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Motorola H700 connection re-established -Thanks sfo2008!

Re this problem: Bluetooth headset (Motorola H700) pairs but does not connect to phone (Motorola Razr V3)

Your solution works! THANK YOU so much for posting. Somehow your method re-sets the connection between the two. (It was frustrating that the H700 would connect to another phone, but not to my Motorola Razr V3.)

The headset worked fine and all of a sudden I couldn't get the two to connect. I did a Master Reset on the phone and re-paired, and still didn't work. Called Motorola Support and they couldn't help. So glad I found your solution!

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  • Anonymous Oct 13, 2008

    What was the solution for the connection problem? My H700 was working fine the very first day I paired it up with my RAZR V3, until I turned it off. The very next day, it wouldn't connect. My phone can find it, but when it tries to connect it says "service not supported." Quite confused considering it worked fine at first.

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