Cant find the Bluetooth device, it finds my iPhone but not th headset... I'm charging the lite is blue..? I cant find the answer to how to connect. thank you... I am trying to connect it to my HP pc Lenovo
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1. Charge the headset:Headset is charged via USB cable, the light will be red when charging. When the battery is fully charged (about 2-3 hours), the red light of the headset will turn off automatically or the red light turns blue.
2. Turn on the headset:Press the on / talk button on the headset for about 5 seconds until the blue and red flashes alternately (or blue flashes or the blue lights all the time ), now the headset is ready to be connected to the iPhone.
3. Go to Settings, and tap Bluetooth. Turn on Bluetooth.
iPhone will automatically start searching for Bluetooth devices. Tap the device in the Devices list, then follow the onscreen instructions to connect to it. After matching successfully, the blue light on the headset will flash twice per time.
4. Call: when you finish all the above steps, you are going to talk via the Bluetooth headset. When there is incoming call, press the on / talk button, you can talk with Bluetooth headset, when you want to end the call, press the on / talk button, you can end the call.
5. Turn off the headset: Press the on / talk button for 5 seconds until the red light of the headset flashes quickly for twice, then release the button, the headset will be turned off.
1. Hold the "Answer/End" button on your Jabra Bluetooth
headset down until the LED light on the headset turns solid blue. It is the button that has an image of a
telephone on it.
2. Click on the "Settings" icon from the main screen of your iPhone.
3. Click on "General" in your iPhone's "Settings" menu.
4. Click on "Bluetooth" to access
your iPhone's Bluetooth menu and then click the option to turn on your
iPhone's Bluetooth connection. Once your iPhone's Bluetooth is turned
on, it will search for available Bluetooth devices.
5. Select your Jabra headset by clicking on the icon that appears on your iPhone's screen.
6. Enter the passkey for your Jabra Bluetooth headset. The default passkey on Jabra headsets is "0000."
Hold the "Answer/End" button on your Jabra Bluetooth headset down until the LED light on the headset turns solid blue. The location of the button may vary based on which headset you have, but its appearance will be the same; it is the button that has an image of a telephone on it.
Click on the "Settings" icon from the main screen of your iPhone 4 .
Click on "General" in your iPhone's "Settings" menu.
Click on "Bluetooth" to access your iPhone's Bluetooth menu and then click the option to turn on your iPhone's Bluetooth connection. Once your iPhone's Bluetooth is turned on, it will search for available Bluetooth devices.
Select your Jabra headset by clicking on the icon that appears on your iPhone's screen.
Enter the passkey for your Jabra Bluetooth headset. The default passkey on Jabra headsets is "0000."
Click on "OK" on your iPhone 4 to complete the connection to your Jabra headset.
Tips & Warnings
The LED light on your headset must be solid blue to pair to your iPhone. A flashing light indicates your headset is not yet in pairing mode and your iPhone will not be able to connect to the headset.
Having your iPhone 4 Bluetooth turned on will drain your phone battery faster than normal.
Hi, the iPhone 3G definitely does work with bluetooth. In fact, I'm talking on a bluetooth headset with my iPhone 3G right now.
You have to put both your Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headsetand the iPhone in "pairing mode".
On your iPhone, click the Menu button, tap the Settings icon, tap the General icon, and then tap the Bluetooth icon. Make sure that 'Bluetooth' is set to "ON" and not "OFF". As long as you have this screen up, your iPhone is in pairing mode.
Turn your Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset off and wait a few seconds. On your Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset, press and hold and Answer/End button for Five Seconds, until a solid blue light comes on, which places the device in Bluetooth discoverable mode.
Now that both devices are 'discoverable', the Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset will show up on that Bluetooth screen on your iPhone. Be patient as it might take a minute to appear. Tap on the Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headsetin the list on your iPhone, and then it will ask you for a passkey. The passkey is "0000" (without the quotes). After you enter the passkey, the Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset will show up on the list with the word "Paired" next to it.
Now you're paired! Incoming calls will automatically be passed to your headset as long as your iPhone can find it nearby.
go to the menu on your phone
select manage connections
set up bluetooth
then you'll see search listen, etc.
position on search don't press yet
get your ear piece ready:
press the on button and hold it until
you see a solid blue light (not blinking but solid) if it blinks try again until you get a solid blue light (it takes about 5-8 seconds)
when that happens go to your phone and press search
it will look for devices (it may find several)
look for your earpiece model and select it
it will ask for a code or passkey, type 0000. Then it's going to ask if you want to bond or pair click yes and it will connect
check on the connection manager again and your bluetooth should be on and connected.
iPhone does not support Bluetooth to transfer data between iPhones or computers, the only usage for Bluetooth for Syncing the iPhone with Bluetooth headset, so its not an error only you need to connect it with Bluetooth headset, by searching for headset and set the passkey to authnticate the phone with the headset
you have to make sure that bluetooth is turned on.
go to your home screen, touch settings, then general, then bluetooth, make sure the bluetooth switch is set to on.
Then follow your directions for the your headset for pairing, usually it involves holding the power button down for so many seconds, then it will enter a "pairing" mode where the headset is able to be seen by phones.
Once that happens it should pop up on the bluetooth page of the iPhone and it will ask for the devices password. Most devices the default password is 1111.
Hope this helps and enjoy your Iphone, I know I do ;)