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PROBLEM WITH S9

ACTUALLY I HAVE SUCCESSFULY PAIRED WITH MOTO S9 BUT ITS NOT PLAYING ANY SONGS HELP ME

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Does your phone have a2dp?

im guessing it does not

can you make calls from it?

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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When i pair my motorola S9 it won't pair is there any chance to reset the passcode?


Hey Michael. Are the s9s already paired with another device? If so.... You might want to try turning off both the s9 and the device that's already paired. Then try repairing new device with s9s. Good luck.

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does your laptop have a2dp bluetooth profile

this profile is needed to play music

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When paired to my iPhone I can hear but the other party cannot hear me. I also get a constant repeating tone in the left earpiece after attempting a call


Your phone and headset Blue-tooth profile may not be compatible, there are different types of Blue-tooth profile and the moto s9 supports A2DP, i do not know what profile your phone supports you would have to look in the manufacturing specification.

A2DP (Advanced Audio Distubution Profile) Allows you to be able to listen to near CD quality audio wirlessley it also allows a platform for basic function to be used such as play\puase, volume control ect

Blue-tooth profile basically make sure that two devices are talking in the same language and therefore understand the commands they are giving each other, saying that some different profile may work together but as a rule of thumb try to match the profiles

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Trying to connect motorola s9hd to the laptop


assuming you have bluetooth installed on your laptop,
1) you have to disable the bluetooth pairing of your s9 with another device that you may have paired with it earlier - like a mobile phone. disconnect previously paired devices first.
2) turn on the bluetooth feature on your pc and ask it to "search" for devices. assuming your s9 is on standby, your pc should be able to "locate" and pair with it assuming the s9 is within an arms length distance from the computer.
3) make sure that the s9 is completely charged to eliminate that power issues as well

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PAIR KEY FOR MOTOROLA s9


Bluetooth headsets have their passkey hardcoded by their manufacturers. So, I'm afraid it is not suitable to be changed. However, once any two bluetooth devices are paired, their link is encrypted. You see, you put your headset in pairing mode only when you want to pair it to a specific device of yours (i.e. phone, PC, etc.). Once they are paired to each other, third devices won't be able to get into that connection.
Just my 2 cents...
Regards, Carlos

Feb 21, 2009 | Motorola Mobility S9 Headphones

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Original Passcode for Motorola S9


You cannot avoid the problem with an alternative code, to my knowledge. You will find that almost every bluetooth uses the default code, 0000 , and the reason they use a code at all is to identify the devices (phone and headset, or whatever) to let them chat amongst themselves and determine what they are going to use for encryption keys for their future communication at the exact moment when they are first "paired". They only set up this encryption when they first handshake, but it ensures that every time you turn them on in the future, they hand-shake in a manner that does not allow your conversation to be overheard by spies. In other words, they digitize and scramble your speech using encryption tools that depend on the initial codes they calculated when you first "paired" them.
So the idea of the pass code is not to prevent the unit from being used by a thief, and the passcode is always the four digit number 0000
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Feb 06, 2009 | Motorola Mobility S9 Headphones

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Can't listen to music


at first i had the same issue with a sliver i once had but when i paired it to my moto q it worked just fine.

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Bluetooth with motorola s9


I don know please give me the clear idea.

May be its posible for LG cheek with your Scoop user manual do the settings if compatable to LG it will work fine

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IS MOTO RAZR S9HEADPHONE WORKS WITH MOTO RAZR V3I


If your phone supports the A2DP bluetooth protocol, music you play on the phone will be heard in both ears of the S9 headset.

Voice calls are always in one ear only.

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