Question about Motorola Radio Communications
I am trying to pair my motorola h620 headset with my samsung trance. I placed the phone's bluetooth on, and the device in pairing mode, and it connects and pairs sucsessfully. But sound still comes from the phone, and the headset displays a red light
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bluetooth pairing
1.Explore blue tooth devices from your motorola phone.
2.it will sure find your blue tooth headset.
3. Make sure your blue tooth headset is on
4.in pairing function select your blue tooth headset
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
SOURCE: motorola bluetooth pairing
1.Press and hold the Multifunction button in the middle of a boom headset while the headset is closed. The light will glow blue.2.Open the boom microphone and the blue light should remain on. If not, repeat step 1.
3.On the cell phone, press Menu > Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Handsfree > New Device
4.Select H700 once a connection is detected.
5.The passkey "0000" is now entered to confirm the connection has been made.
6.The cell phone screen will now read "Bluetooth Connection".
1.Provided you set the Bluetooth power to "On" after the initial connection has been made, the phone will automatically re-connect to the headset.
2.To set the Bluetooth power on - Press Menu, Select Settings, then Connections, then Bluetooth link, scroll to Setup and select that. Scroll to Power and chose Change. Scroll to On and press Select. The screen should now read "Changed: Power On".
3.Test Your Connection: Close the headset and watch for cell phone to say "Disconnected". Re-open the headset and the phone should be connected automatically and will now display "Bluetooth Connected".
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Posted on Jan 22, 2009
I had the same problem. I plugged a USB charger into the headset and turned the power switch off. It worked as normal after that. I think it does not like to be "on" when the USB is disconnected. Anyway it seems the plugging/unplugging kick-started it.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
SOURCE: Could you give me the
The passkey or pairing code is 0000 (four zeroes)
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Posted on Sep 05, 2010
SOURCE: Can u give me the
Motorola handsets and accessories will use the following default passkeys: 0000 or 1234, if not, then check the fol link
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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