Question about Cell Phones
I just had the same problem pairing the Jabra SP5050 with a Motorolla Razr but then realized the default setting on the Jabra is auto-pairing & that may not work with few phone that "discover" bluetooth devices. Solution: Turn off the Jabra SP5050 by pressing the answer button for about 5 seconds; then turn it ON by pressing it 7 seconds (contrast to the normal turn ON with fewer seconds - the bluetooth light should flash continuously) Now the speaker is in manual pairing mode; use the phone's normal discover bluetooth to locate it.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
Solved the problem for my blackberry bold - thanks
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