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Bluetooth When I press the button to let it pair to the cellphone... the light does not stay lit long enough for the cell phone to reconize the bluetooth?

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  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2007

    I have a Nokia E 62 cell phone and the purple light comes on and then 5-6 seconds later it goes off. Never a blue light.

  • bluesnow Nov 12, 2007

    Yes I have the same problem with motorola H700 when i tried to connect with my samsung SGH-U600, the purple light doesnt stay on. I was sucessful with my motorola Raz v.3 phone.

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I've noticed the same problem if I don't have the headset open. Try flipping the mic open, then pair it. Hope that helps.

Posted on Nov 09, 2007

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How to pair it with galaxy tab 4


This is for the 1900, but should be the same. Go to Bluetooth settings on your Galaxy.
Samsung HM 1900 User Manual

Aha, I found this for the 1500

4 Enter the Bluetooth PIN (0000, 4 zeros) to pair and connect the headset to your phone. Your headset supports the Simple Pairing feature which allows the headset to be paired with a phone without requesting a PIN. This feature is available for phones that are compliant with Bluetooth version 2. The headset also can be paired via the Active pairing feature, see page 14. Connecting with two Bluetooth phones
With the Multi-point feature activated, your headset can be connected with two Bluetooth phones at the same time. 1 After connecting with the first Bluetooth phone, press and hold the Talk button until the blue indicator light stays lit. 2 Press and hold the Volume up button to activate the Multi-point feature. 3 Activate the Bluetooth feature on the second Bluetooth phone and search for the headset (see your phone???s user manual). 12

4 Select the headset (HM1500) from the list of devices found by the second Bluetooth phone. 5 Enter the Bluetooth PIN (0000, 4 zeros) to connect the headset to the phone. ??¢??¢ You can set the headset automatically to reconnect to the recently connected phones each time you turn it on. -- To reconnect to the two most recently connected phones, activate the Multi-point feature. Press and hold the Volume up button in Pairing mode until the blue indicator light flashes twice. -- To reconnect to only the most recently connected phone, deactivate the Multi-point feature. Press and hold the Volume down button in Pairing mode until the red indicator light flashes twice. ??¢??¢ When the headset connects to two Bluetooth phones, some phones may not connect to the headset as the second Bluetooth phone. English

Disconnecting the headset
To disconnect the headset from your phone, ??¢??¢ Turn off the headset. 13

Reconnecting the headset
When the headset is paired with a phone, it will attempt to automatically reconnect each time you turn it on. If the headset does not automatically attempt to reconnect, ??¢??¢ Press the Talk button. Pairing via the Active pairing feature
With the Active pairing feature, your headset can automatically search for a Bluetooth phone and try to make a connection with it. 14

3 Press and hold the Talk button until the violet indicator light turns on. The headset will switch to Active Pairing mode, search a Bluetooth phone within range, and attempt to pair with it. [. . . ] ??¢??¢ To switch between the current call and the held call, press and hold the Talk button. 19

http://lastmanuals.com/manual/SAMSUNG/AURICULAR-MONO-BLUETOOTH-HM1500

Oct 30, 2015 | Samsung HM1500 Bluetooth Headset

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Lost instructions for how to get my cell phone connected to my samsung mep 350 calls for pin and i dont have one


1 Enter Pairing mode.
• Turn off your headset and press and hold the Multifunction
button until the blue indicator light remains lit
after blinking.
• If you turn it on for the first time, it proceeds into Pairing
mode immediately.
2 Search for and pair with your phone according to your
phone’s user guide. (Bluetooth PIN: 0000, 4 zeros)
• If the pairing is successful, the blue indicator light will
flash 10 times rapidly before entering Standby mode.
• If the blue indicator light remains lit, retry pairing.
Pairing with your Bluetooth phone
When the headset and the phone are paired, the
headset attempts to reconnect automatically each
time it turns on. Otherwise, press the Multi-function
button to reconnect.

