Question about Radio Communications
Iphone is picky when you want to connect bluetooth. Make sure your hearing aids are compatible with the iPhone. to learn more about bluetooth and the different protocol stacks, read here:
Posted on Apr 19, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your phone probably is not capable of syncing into that kind of blue tooth, if not go see your cellphone dealers store they will help you.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Try this- first,make sure on your phone, that you have checked that bluetooth is on. You do not need to also check the box to make visible with other devices.
Then-try this, (I got mine to work (I had same problem). On headset, close boom, hold center button (and it turns pink). then, while keeping center button depressed, open boom- light remains pink. Then look on phone, and hit Add new device-- and bingo, it should be recognized now!! You'll be asked if u want to pair w/ Motorola-- and led through the process--follow those steps.
I had tried similar earlier, but the trick was to keep the button depressed, and then open the boom. I can't quite remember if I kept button depresed until I also pressed Add new device on phone or just until after opening the boom and the light stayed on ... Sorry I can't be exact; I was too excited. Hope this helps you get yours working!
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
SOURCE: Trying to connect Plantronic 220
1.First switch on the bluetooth in mobile phone.Keep the headset switched off.
2.Now press the call button for 2 seconds if you are paring this headset for first time,If this head set is aired already with another mobile press for 8 seconds until the headset status indicator begins to flash blue then red
3.Now search the bluetooth by your mobile device.It detects and you can pair it
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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