Palm 3206WW Bluetooth Headset becomes unpaired constantly
Palm 3206WW Bluetooth Headset doesn't stay paired for more than one or two calls. I pair it with both the Treo 650 and the headset full charged, make a call, put them in my bag or on the desk or make another call from my favorites and it is already unpaired. This is happening constantly-more times than the times I can use it.
If I charge either one it becomes unpaired which is okay but all these other times
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The Motorola H700 has Bluetooth v1.2 which is backward compatible with v1.1. The headset works with both Hands-free and Headset profiles and is easy to pair with devices running various operating systems and software. We tested the headset with the Motorola SLVR, Palm Treo 650, the Nokia 9500, the Cingular 8125 and the Cingular 2125, and the headset paired with all devices with ease. To pair the Motorola, turn off the headset first then hold the Call button until the LED ring turns purple, quickly open the boom so that the LED stays solid purple, the headset is now in pairing mode. Use your mobile phone to discover and pair with the headset using “0000” as the default pass code. Call handling between the phone and the headset transferred smoothly and the headset will play notification or a ring tone when a call comes in. When working with the Treo 650, the H700 has an uncomfortably long delay in notifying an incoming call. It starts to ring after the Treo 650 has already ringed 2-3 times. The connection between the phone and the headset is solid. When we paired the Treo 650 to both the Motorola H700 and the Parrot 322 car kit, we can pick up calls on either one and the Motorola H700 worked reliably in this set up. Hope I helpedDr Reed
You don't have to. So long as you don't use or have the other phone turned on you won't have a problem. To delete a device you have to go to your Bluetooth icon and check your paired devices..click it and delete. Also...if you can't get it to pair. Codes is 0000 or the last four digits of your phone number. Make sure the headset is in "Pairing mode" which is when the blue light stays lit. And you do that by holding the call button. Or call button and both volume buttons. If its a flip out headset then hold the call button and flip open until the light stays lit. Good luck. Rate plz.
it will be like the headset is paired with another phone previously. so you need to unpair that first.
turn on, turn off and turn on while holding the ON button along with the volume up button. it will blink and when the light will show up continuously, the unpairing is complete. now search for the bluetooth from mobile and pair. i guess you know the password. ...... the default pasword for all headstes will be 0000 which you have to input from mobile when prompted
1. Switch on blue tooth on phone, and then on device with pressing 'call accept' button on the bluetooth device till the light glows on the device. 2. if any other mobile is paired with the headset, press and hold the 'call accept' button and the 'volume up' button, to unpair all connections. and the headset confirms with continuous glowing of light. 3. Search for the headset from your E75, when found, click on it to pair. When prompted for password, give 0000 as this will be the default password for every bluetooth headset. It will connect in a matter of 10 seconds, and the phone asks 'whether to make the connection authorized' press YES.
There you go. You can use the headset for calls and also to listen music.