Question about Cell Phones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you put your headset in pairing mode and entered the correct passkey, i.e. '0000' (four zeros)? Anyway, detailed instructions on how to pair it with your phone can be found on its user guide; In case yours happens to be missing, you'll still be able to find it here.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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On your phone, make sure bluetooth is turned on (settings, general).
While your phone is in discovery mode, turn your bluetooth device on and put it in discovery mode (usually you have to hold the power button for 7-10 seconds).
Your phone will find the device, and you will be prompted to enter the devise's PIN number (often 0-0-0-0). Your phone should pair with the device then.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
I had the same problem as you. I took the following steps to solve it.
- Powered off both devices.
- Turned on the Supertooth by holding the powerbutton until light alternates red/blue.
- Turned on phone, enabled bluetooth.
- Went to Connectivity->Bluetooth->(right)->options>"New paired Device".
It finally managed to pair the device.
Had to enter pincode (0000, which is default for all supertooths).
Hope it helps.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
it arises commonly because most of bluetooths cannot support more than one device(if once connected they dont connect to other device) ....
Posted on Oct 31, 2011
Not all Bluetooth devices are compatible. I have had this issue with many of my phones and my old HFD's.
In evaluating this issue I see that both devices use BT 2.1 so there should be no conflicts with the communications.
Basic pairing steps can be done by going into your phone and making sure the following things are done:
1. Make sure your Bluetooth is turned on
2. Make sure your phones Bluetooth is set to discoverable
3. Place both the phone and the buddy within 5 inches of each other for optimal signal exchange
4. "From OFF, press and hold the On/Off (8) button of the handsfree kit until the Bluetooth Indicator (4) turns blinking red/blue. Then press the MFB (6)button to search your phone. Note: The handsfree kit will search only for 1 minute. If your phone is not found, press the MFB (6) button again." Supertooth Buddy User Manual
5. When the Buddy finds your phone accept any paring messages that appear on you phone and then your set to go.
There are manual paring instructions as well. Please refer to your owners/operators manual for further reading.
Phone - http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_c1_01-3365.php
Buddy - http://www.supertooth.net/EN/BUDDY/#USER
Posted on Oct 15, 2012
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