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How to reset headset to use on different phone?

My old phone has stopped working and won't power on so need to pair my headset with new phone

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SOURCE: Plantronics Explorer 220 headset needs reset to new phone

Start with the device off but fully charged. Press and hold the call control button for 8 seconds; at this point, you'll see the light flash blue then red. You'll have two minutes to connect it to your new phone. Use the passkey 0000 after your phone finds the headset.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: the headset was paired with old phone, but will

Have you tried putting the phone back in to pairing mode? To do this press and hold the call control button while the power to the headset is off. Then search for the headset with the new phone. When the phone prompts you for the passkey, enter 0000

Posted on Mar 16, 2010

Testimonial: "Thank you this worked out great. Just continue to hole the call button down until it flashes red and blue. Then it will pair with the new phone or device"

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SOURCE: I need the passcode for my plantronics bluetooth

Plantronics headsets typically use "0000" as a default passcode. Does that work?

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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I have a Jabra Clear that won't match up with my phone


The first thing I'd suggest you do is to turn your cell phone off and, if possible, remove its battery for 10 to 15 seconds. Then replace the battery and turn the phone back on. If taking the battery off the phone is not possible, simply delete everything on the Bluetooth pairing memory. Also, we will need to reset the Jabra headset to the factory settings.
Turn the headset ON. Then press and hold the volume down and answer/end buttons at the same time for approx. 5 seconds until the battery icon and Bluetooth® icon flash 5 times simultaneously - then the pairing list is reset.
Turn the headset OFF. The next time you power on, the headset will go into pairing mode as the first time you powered your new Jabra headset on.
Once in pairing mode, your cell phone should be able to add the Jabra headset as a new device from within its Bluetooth menu.

Nov 11, 2014 | Jabra Products - BT2080 Monaural...

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Having issues syncing my Uniden BT112 Bluetooth to my BlackBerry Bold. I used this Bluetooth with another telephone and don't have any of the old packaging. I don't have a pin number. Help!


Please follow the correct instructions below to successfully pair your headset with the phone.Make sure that the headset is sufficiently charged before pairing.

Charge the battery
Before using your headset, charge the battery for at least 8 hours. Charging the battery completely (and keeping it charged) will help you get the longest possible talk and standby time out of the battery.

Pair the headset to your Bluetooth phone
Pairing is like "introducing" two Bluetooth devices and giving them permission to connect to each other. If you want to use the headset with more than one phone, you need to pair it with each phone separately. Once a phone and the headset are paired, they can connect automatically whenever they detect each other.
1. Make sure the headset is powered off and the power adapter is not connected (you can't use the headset while it's charging).
2. Press and hold Power until the LED flashes alternating red and blue. The headset is in pairing mode and should be visible to other Bluetooth devices.
3. On your phone, start a search for Bluetooth headsets or handsfree devices. (This process may take several seconds, and it will be different for each phone; see your phone's manual for detailed instructions.)
4. Your phone should discover a device called a BT108, BT108 headset, BT109, or BT109 headset, When your phone asks if you want to pair with this device, answer yes.
5. When your phone prompts you for a PIN code or password to pair with the BT108 or BT109 enter 0000.
6. When the headset is paired, the LED turns blue and flashes every 3 seconds. Your phone might display a confirmation message, also.
7. Your phone might ask if you want to change the headset's name; generally, you should only change the name if you have more than one BT108 or BT109 headset that you use with this phone.
Connecting to your phone
Most phones connect to the headset as soon as you pair it; if yours won't, turn the headset off and back on. If headset still won't connect, check your phone's owner's manual for additional Bluetooth information.
Once the headset is paired:
Whenever you turn the headset on, it will automatically try to connect to whatever device it was connected to last.
If the headset loses the connection (e.g., if your phone is out of range), it reconnects automatically. To manually reconnect, press Power.
If the headset goes more than 1 hour with no connection, it automatically turns off.

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Jun 15, 2011 | Uniden BT-108 Bluetooth Headset

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Pin 0000 and 1234 are not working. Is there some way to reset the pin, or a different pin I should try?


You must put you headset in pairing mode, prior to trying to pair it with your phone. In order to do it, starting with it turned off, press and hold the power button for some 10 seconds, until the indicator light is alternately flashing in red and blue. It is in pairing mode now. Then, bring your phone close to it, and make the phone's bluetooth application search for new devices. After a little while, your headset should appear on your phone' screen. Select it and make it connect. If a pairing code (or passkey, or PIN) is requested, enter '0000' (four zeros) on your phone. If the pairing process is successful, your headset should enter the stand-by mode (blue light flashing every few seconds).

By the way, If its user guide happens to be missing, or, rather, you need further informations on how to pair it with your phone, feel free to download it from this location.

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Carlos

Dec 18, 2010 | Emerson EM227 Bluetooth Headset

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The headset was paired with old phone, but will


Have you tried putting the phone back in to pairing mode? To do this press and hold the call control button while the power to the headset is off. Then search for the headset with the new phone. When the phone prompts you for the passkey, enter 0000

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Motorola phone broke. Need to pair with Samsung T239. T239 won't detect. How do I get it to pair without old phone?


I was able to get the old phone to power up long enough to disconnect Wep180. Then I was able to pair with new phone. It took a couple of tries, but I was able to make it work.

Dec 17, 2009 | Samsung WEP180 Wireless Headset

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Charged earpiece doesn't communicate with cell phone


My advice would be to re-pair the two devices. In the Bluetooth menu on you phone find 'paired devices' and delete the headset from the list. Next you will need to put the Bluetooth headset into pairing mode. Make sure it is switched off and then press and hold the power button on the headset and keep pressing it ( some headsets need to also have the up volume button pressed at the same time). What should happen is either a solid blue light of alternate flashing of two colours. (pairing mode varies on different headsets and you made need instructions or call Jabra) At this point on the phone in the Bluetooth menu search new devices. It should find your headset and request pairing code. Code should be '0000' or some headsets use '1234'. This should now set up a fresh pairing and work again. Hope that helps.

Apr 23, 2009 | Cell Phones

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Old voyager 510


There is no need to reset your old bluetooth device. You should put the device in pairing mode so that it can be detected. once you have that set up you can register it on your old device and your new device. I had my bluetooth device on 3 different phones! You can pair your headsets with more than one phone. Questions, get back to me!

Mar 18, 2009 | Plantronics 510 Voyager Headset - PLN-510...

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Paired with old phone, can't pair with new phone.


have ya phone ready to almost pair. Then on the 850 ear piece press the call button until lit and then open boom up and press the phone pairing ok button and the 850 should work. waaala!
See how easy that was.

Oct 08, 2007 | Motorola Mobility HS850 Consumer Headset

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How to reconfigure the H500 headset with a new phone?


Turn off your earpiece.Then turn it back on but hold the button until the blue light comes on and stays on.(that puts it in discovery mode) Now go to bluetooth devices in you r phone and search for the device.

Jan 04, 2007 | Motorola Mobility H500 Wireless Headset

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