You need to put Jabra in Discovery Mode. Press the "Volume up" and the "Power" button at the same time continuosly while you have your Razr in the add Bluetooth mode. Once they meet you will be asked to pair, concur. Then you wilkl be asked for a passkey.. The universal code is "0000" (4 zero's).
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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 bluetooth headset pops up on the list, highlight it and press ok to connect.
your cell will then ask permission to bond with the phone, select yes. It will then ask your for a pin. The pin will be 0000.
You have to go to Verizon, I had the voyager and the S9 headset, the S9 didnt want to pair, so they checked the bluetooth witch was'nt working, so the gave me a new phone right then and their, and it worked fine!
I used this Motorola Bluetooth manual to connect my Motorola N136/HS 850 to my LG PM 325 phone. In the attached manual: Go to "using your headset" - "linking your headset and phone" and follow the instructions. You may need to revise the steps slightly to fit the functions of your phone. I followed steps 1 and 2, skipped step 3 and instead found the bluetooth icon on my phone, selected "add new", then selected "searching and pairing" and allowed the phone to search for and pair my bluetooth device. The Motorola Bluetooth device appeared on the screen of my phone within seconds as "Motorola HS850". I selected the device on the screen of my phone and followed step 5 entering the pin code "0000" and selected "connect" on my phone to begin using my bluetooth. I hope this helps someone. Use the following link to access the manual:
you have to hold the button down until the light stays on then pair it with your phone... If that doesn't work try turning your phone off then back on and try it again.. Took me 20 minutes to get mine to work the first time
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
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 .
Delete it from your Razr, turn off the bluetooth and recharge it to full. Try pairing it again. Make sure you enter the passkey correctly. Check the manual for the bluetooth if you dont know what it is. It is usually 0000.
The only thing you really need to know for bluetooth headsets is the code to communicate it to your phone. Go under the connect wireless device option in your cell phone and select the bluetooth. Cause your phone to search for your device. While it is searching, hold down the power button on your bluetooth which should make it begin lighting up purple or some other color after about 5 seconds. You will have to put in a passcode for the headset, which for Motorola is usually 0000, or possibly 9999. Good luck! If you cant find that specific headseat guide, just look for a guide for any Motorola bluetooth headset, they are usually pretty much the same.
The term "service" refers to other types of services supported by bluetooth technology like keyboards, mice, etc. There's a lot more than just headsets now.
I suggest checking the bluetooth options on your phone to see if there is a refresh service or other option....there is one like that on my blackberry that I once had to use to solve a similar issue.
Have you tried disabling bluetooth, rebooting phone, enabling bluetooth, and rebooting phone before pairing?
Also, look to see if there is an encryption on/off option on the phone...this could be causing an echo in either state due to interference...try switching encryption on/off.
Also, check your update options on the phone, you didn't say which kind of phone it is but some can get firmware updates that may be needed for bluetooth to work well.
Finally, you may get results by deleting the device on the phone and re-adding it thru discovery.