Hi. I recently brought a bluetooth headset H500 charged it up and paired it up with my phone. I can hear everything clearly but no one can hear me when I speak. I tried everything to fix it do you have any suggestions?
mine is worse, I can do everything (ie access apps, place a call, even answer a call - which proves that the mouth/ear pieces work) but when on a call, no one can hear me and I cannot hear anyone.
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To pair your motorola headset with phone please go to below website.
This website shows you video guide how to pair the head set to phone.
The H500 is a monaural headset, thus good for phone calls only, not for listening to stereo music. You haven't specified which Motorola phone you own. Check in its user guide if it is able to handle stereo bluetooth headsets (i.e. if it bears the A2DP and AVRCP bluetooth profiles), which are suitable for music streams. If your phone is able to handle them, go to the mall (or store, or even online), buy one set which suits you better, pair them with your phone and enjoy!
Just my 2 cents...
Pairing the headset with a phone is a simple task: just hold the multi-function button for an extra few seconds when turning the H500 on, and the blue LED call indicator will turn on. This means that the headset is ready to be paired, and can be discovered with any phone, PDA, or computer that supports the headset or hands free Bluetooth profiles. As is the case for most headsets on the market, the PIN code for the H500 is "0000".
Go to this page, it will answer any question concerning the blueant .. including pairing to your phone .. activating your blueant etc http://www.blueant.com.au/index.phpalso gives you step by step instructions on codes, pairing etc
If you turned it on and it was steady blue most likely you held the call button too long. The steady blue means it's ready to pair with a phone. Try repairing again and if you still don't hear anything, play with the volume buttons to the top and buttom of the headset the volume may be down. If that doesn't help I don't know what will.
that could mean your headset is not charging. make sure the light is doing what it is supposed to when charging. you probably have a defective charger. happened to me. you could try pairing it with another phone to see how long it lasts. I found the Moto HS850 to be the only good, reliable one.
You need to full charge both units first before to try them again. YOU MUST KNOW ONE MAIN KEY HERE IS THE BLUETOOTH HEADSET MUST BE IN PAIRING MODE WHICH IS MEAN THAT THE LED MUST IN STANDING MODE NOT IN FLASHING MODE AND WHEN THE LED OF THE BLUETOOTH HEADSET IS IN STANDING MODE, BRING IT CLOSER TO YOUR PHONE AND BE SURE YOUR PHONE BLUETOOTH FEATURE IS ON AND BE RECOGNIZED FROM OTHER DEVICES. Try to restart carefully step by step each device as described above and then if you still can not get them pairing then either on eof them has Bluetooth function impaired. You need to have another Bluetooth Headset to test whether your phone Bluetooth function or the Headset has it. Good Luck