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Bluethooth heandsfree Hi, Does anyone know how to make a blue-tooth hands-free device to be used as a headset device so I can listen to music and such? Phone is a Blackberry Pearl 8100 and the blue-tooth hands-free is a Motorola H300. Thank you

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It should just be a manner of turning on the media player on the phone and pressing the button just the left of the roller ball (it's got 7 dots on it) and sending using bluetooth while the headset it on.

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