Question about Cell Phones
You haven't specified which headset you are trying to pair with your BB. Anyway, most of them have just one Multi Function Button (MFB), which is used to perform virtually everything: turn it on and off, make and accept calls, etc. If your headset is one of these, i.e. it is turned on by the MFB, then, starting with it turned off, press and hold the MFB (normally for 6+ seconds) until either the LED is steady lit, or it flashes rapidly alternating with other colored LED. One of these status is the typical entrance in pairing mode. Then, most of the bluetooth headsets manufactures set their passkey (or PIN, or pairing code) to '0000' (four zeros). Others will use '1234', and there are a few ones (like stereo models from i-Tech) which use '8888'.
If none of the above apply to you, please, post here your headset maker and model.
Hope you are able to sort your problems out.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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