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Lost pairing? I lost my connection or pairing between my Razr and H350 They worked well together for 6 months and now won t recognize each other. Bluetooth logo is on phone. I can't hear through the phone OR the bluetooth. Please help! Karmas

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First when ya call connects, hit the Menu key (three lines inthe center) choose USE HANDSET.
Second Make sure the Bluetooth is fully charged, andit seems to lose charge fast.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008


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