Question about Jabra BT330 Wireless Headset
It's '0000' (four zeros), but if it has already been paired to your phone, you don't have to perform the pairing process again. You just have to turn both your phone's bluetooth radio and your headset on. If the link is not automatically done (some phones show a headset icon on the top bar to indicate the link is done), try to press the headset's MFB. If you have to press the button to restablish the link, it might happen that the voice path gets connected (you can hear it on your headset). This would draw the headset's battery pretty fast. To avoid it, either press the button again, or just by turning your phone off (put it in stand-by mode, of course) could do the trick.
Just my 2 cents... Carlos
Posted on May 29, 2010
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