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Message: Headset unplugged, keeps popping up and is disruptive. I do not use a headset.

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SOURCE: nokia 6260

try a master reset on your phone, this will be located somewhere in the settings

Posted on May 17, 2006

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SOURCE: GN 9350 Wireless Headset doesn't ring on the headset when phone rings

It only picks up certain digital rings. I changed the ringer on my phone and had the same problem. To fix it, I had to plug in the little microphone that plugs into the handset lifter and place the mic over the ringer speaker. Now it works fine.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: GN 9350 Headset won't charge, blue light remains off

Unplug the unit, then take the ear piece and slide the battery off .... When you have the battery detached from the ear piece, wipe off the metal prongs, leave it off for a few minutes, then put back together. Make sure you plug the unit back in. It will take a couple hours for the unit to be charged. That should take care of the issue.

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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SOURCE: headset not going into pairing mode.

Hold down round button on earbud for 5-6 seconds until the lights blink alternating red and blue.....then, enable your phone/device to connect in pairing mode. This will be a "find device" command or something similar. Once they recognize each will send you a screen to enter a code. This will be 0000.....enter that...and once they are good to go.

Posted on Mar 08, 2010

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SOURCE: Green light stays on....headset not turning on

I have had no trouble with mine (3+ months of good use) until today. Same problem you had - green light won't go out, unit won't turn on. Jonsumer's solution got me to thinking, and this worked for me:

1. plug the charger into the wall.
2. plug the headset into the charger.
3. unplug the headset from the wall.

Plugging & unplugging the headset to charger multiple times had NO effect. It was only when I plugged it into the charger and unplugged the charger from the wall that the green light turned off and the headset began to work normally.

Posted on Jul 06, 2010

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