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1.)Turn on your BT on the 8300, 2.)Press and hold the button on your H700, flip open the boom when the light turns blue. 3.)On Blackberry go to BT setup and select search, it should find it. 4.) when it askes for the PIN enter "0000" and OK it should then be connected.
most bluetooth earpiece pass keys are 0000 or 000000. Hold the device power button down until the lights flash two colors, then locate device with the blackberry. Enter either of the two codes and see which works. Normally you can not change the code on the earpiece, but you can on the phones.
First, CLOSE your boom
Second, Hold the talk button( about 5 secs it should turn to purple color)
Third, DO NOT release the button while opening your boom
Fourth, your BT should be in discover mode( show the steady light not flashing )
Fifth, open your phone bluetooth and search for device. Choose your bluetooth that appeared on the list ( pair code normally "0000" ).
The same way you did to your Razr. Make sure the H700s microphone are is in the off position. Push in and hold the button on the H700 until the light lights up purple. Release the button and quickly open the microphone button. The light will stay purple and you are now in "Pairing Mode". Now follow the instructions for your phone to pair with a BlueTooth unit. When it asks for a code, use 0000 (that is 4 zeros).
I'm having the same problem except my message says "seeking motorola h700" and keeps seeking until the h700 goes into powersave mode. I called motorola support and they told me to take it in for repairs( at my cost cuz the warranty is over). I've only used the h700 a handfull of times( I bought it more for optional convienience). I've got to say I'm pretty dissapointed with the durability with this product.
There is an online guide from Motorola on how to pair with your phone, there is also a FAQ section.
Go through the guide and let us know if you still have an issue & detail the problem.
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The term "service" refers to other types of services supported by bluetooth technology like keyboards, mice, etc. There's a lot more than just headsets now.
I suggest checking the bluetooth options on your phone to see if there is a refresh service or other option....there is one like that on my blackberry that I once had to use to solve a similar issue.
Have you tried disabling bluetooth, rebooting phone, enabling bluetooth, and rebooting phone before pairing?
Also, look to see if there is an encryption on/off option on the phone...this could be causing an echo in either state due to interference...try switching encryption on/off.
Also, check your update options on the phone, you didn't say which kind of phone it is but some can get firmware updates that may be needed for bluetooth to work well.
Finally, you may get results by deleting the device on the phone and re-adding it thru discovery.