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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Well I know for sure the default pin for the M1 is indeed 0000. However I
cannot tell you what the pin would be for your specific bluetooth
dongle. If I where you I would try 0000, 1111, 2222 and so on
As with all Bluetooth headsets,
the H700 needs to be paired with the device before it can be used, which
is done in pairing mode. In pairing mode, the H700 makes a transmission
so that Bluetooth-enabled devices can pick up the device and connect to
the headset. Once connected, no other device can connect with the
Bluetooth headset. To enter pairing mode on the H700, open the headset
boom located near the microphone. After a few seconds the indicator
light will turn purple. Once purple, the H700 is in pairing mode.
Searching for the Device With the M1
Once the H700 is in pairing
mode, have the M1 search for Bluetooth devices. To do this, press
"MENU/OK" and choose "Tools," "Bluetooth," "Add New" and "Search." A
list of Bluetooth devices will show up on the screen. Highlight
"Motorola H700" and press "MENU/OK." Choose "Add to Trusted," enter
"0000" and press "MENU/OK." The devices are now connected and ready to
Testing the Devices
Once the devices are connected,
test that both the phone and the headset are working properly together.
First, place the headset in your ear. Dial a number on the phone and
press "Send." If you can hear ringing, the devices are connected
properly and ready for use.
If the connection was not successful, repeat the previous steps and
try again. Make sure the indicator light is glowing purple and is
steady. If you have connected the headset to a previous device, make
sure that device is turned off so as not to interfere with the
connection procedure. Once the other device is off, close and reopen the
boom to enter pairing mode.
The pairing code for this headset is hardcoded to '0000' (four zeros). It is not prone to be changed. I wonder why you would need to change it, since the passcode between any two bluetooth enabled devices is entered only once, only when the users explicitly put them in pairing mode. Once they are paired, all subsequent connections between them will be encrypted. Third party users won't be able to get into those connections. Likewise, they won't connect to third party devices, unless commanded to do so by the user (e.g. new pairing process).
Just my 2 cents...
By the way, if your headset's user guide happens to be missing, feel free to download it from this location;
password are for security and privacy reasons.. missmatched password while pairing bluetooth devices means you have entered incorrect pass code. usually the the device A you are searching with asked you to create a pass code when you are pairing device B. When connection is establishing, device B will ask you for the pass code you just created for pairing device A with device B. this pass code is different for each and everytime you connect to a device.
When using your S9 for the first time, follow these steps to pair (connect) to your Phone: Important: If you are pairing separate Bluetooth devices for handsfree calls and streaming music, it is recommended that you pair your S9 with your handsfree device (phone) first. 1 Ensure the Bluetooth feature is enabled (turned on) in your phone.
2 Turn on your S9 by pressing and holding (|) button until the indicator light flashes three times in blue. After a few moments, the indicator light will be steadily lit in blue to indicate your S9 is in pairing mode. 3 From your device, perform a Bluetooth device discovery/search. . When pairing your S9, use the following steps to perform a device discovery from your phone: After accessing the Settings Menu, go to bluetooth. to add a new device, tap [New]. 1. Tap [New] key to search the device that can be connected and which is within range. The phone lists Bluetooth devices it finds. b Select Motorola S9. c Select OK or Yes to pair your S9 with your phone. d Enter the passkey: 0000 e Select OK.
When your S9 successfully pairs and connects to your device, the indicator light displays blue with 10 quick purple flashes. If wearing your S9, you will also hear an audio tone indicating successful pairing and connection to your device. 4 To verify your S9 has successfully established a handsfree calling connection with your phone, dial a phone number you want to call and press the Send key on your phone. When successfully connected, you hear ringing on your S9. A Bluetooth Handsfree Phone (HFP) connection is now established with your phone
You have to "pair" your bluetooth device with your phone. This is just a fancy way of saying "sync" with each other. Check your bluetooth headset instructions on how to do this.
I am using a Motorola H700 Bluetooth Headset. To "pair" it with my phone I have to hold down the call button on the actual bluetooth headset itself while the headset is turned off. This puts the headset in "pairing" mode so its ready to detect any phone that wants to sync with it.
Then I have to go to my actual LG CU400 and enable bluetooth settings. Next, go to "Device List" settings and select "new". The phone will scan for the headset. Once the phone detects the headset it will request a numercial passcode. Your bluetooth headset instructions should list this passcode. Enter the passcode and the phone and headset are now connected! I hope this helps. Good Luck!
Is the question really, is your H700 in pair mode? To set this you need to push and hold the big talk button while the boom is closed. once the purple light comes on open the boom to keep the light. Now you can search for it with your cell phone.
Hope this helps and don't forget to rate :)
menu, settings, connectivity, bluetooth, my devices, press down to get to the device you want to delete, press options, then delete.
menu, settings, connectivity, bluetooth, my devices, (should have at the top: search for new devices scrolling). Click that:
h700 bluetooth should be in pairing mode:
hold the center button down and wait for it to turn solid blue: the go back and search for new devices on the phone, when it finds the bluetooth, enter 4 0000 zeros for the passcode. The click if you want it to automatically connect or not.