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Connect the iPhone Dual Dock or iPhone Bluetooth Travel Cable to a USB 2.0 port on your computer (not on the keyboard).
Connect iPhone and the headset to the dock or cable. The headset pairs with iPhone automatically.
Pairing iPhone Bluetooth Headset with another Bluetooth-enabled deviceTo pair the iPhone Bluetooth Headset with another wireless device, such as a Bluetooth-enabled phone or computer. Step 1: Set the headset to be discoverable
Turn off the headset.
Press and hold the headset button for about eight seconds, until you hear the startup tone and then five quick high beeps.
The headset is now discoverable and will remain so for about five minutes. The status light blinks while the headset is discoverable.
Step 2: Turn on Bluetooth on the other device and search for devices
On the device, turn Bluetooth on and set the device to search for other Bluetooth devices.
On the device, choose iPhone Bluetooth Headset and enter the PIN code 0000.
See the instructions that came with your other Bluetooth-enabled device for more information about pairing it with Bluetooth devices.
Hello! a device called the Tail Light Relay; Located in the under dash fuse/relay box is the likely culprit...It controls the left/right brake lights but not the middle brake light...Also check that the L/R brake lights have a solid ground...Use an ohm meter...Zero ohms to negative battery terminal...
Some phones allow you to set the options for the device in the bluetooth menu for each device. These options include auto authorize which is what you would be looking for to enable for your new headset to auto connect. I'm looking at the Samsung m300 user guide, but it doesn't mention this option, however it may be in the menu as an option when you select the device under the bluetooth menu.
go to the control pannel, then go to sounds and audio devices, then click the audio tab across the top. under sound playback, choose your speakers as the default device. solution only works like this for windows xp. good luck
see if you have connected the speaker cable to the right jack i.e the green jack on your pc and raise the volume i the computer if this did not work put some other speakers and play if those speakers works then the problem is with the speakers if even other speakers are not playing then the audio device driver is not instaled on your pc try installing audio drivers which will given to you from *********** board cd if the driver is instaled stil not working it is confirmed that you should buy new speakers or repair it with the product service center
re: Carmen66. Your advise 'bluetooth' "device is out of range or powered off", worked like magic. Yes, it's a pain to power off the phone and restart it before connecting the bluetooth, but heck it works. Reboot, so simple, inconvenient, but works with GREAT success! Thnk You.Very Helpful. First new phone in a few yrs and was ready to take it all back.