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I have the Jabra VBT185Z and I am trying to connect it to my Palm Treao' 755P. I have been unsuccessful. It does not recognize the bluetooth headset. When I first charged the earpiece and turned it on; however, I did not have the telephone connected and on. I need help connecting it to my Palm. I know the passcode.

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I had same problem with same two items. Here is what I did to fix.

Step 1. Delete partnership on phone.
Step 2. Reboot phone
Step 3. Make sure Bluetooth fully charge, and then hold down button so it goes into pairing mode.
Step 4. Enter default 0000 password.

P.S. I had to do it in that order to work, if you don't reboot phone AFTER deleting current partnership, it won't work.

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