Question about Plantronics Discovery 640E Wireless Headphones
It flashes green and blue while connecting after a few seconds says; paired but not connected
Posted on Dec 26, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
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Turn on Bluetooth
For most phones, go to Settings/
Tools menu and select Bluetooth
or Connectivity and select "On."
(Or see the user guide for your
Add Headset to Phone
For most phones, go to Settings/Tools
> Bluetooth > Search or Add a Device,
then Select "220Plantronics."
For passkey enter 0000. Headset
will flash blue when paired
successfully. It is now powered on
and ready to use.
Begin with headset turned off. Turn
headset on (hold call control button
for 2 seconds until the light flashes
blue) and it will automatically go
into pairing mode, flashing red
and blue. hope it works
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