Question about Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset
I got the H700 to Pair with my Nextel Blackberry 7100i, but I can't get it to connect. Solutions?
I had the same problem and I tried pairing it by pushing the trackwheel and by pushing the enter key. I tried each of those solutions several times with no luck. What actually worked for me was to select the device the second it said "audio device" before it recognized it as Motorola h700. Then after entering the 0000 code I pushed the trackwheel. Now without closing the boom on the headset I pushed the trackwheel again on the phone and went to "connect". That was the only way I was able to get it to work.
Posted on May 15, 2008
I am not sure this is what solved my problem but it worked after I did this. When you enter the 0000 code, make sure to hit the enter key and not push the trackwheel. That made the connection work.
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Boost Mobile has the cheapest (and slowest) data service around, and the Nextel Branded BlackBerry is the only smart phone that works with Boost's iDEN service.
The old 7520 and 7100i BlackBerry's can be purchased for around 50 dollars, and are very usable smart phones.
The newer BlackBerry 8350i is one of the best blackberry smartphones available. However on Nextel it costs more then 120 dollars a month for unlimited everything and on Boost mobile you can get unlimited service for $50 a month.
The difference however is that Boost mobile
does not offer a Blackberry Data Plan and Nextel does. So if you want to
browse the web, send emails, and be able to download apps, you have to
convert your Nextel Blackberry to Boost Mobile.
The email works a little differently in that you can set up your yahoo or aol mail to forward to your Blackberry by using the email address
email@example.com as the forward to email address.
What are the differences of the Nextel Blackberry models?
Besides the obvious difference which is the design of the phone and the applications and memory available, the 8350i runs BlackBerry OS version 4.6 whereas the 7520 and 7100i run version 4.1. The older OS does not support as many apps and features.
To sum it up Boost Mobile Phones aren't good and Blackberry's are. It's really that simple.
Does Boost support the BlackBerry?
Not officially. Boost sells their Starter kit to "give new life to a previously used Boost or Nextel phone", but they make no specific mention of its compatibility with the BlackBerry. Using a BlackBerry on Boost is consistent with their terms and conditions, but you won't get any help from Boost for configuring your BlackBerry.
Which features work?
Voice service and basic data service work.
3rd-party apps work, including apps for web browsing, email, GPS, and instant messaging.
Over-the-air installation of apps using the BlackBerry Browser will work if youfollow the how-to.
Text messaging will work if you follow the how-to.
Apps can also be installed using the Desktop Manager software on your PC.
Which Boost plans included data service?
All Boost plans include basic data service
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