Question about VXI Corporation Blueparrott B250-XT Bluetooth Headset
I have tried to pair my Parrot B250-XT to my iphone , not having much success. Yes I have charged etc
There are 2 parts to bluetooth. Step 1 is pairing. You need to set the phone AND the headset to detect each other (pairing mode). The phone is the easy part - it will tell you on the screen that it is searching for the headset. The headset has a specific way to put it in detect/pair mode. Sometimes it is holding down the power button for 5 seconds or longer. When the phone detects the headset, it will ask for the password and allow you to name it.
Sometimes, the phones already try the default 0000 passcodes and connect automatically.
Step 2 is connecting to the bluetooth device.
If you are connected and can make and receive calls, you don't need to do anything anymore.
Best of luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Turn headset off (panel 5).
2. Hold down the headset’s MFB until the red and blue lights
flash and you hear 2 rising tones, followed by 4 more tones.
Important: Wait for all tones and for both lights to flash. This
may take up to 15 sec. Release the MFB.
3. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for putting your
cellular phone into Bluetooth discovery mode.
4. Wait 5-15 sec. while the devices discover each other.
When the phone discovers the headset, select “Pair” and
enter a passcode of 0000 when instructed. When pairing
is complete the headset’s blue light will stop flashing and
the phone will prompt you to ‘connect’ to the headset.
Enter “Yes” on the phone to connect to the headset. When
connected, the blue light will flash indicating that the
headset is in standby mode ready to receive a call.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
SOURCE: no sound coming from my
"no voice dial was working fine."
I cant understand this line.What are you trying to say please be explain more.
Have you tried to reset the device?Just try and let me know.
1 switch phone on and pair with headset.
2 when paired (blue light flashing) put the charger on the headset for exactly 10 seconds.
3 Remove the charger.
4 The lights alternates between red and blue(Resetting)
5 When light stops, it is resetted.
If still the problem persist it is hardware problem so let me know so i can help you more.
post a comment for further assistance.
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Posted on Sep 27, 2010
Turn your blue tooth radio off both in headset and iMAC. Then turn it on again. If you had set a password then it will ask for the password. IF remember the password then type it correctly. You should be fine.
If you don't remember the password the un-install blue tooth driver in iMAC and reinstall it. This time do not pair it. You can connect to the headset by password.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
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