I just received my H700 and after some initial trouble got it paired with my Razr V3m. The phone recognizes it when I flip the boom out and also when I press the call button. Problem is I can't get any sound out of the bluetooth at all. Any ideas?
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Hi, Motorola H700 Bluetooth headset is a basic Blutooth headset that can be synced, or paired, with any Bluetooth-capable cell phone. Something unique about this phone is its retractable microphone, otherwise known as the headset's "boom." You can send and receive phone calls hands-free and wirelessly with your contacts using your H700 headset, in one touch of a button.
Press and hold the "Call" button on the headset for four to five seconds until the LED light glows purple.
Flip open the headset "boom."
Set your phone into "discovery" or "pairing" mode. Open the Bluetooth settings or options on your phone and choose to add a new device.
Select the "H700" on the phone when it finishes searching for Bluetooth devices.
Enter the passkey for the headset, which is "0000," to finish syncing the headset with your phone.
I have had this problem as well. Just to recap the problem. When you push the talk button and it turns purple, then you flip the speaker boom the unit starts flashing blue and will not pair. If this is the case then you should try unclipping the ear piece on the unit. Then repeat the pairing feature on the unit only this time hold the unit open with additional force. Not so much that you break the speaker boom, but enough to help the unit make a connection when it is flipped open. The problem with these units is that sensor inside does not always make a good connection especially after time and use. This should resolve your problem.
1.)Turn on your BT on the 8300, 2.)Press and hold the button on your H700, flip open the boom when the light turns blue. 3.)On Blackberry go to BT setup and select search, it should find it. 4.) when it askes for the PIN enter "0000" and OK it should then be connected.
Just have to re-pair it.With the H700 BT headsets the pairing mode is different
from other BT headsets. to put it in pairing mode you first hold the
talk button on the headset until the purple light comes on.Right after
the purple light comes on you have to flip open the headset for it to
stay in pairing mode. From there you continue through the phone. It
will ask for a password; that will be "0000". then connect.
With the H700 BT headsets the pairing mode is different from other BT headsets. to put it in pairing mode you first hold the talk button on the headset until the purple light comes on.Right after the purple light comes on you have to flip open the headset for it to stay in pairing mode. From there you continue through the phone. It will ask for a password; that will be "0000". then connect.
First, CLOSE your boom
Second, Hold the talk button( about 5 secs it should turn to purple color)
Third, DO NOT release the button while opening your boom
Fourth, your BT should be in discover mode( show the steady light not flashing )
Fifth, open your phone bluetooth and search for device. Choose your bluetooth that appeared on the list ( pair code normally "0000" ).
posted on Aug 20, 2007
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First, turn on your bluetooth on your phone. Flip the boom mic on your H700 and hold down the call button for 5 seconds. The indicator light should be purple. That means it is in pairing mode. Then using your phone, attempt to connect to your H700. It'll ask for a passkey. The default passkey is 0000.