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I need a numeric passkey for my H700 bluetooth in order to pair with my AT&T balckberry. On the back there are numbers listed. 07036N and SYN1311C

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Try 0000 or 1111

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Bluetooth serial # 6809501a26-0 need


Hi,
1.Switch on the bluetooth on your phone.
2.Open the headset boom to initiate easy pairing. After a few moments, the indicator light will be steadily lit in purple to indicate headset is in pairing mode..Motorola H700 will be detected.
3.Go to handsfree and select 'look for devices'. 4.Select Motorola H700.Select Yes to bond. Enter the passkey 0000 and select OK.
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Sep 01, 2010 | Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset

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I just bought a bluetooth and my son put a random pin number and now i cant get acces to my device


Your headset will indicate it is in pairing mode when its indicator light is steadily lit in purple. Open the headset boom. If it has never been paired with any bluetooth headset before, it will enter the paring mode right away. If it has been previously paired, make sure the bluetooth radio of that(those) device(s) are turned off, and after some 5 to 10 seconds, you'll see it is in pairing mode.
Now, on your phone's bluetooth application, delete the H700 from the list of paired devices (if it is there, that is), and make it search for new devices. After a while, the H700 will show on screen. Select it and command it to proceed. If a passkey (or PIN, or pairing code) is requested, enter '0000' (four zeros).

By the way, if your headset's user guide happens to be missing, you can download it from this location.

Hope it works for you.
Cheers! Carlos

May 16, 2010 | Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset

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Changed phones want to install blue tooth h700 but it asks for a passkey. Where do I fibnd the passkey?


The passkey is 0000 (four zeros). If you need instructions do the following:
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On the PHONE, you want to push the "OK" button to get to your main tools area:
Choose Settings, then choose Connection:
Now you'll be able to pick which type of connection you want:
You want bluetooth, of course, so pick that:
Now you can specify that you want to add a new Handsfree device (even though, logically, you should go to Setup in my eyes):
Select Look For Devices, at which point the PHONE will scan for available units in the bluetooth frequency spectrum and hopefully find your H700 bluetooth headset. Assuming it does, it'll cheerily report the news:
If your PHONE doesn't find the headset, I suggest that you run the scan another time or two. Also make sure that the H700 is still showing purple, not blue or flashing blue. That should be all you need to do!
Once the PHONE has found the H700 unit, you need to actually pair them, so don't stop here. Select the H700 and you'll be asked if you want to bond the two units:
You want to say "YES", of course, at which point the PHONE will ask you for the bluetooth passkey of the H700, which, like all Motorola bluetooth headsets, is 0000. Enter it:
Choose "OK" to proceed to:
The phone has saved the pairing passkey, now it'll disconnect and search for it again in regular connection mode:
Hopefully it'll still find it, and verify the PIN:
Now, look at the H700. Notice it's no longer in the purple "pairing" mode but has switched to the regular slowly flashing blue mode. You're up, running. I hope this helps and Good luck!
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Read the manual its in there the factory setting for most is 0000 if you reset it and forgot it try disabling bluetooth on your phone the enable it ...be sure to remove the bluetooth from the recognized list too

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most bluetooth earpiece pass keys are 0000 or 000000. Hold the device power button down until the lights flash two colors, then locate device with the blackberry. Enter either of the two codes and see which works. Normally you can not change the code on the earpiece, but you can on the phones.

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Thank you. I called a 1-800 number for tech support but they told me I had to wait 14 days from the date of purchase before they could help me. Your suggestion was right on the money. Thank you.

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