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I have a metal gear solid 4 bluetooth headsetand i need to know the instuctions to use it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Press and hold down the button on the front of the bluetooth (has little phone symbol). Wait until it is blinking blue, means it's on. Keep it held down longer, it will be a constant blue light, no blinking. That is pairing mode. That is when you should search for the device via your phone and it will come up as H200. Pair, put in 0000 as your code. Should connect. Hold down the button on the bluetooth while on and it will blink red once and that means it's off. While connected to your cell it can answer your calls, hang up calls, up/down volume, ignore calls, and call the last person called. The pairing thing took a while for me to figure out, I have the manual and it doesn't say anything about waiting until it's a constant blue light. Make sure you keep holding it down until the blue light is on, NOT flashing, it will start flashing but keep it held down until it stops flashing and is on.
Hopes this helps!
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
SOURCE: BH-320 Bluetooth Headset.
Hold for 10sec or more upto when blinks and stop at long time, serach bluetooth device in mobile after search it shows BH320, Enter 0000 to connect device to mobile.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
The AATH200HBE is just a charging cradle.
Do you mean the actual headset that sits in the cradle?
If so, it is probably a WEP200?
The user manual is at http://www.alternativewireless.com/samsung/Samsung-WEP200G-quickstart.pdf
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
I had the same problem. I plugged a USB charger into the headset and turned the power switch off. It worked as normal after that. I think it does not like to be "on" when the USB is disconnected. Anyway it seems the plugging/unplugging kick-started it.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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