I have a Motorola H500 headset & was having the same problem. I think it's all in the timing. With the headset off, hold down the Call button for 6 to 10 seconds until the light stays lit--solid light, not blinking. This is when the headset is in "discoverable" mode. Immediately access the settings & tools menu on the phone, then to the bluetooth communication settings to locate & pair the phone with the headset. Hope this helps with your devices.
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Please follow the proper instructions given below to successfully pair your Nokia E63 with the Nokia BH-213 Bluetooth Headset.
1.Ensure that your phone is ON and headset is OFF. 2.Press and hold the multifunction key (for about 5 seconds) until the green indicator light starts to flash quickly. 3.Activate the Bluetooth feature on your phone, and set it to search for Bluetooth devices. 4.Select the headset from the list of found devices. 5.Enter the passcode 0000 to pair and connect the headset to your phone.In some phones,you may need to make the connection separately after pairing. 6.When the headset is connected to your phone and is ready for use,the green indicator light flashes slowly.
However if you are having problem with the Bluetooth connectivity of your phone the most probable cause may be a malware attack.It can be solved by cleaning your phone memory by entering *#7370# on your phone and restoring the default settings when prompted.Make sure you back up your contacts to the memory card or copy it to the SIM directory.
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First off the device you are referring to is a ST3 and not a Z9. What you need to do is put the device into pair mode prior to searching in your iphones bluetooth menu, to do this with the device off hold down the green button until you hear a language loop. When you hear the language of your choice let go of the green button and press it once right away. You will hear a message about your phones bluetooth menu, when you hear that go to your Iphones bluetooth menu and select the ST3 and it should work.
Check to make sure that the bluetooth headset is compatible of connecting to the mobile device. If it is, then you will need to pair the devices using the Mobile Device. Make sure the Bluetooth Headset is switched on when the Mobile Device is trying to search for the Bluetooth Headset. It should work but if it doesn't, check the Manufacture's Website for any support.
You have to make sure the bluetooth is in a pairing mode for the blackberry to discover it on most bluetooth they have a pairing button turn off your bluetooth headset hold pairing button till the light is solid or flashing red and blue depending on model then search for new should find it