the boom on the headset and hold the button until it turns purple. Go to "Setup Bluetooth." Click "OK" when it tells you to be sure the device is in pairing mode. When the list of devices comes up, choose the H700. Enter passcode "0000."
The device will appear in your paired devices list in the "Setup BlueTooth" screen. Close the boom on the H700 then reopen it and hold the button until it turns purple. Click on the H700 in the devices list. Choose "connect."
This worked for me.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
Previously connected, but fails to send/response eventhough Bluetooth says it is. Putting the H700 on the charger, seems to reset the H700 to get it ready to pairing. After reseting Razor phone which H700 is on charger did the trick. Use the same technique that other used to hold the talk button while boom is closed and flip open holding talk button down. Run through the menus to bond.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
SOURCE: i have a blackberry storm
Hold down the connect button on headset
until steady purple light comes on, then open the boom.
Search for Bluetooth devices on the phone. When asked for a pin, use "0000". Now the H700 will show up in the Bluetooth device list, but it will not connect. Put the headset in pairing mode again, this time go to the h700 listed on the phone and select connect. Now the devices will work as normal. When you open the boom on the h700, it will connect to the phone.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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