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Pairing an "universal" bluetooth to the samsung behold

I'm trying to pair up a "universal" bluetooth with my behold phone...HELP!

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Do you still have the user manuals for both the phone and the IHF1000? Start by reading the bluetooth pairing sections in both manuals and trying what is listed. If you have already done this, then please detail where you are having difficulty in the pairing process.

Posted on May 05, 2009

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