Question about Samsung Cell Phones
To pair the headset in manually pairing mode:
1. With the headset off, press the center POWER button for 7 seconds until you see the headset blue light turn solid blue (no loneger flashing).
2. The indicator light will turn solid blue, which indicates that the headset is in "Pairing mode".
3. In the phone, you now have to add the headset to the phone's list of Bluetooth devices.
4. You have to enter a Bluetooth passkey in the phone. The default passkey is 0000.
These directions apply to a lot of different bluetooth headsets. If "0000" (four zeros) does not work, try "0001" (three zeros and a one) or "1234".
Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 24, 2014
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