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I have a new blackberry 9630 and a blue ant headset that i have previously paired to another blackberry. i cannot get my bb to find the headset when i search for devices.

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I would delete all existing pairing profiles from your blackberry, once that is done do a hard reset by removing the battery from your phone while it is powered on. When it boots back up, reset the V1 by pressing the vol -/+ and MFB all at the exact same time. Ensure the buttons are NOT held simply clicked all at once like a mouse to a computer. When you get a consistent rapid flash the device has been reset and will go automatically into pair mode. Then re-search in your bluetooth menu, select the V1 when it shows up and enter the pin code 0000 if prompted.

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