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I am having trouble pairing my Omnitech bluetooth to my Blackberry 8310 mobile phone. I can not get them to connect or recognize each other and I do not have the manual. Can you help?

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1. make sure the bluetooth is off
2. press down the on key n hold until the light is keep blinking
3. use your 8310 search for it n pair
4. if got code then key in 0000

Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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    also check out www.product-support-omnitechnology.com

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