USER GUIDE

Jan 03, 2010 | Samsung WEP350 Bluetooth Headset Red

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I need help pairing my motorola h500 to motorola i580 phone


  1. Make sure your phone's bluetooth is on.
  2. Go to MENU > SETTINGS > CONNECTION > BLUETOOTH LINK > SETUP.
  3. Scroll to power then press change.
  4. Scroll to ON the press select to turn on the bluetooth feature. Bluetooth feature remains ON until it is turned off.
  5. With the headset power off, press and hold the CALL button for 6-10 seconds until the blue light indicator turns on and remains steadily lit. If it does not stay lit, turn off the headset. To turn it off, press and hold CALL button until blue light stops.
  6. While holding the CALL button on the headset, on your phone select MENU > SETTINGS > CONNECTION > BLUETOOTH LINK > HANDS-FREE > LOOK FOR DEVICES. The phone lists all bluetooth devices it finds.
  7. Select Motorola H500.
  8. Press OK or YES to pair the headset with your phone.
  9. Enter the passkey 0000.
  10. Press OK.

Oct 08, 2009 | Motorola Mobility H500 Headset

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Pairing bluetooth with cell phone


I solved this problem myself. Thanks for allowing me to post anyway. Nice to have a backup plan. First I had the wrong bluetooth listed it is actually H700 not H710. And to get it in pairing mode you press the call button and hold it while opening the boom and the purple light stays lit then it is ready for your phone to search and find it. Very simple really. Makes a person feel rather stupid when you realize how easy it really is. Thanks again for having a site for dumbies like me.

Dec 16, 2008 | Sanyo SCP-3200 Cellular Phone

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Please help with Samsung WEP410 Headset Problem


As Quoted from Arfur - see bold print if you are having problems. You don't need to unpair the other phone, it will unpair itself.:

>Paraphrasing from the manual:
>1. Turn off headset.
>2. Press & hold the Multi-function button for 8 seconds, until >the lower half is lit up blue (not flashing).***THIS IS >IMPORTANT! KEEP HOLDING IT IN UNTIL IT STOPS >FLASHING! The whole thing will be lit up blue, but the lower >half will be brighter.
>3. Set your 'phone to discover bluetooth devices.
>4. Your 'phone will find the "Samsung WEP410" headset, & >ask if you want to pair with it. Confirm by pressing "Yes" or >"OK".
>5. Enter passkey or PIN "0000" (4 zeros), then "Yes" or "OK".

Aug 05, 2008 | Samsung WEP410 Bluetooth Headset Wireless...

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Pairing problem


As Quoted from Arfur - see bold print if you are having problems. You don't need to unpair the other phone, it will unpair itself.:

>Paraphrasing from the manual:
>1. Turn off headset.
>2. Press & hold the Multi-function button for 8 seconds, until >the lower half is lit up blue (not flashing).***THIS IS >IMPORTANT! KEEP HOLDING IT IN UNTIL IT STOPS >FLASHING! The whole thing will be lit up blue, but the lower >half will be brighter.
>3. Set your 'phone to discover bluetooth devices.
>4. Your 'phone will find the "Samsung WEP410" headset, & >ask if you want to pair with it. Confirm by pressing "Yes" or >"OK".
>5. Enter passkey or PIN "0000" (4 zeros), then "Yes" or "OK".

Jun 06, 2008 | Samsung WEP410 Bluetooth Headset Wireless...

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Purple light wont stay lit for pairing


Make sure the microphone is closed and the BlueTooth is off. Hold the button in until it turns purple. As soon as it does release the button and flip out the microphone. The purple light should stay lit all the time now. That is until the pairing process is done with the phone.

Mar 18, 2008 | Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset

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Motorola H350 User Manual


On your bluetooth headset, hold down the power button until the light stays on steady. (it will blink when you initially power it on, but continue to hold for another few seconds for the steady light!) Your headset is now in pairing mode.

On your RAZR, press Menu > Settings and Tools > Connections > Bluetooth > Handsfree > Look for devices. Your phone will then scan for any bluetooth devices that are in pairing mode. When your headset pops up on the list, highlight it and press ok to connect.

If the device asks permission to bond with the phone, select yes. It will then prompt you for a pin code. The pin will be 0000 .

Jan 08, 2008 | Motorola Mobility Bluetooth Hands Free...

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H700


Thank you for your help. I was getting very frustrated trying to pair my new Bluetooth with my Nokia 6126. I'm all set now. You're a lifesaver!!!!!

Dec 01, 2007 | Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset

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Pairing to bluetooth


The V3C cant pair with other phones.. I have to hold my bluetooth head set on top of my phone to get it to pair sometimes and make sure the headset is in pairing mode

Nov 09, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3c Cellular Phone

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