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The LG HBS 700 will automatically go into pairing mode if it does not detect the last device it was paired with. So, make sure all other bluetooth devices are off, turn the earpiece on and wait for the status light to show solid blue. Then you can turn on the bluetooth on your other device and search for the HBS 700.
To pair the headset with your phone:
Turn on the headset. Then turn on bluetooth in your phone and search for bluetooth device.
When your headset is detected, just select it and follow onscreen instructions to pair it with your phone.
I have a Jabra VBT 2050 bluetooth headset. As per the product user manual(page 8) this device is compatible with any bluetooth mobile phones with bluetooth version 1.1 or higher.
My LG Shine CU720 mobile phone is not able to detect the VBT 2050 device. I checked the specification of mobile phone & its bluetooth 1.2. I am able to pair the VBT 2050 with other bluetooth mobile devices.
Could you help me resolve my problem. Appreciate quick help
The HBS110 is a bluetooth headset. To pair it with your phone, first turn on the headset. Then turn on bluetooth in your phone and search for bluetooth device. When your headset is detected, just select it and follow onscreen instructions to pair it with your phone.
You have to "pair" your bluetooth device with your phone. This is just a fancy way of saying "sync" with each other. Check your bluetooth headset instructions on how to do this.
I am using a Motorola H700 Bluetooth Headset. To "pair" it with my phone I have to hold down the call button on the actual bluetooth headset itself while the headset is turned off. This puts the headset in "pairing" mode so its ready to detect any phone that wants to sync with it.
Then I have to go to my actual LG CU400 and enable bluetooth settings. Next, go to "Device List" settings and select "new". The phone will scan for the headset. Once the phone detects the headset it will request a numercial passcode. Your bluetooth headset instructions should list this passcode. Enter the passcode and the phone and headset are now connected! I hope this helps. Good Luck!
Lol i've had this problem too trying to hookup my Jabra 2010 bluetooth headset. The answer is simple. Just turn on your bluetooth device and it should start automatic pairing. Than activate Bluetooth on your phone. Now Search. You will than see that your bluetooth has been found. The LG flare is really a weird phone because on most phones automatically detect the headset as in this case, you have to manually do it.
HS801: Enter pairing mode by simultaneously holding down volume and Connect/disconnect key (Chrome finish key next to blinking BLUE LED.) When BLUE LED is steady, headset is in pairing mode. LG TU550: Menu key (top left button) Select SETTINGS; '5' CONNECTIVITY; '1' BLUETOOTH; '1' BLUETOOTH on/Off; '1' ON; '2' DEVICE LIST; Select NEW (Top Left hand Button) LG searches for new device/s; . Select HS801; Press OK; enter password 0000. Connection is made when HS801 BLUE LED resumes blinking.