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If you are trying to hook up a blue tooth ear piece. You have to put the ear piece into discovery mode. See the instructions that came with the ear piece for how to do that. Then put your phone in discovery mode so they find each other. Then you will have to know a pass key and enter that into your phone. Most blue tooth pass keys are 0000 or 1111 or 1234. hope this helps FixYa up.
get the blutooth in paring mode by pressing and holding the large button till it is solid blue. once that is ready go to your phone and click on menu button, then settings, then connection, then bluetooth, then once you turn on the bluetooth click "find devices" it shoudl find the samsung headset and then you put in the password "00000000"
This exact issue happened to me: I left my phone off for 2 days (unplugged), turned it back on and the internal speaker started working normally again. The phone worked normally for over a month after this.
Yesterday, the earpiece speaker stopped working again after the phone fell out of my pocket. I suspect a loose connection or something similar, but I've had my phone off for the last day and will let you know whether or not it starts working again.