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Help with pairing

I brought a new motorola razr and i am unable to pair my h700 with the phone

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with h700 in off position you held down the center button till it turned pink then opened the mic so that it stayed pink?

told the phone to add new device?

made sure that bluetooth is turned on under settings?

i just got a h700 myself and it was very easy to sync.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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