My J2 was paired with a BlackBerry Pearl that I lost. I received a replacement BlackBerry 8700 and can't pair the J2. I heard that the J2 is stil married to the BlackBerry Pearl and that the J2 need to be reset but how do you reset it? Followed the instructions to reset and pair but it won't work. Frustrating!
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Re: Pairing Jawbone 2 with BlackBerry 8700
Just put your jawbone in pairing mode, usually by press and holding the on button for about 10 seconds. you should see the light flash blue and red alternately.The go to options on your BB and bluetooth then press the ball and add device you will have an option for allow another to find me, click it and when your jawbone pairs put in the default code which should be 0000 or 1234 you device will pair and your set
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1. Press your "Menu" button. ( located near the bottom of your phone to the left of your home button ) 2. Press the "Settings" button. 3. Press the "Wireless and Networks" button. 4. Check the Bluetooth box to turn on bluetooth. 5. Press the Bluetooth Settings button. 6. Put your Jawbone Icon into discoverable mode. Follow this link for instructions if you cant find your manual. http://www.headsets.com/headsets/resources/jawbone-pairing-guide.html 7. Click "Scan for Devices" on your EVO. 8. When your Jawbone Icon appears in the Devices list click on it and pair the devices. At this point it will ask you to accept pairing. Once you do that you should be good to use your headset.
We suggest you to reinsert the sim once again and check for the same. And try to perform the following steps: Apply the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application to your BlackBerry smartphone. Download the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application file using your BlackBerry smartphone browser Note: The Bluetooth Pairing Helper is available for BlackBerry smartphones running BlackBerry Device Software 4.2 and later. Complete the following steps for the Bluetooth Pairing Helper software. The following steps use the Land Rover as an example. Place the vehicle into pairing mode. For instructions, see the vehicle user manual. Start the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application. See links above. The following message appears on the BlackBerry smartphone: Please initiate the pairing process on your car. Click ?Done? when pairing is complete On the vehicle, press the Dial button. The following message appears on the Land Rover, and the progress bar on the Bluetooth Pairing Helper Application begins to advance: Searching The Land Rover display lists the name of the BlackBerry smartphone (and any other Bluetooth devices found within range). This may take one or two minutes. On the vehicle display, use the dial to highlight and then select the BlackBerry smartphone. The vehicle displays a random personal identification number (PIN) to pair. When the BlackBerry smartphone prompts for a PIN, type the PIN shown on the vehicle display in step 8 and press Enter. The BlackBerry smartphone displays Pairing complete. Connect to and press Yes. Pairing completes and an Connection to vehicle succeeded should appear on the BlackBerry smartphone. If the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application does not close, click Done to close the application. If you find the same error as sim rejected even after performing the steps, you need to check with the service provider relavent to the sim problem.
Is the jawbone in pairing mode (this means either a solid light on the jawbone by pressing and holding the button. Or it could be a flashing light. Either way you need to be in pairing mode for your phone to discover it.once it is pairing mode the pairing code is "0000" put this in and the light should flash off on the bluetooth
Is this the first time you're pairing iPhone and jawbone or it's been working before?
If this is the first time,
1. Go to settings-general-bluetooth and turn on the bluetooth on your iPhone
2. Press and hold the button above the LED light until the LED light flashes Red and White
3. Go to your iPhone and click on Jawbone and it should connect.
If it's been working before:
1. Make sure Jawbone is fully charged.
2. Press and hold the button below the LED until white light blinks
3. Go to iPhone make sure bluetooth is on press Jawbone to connect
If this procedure fails try the to follow the First Time Pairing Instruction