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P990i is not supporting headset bluetooth HBH-PV700

My mobile P990i is not able to find bluetooth headset HBH-PV700. Although it can detect other bluetooth mobiles. How can i resolve this?

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Re: P990i is not supporting headset bluetooth HBH-PV700

You must operate your bluetooth headset HBH-PV700 in discovery mode in order for your mobile to discover the headset and then pair the two devices. To activate the discovery mode of your headset, while it is switched OFF press the switch on button and leave it pressed for approximately 10 seconds, then search for it with your mobile and pair the devices. most of the times the code needed for pairing is 0000 (zeros)

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