Question about Samsung HM1500 Bluetooth Headset
The headset's last number redial function is causing many problems, keep redialing numbers by mistake when the button is accidentally pressed (from the seat belt or when in my pocket). How can I dasable the function
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Samsung WEP200 Headset
You must be frustrated by this problem. It should be easy to solve. All units transmitting on an open channel have a unique identifier. This is the Pass Key.
1.) Check under the transmitter and there should be some numbers. The one above the bar code is usually the passkey, but it could be another on the label so write them all down.
2.) Click on the Blue icon next to your time display in the System Tray.
3.) Double Click your bluetooth headset and when prompted for the passkey enter the first number you wrote down. If that does't work try the others. One of them is your passkey.
If you need further assistance comment back to me and I'll be glad to help.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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