Question about Motorola Mobility H670 Wireless Headset
If you go in to your phones menu you will find a bluetooth snyc tool. The phone should pick up the signal if the earpiece is turned on. One thing this multifunction button does NOT do is turn the unit on and off. The entire switch itself slides up and down. There are times when you simply don’t want to bother with the earpiece, change wireless headphones, or don’t want to risk accidental calls. So the slider switch is a much easier way to keep track of whether or not the H670 is on or off than waiting for a blinking blue light that may never come.
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Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hold the up volume and the talk button (the one on the side of the ear piece) down until the status light flashes red then blue. This places the headsead into pairing mode.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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