Question about Cell Phones
Press and hold the third button with the phone picture on it continuously until the light displays red/blue alternate blinking light (not just blue flashing, if you see blue flashing and no red, you didn't hold it long enough). Once that is going then turn on your phone's blue tooth setting to be 'on'. At that time the phone should see the bluetooth and try to pair. It will ask you for a pin (your phone will) the pin is 0000. Hope this works for you, prob depends on which model you have, I have wireless gear bluetooth, with 3 buttons across it, and the base of the unit is black.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
Thanks for providing the answer! I didn't have the manual for the thing and bought a new phone to pair with it. Let's say the device itself is NOT intutive so i appreciate your help!
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
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