Question about Radio Communications
First make sure that the phone and the headset are fully charged. Turn on the P705F and enable Bluetooth for the phone. Touch the Apps button and look for the Apps tab. Go to Settings and then find the Wireless and Networks section. Set Bluetooth to On. With the headset off, press and hold the answer button (on the back) for 7+ seconds and the red and blue lights blink alternately. Set your phone to look for available Bluetooth devices by tapping the Bluetooth menu. If needed, click on Search for devices. Find the headphones in the list. Type in the code 0000. If the blue light blinks 3 times and then once every 7seconds, it's paired correctly. If that fails, try again from pressing the Answer button.
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Posted on May 12, 2014
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