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Morotola H300 with Blackberry Device

When I try to pair my Motorola H300 with my Blackberry Curve, it doesn't come up as a listed device. I'm getting an LG CU 515, LG CU 400 and Plantronics devices listed.

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Re-pair and add to trusted devices be sure to use 0000 for passkey

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