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Real easy go to the iphone and settings go to bluetooth and it will said in discovery mode.
then go through the pairing of your headset sontrols and the iPhone will say enter password then enter 0000 or whatever your H500 manual says.
If you have already paired the H500 with another phone you need to reset that. this is also covered in the manual which can be found online at motorola.com
Try this link. It solved my issue www.scribd.com/doc/280088/motorola-h500-bluetooth-earpiece-manual. Basically what you need to do is power the earpiece off. Make sure that your IPhone is not currently attempting to discover bluetooth devices (i.e. Bluetooth is OFF). Hold the On button on your earpiece (it has the symbol of a phone on it) for 6-10 seconds. The light on the earpiece remains lit. Now your earpiece is in discovery mode. On your IPhone, go to Settings, General, Bluetooth. Turn Bluetooth ON. Now your phone and your earpiece are both in discovery mode. When you see "Headset" listed, select it and enter the password "0000". Your IPhone is now paired with your H500 headset.
please ensure blutooth is on in the moto and the blackberry and its set in a "discoverable" mode..after that search for bluetooth devices in range and connect..if it asks for a PIN the usual code is four zeroes 0000
hope it helps!
Motorola devices use proprietary USB cables on their chargers. There is a resister on the cable that has no purpose other than to let the phone/headset know it is a "Motorola Authorized" charger, which is a complete load of hogwash. A normal USB cable, hooked to any generic PC, will not charge them (says unauthorized charger on phones) UNLESS the Motorola driver is loaded on the PC, which magically makes the PC a Motorola Authorized USB charger.
Bottom line: use the Motorola USB charger that came with it, and then write a nice love note to Motorola saying how much you like their product's "feature".