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1. go into your settings on your ipod and click on the bluetooth section so that it is open.
2. on your HEADPHONES press whatever button to start syncing the bluetooth(it will most likely start flashing blue or w.e color)
3. go back to your ipod, the device will show up in the list of avaliable devices, press it, connect it, there you go!

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Pairing ipod nano 7th generation with plantronics bluetooth headset


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Please check the video link provided below for your reference. The device used there is a iphone but the instructions on how to connect a bluetooth headset are the same.

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How do you pair the 903 headset with my ipod touch?


To pair the Plantronics BackBeat 903 with an iPod Touch:

On the 903 headset:
With the headset powered off, press and hold the "Power/Pairing" button until the LED indicator flashes blue and red. This will put the 903 headset into pairing mode.

Use the iPod Touch menu to search for the headset and select 9xxBackBeat.

(If prompted, enter 0000 for the PIN code/passkey. Some devices also require you to accept the connection. Headset is paired when LED flashes blue.)

On the iPod Touch:
In Settings, choose General, Bluetooth, and turn Bluetooth on.

Choose the device on iPod Touch, then enter the PIN/Passkey 0000 (4 zeros).

After pairing the 903 and iPod Touch, the headset model may appear on the screen when you are viewing the audio or video playback controls. (You can "tap" to switch to a different audio output, such as the internal speaker)

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How to install the headset to my EVO 4g


To pair the Plantronics BackBeat 903 with an EVO 4G:

On the 903 headset:
With the headset powered off, press and hold the "Power/Pairing" button until the LED indicator flashes blue and red. This will put the 903 headset into pairing mode.

Use the iPod Touch menu to search for the headset and select 9xxBackBeat.

(If prompted, enter 0000 for the PIN code/passkey. Some devices also require you to accept the connection. Headset is paired when LED flashes blue.)


On the EVO 4G:

Turn the Bluetooth on from the Home screen, tap Menu, Settings, Wireless & Networks, Bluetooth.


Pair the EVO 4G by going to the Home screen, press Menu, Settings, Wireless & Networks, Bluetooth Settings, Scan for Devices. Follow the on screen prompts to pair the devices.

Good luck from Headsets Direct - 800-914-7996.

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Need pairing instructions


To pair your Plantronics Explorer 230, click on the following and should only take a few minutes with detailed instructions and picture:

How to Pair your Plantronics Explorer 230 Headset

Good Luck from Headsets Direct!

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Can i connect my Plantronics Discovery 925 with my ipod touch? and how if i can


Your headset is a monaural device, and, as such, bears bluetooth profiles HSP (HeadSet Profile) and HFP (HandsFree Profile) only, which are suitable solely for handling phone calls. The iPod Touch is not a phone, though, for what it must lack those profiles. It does have A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile), though, which are meant for stereo music streams. In order to have a bluetooth headset paired with your iPod, you better purchase a stereo pair out there. There are lots of brands and models available.

You know, for some platforms there are some applications which are able to route all audio sources to a monaural bluetooth headset. I don't know if there are any of such softwares to be picked up from Apple's app market. You could search for it, if you want, but be warned that such arrangements use to result in pretty poor sound quality.

Please, let me know if I can help you any further.

Regards,
Carlos

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PAIRING PLANTRONICS BLUETOOTH WITH IPHONE 3G


On your phone. goto the Bluetooth menu and select "Add Device or Add Headset"

Refer here to put the headset into pairing mode:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5009033-put_most_bluetooth_headsets_into_pairing

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I am trying to pair a Discovery 925 to an ipod touch (2nd generation). It recognizes "9xxPlantronics Not Connected" I click on that bar (or line) and get the keyboard screen with the request to enter...


I might be wrong, but I think the iPod Touch, not being a phone, doesn't have either HSP (HeadSet Profile) or HFP (Hands Free Profile) bluetooth profiles, solely used for phone calls. Nevertheless, being an audio/video reproduction device, it must have A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile), from its 2nd-gen onwards. Your problem is that the Plantronics 925, being a monoaural bluetooth headset, bears HSP and HFP only. You were able to successfully pair it with your TP2 because it is a phone. You must purchase stereo bluetooth headsets, in order to pair them with your iPod Touch.
Just my 2 cents... Carlos

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