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To put your headset in paring mode, first turn it off. Then, press and hold the PWR/END button until the indicator led is solid lit (some 5 seconds). Now, make your phone's bluetooth software to search for devices. Select 'LG HBM-730' from the list. If a passkey (or PIN, or pairing code) is requested, enter '0000' (four zeros).
Hope it works for you
Try 9999.Else the passcode has been changed earlier or the piece is
malfunctioning.you did nothing wrong so far,since the headset is being
detected.If the headset still does not pair with the phone,then have to
check it with the vendor.Good luck,Please do post comments and results.
To put the LG HBM-730 into pairing mode you must press the MFB for 5-10 seconds from power off. Pairing mode is denoted by the LED glowing solid red. LG has chosen to stick with the default pairing code of '0000'. Using Bluetooth specification 1.2, as is the custom, the HBM-730 supports both headset and handsfree profiles. I found this on the internet and hope it works for you
I found the solution. The original password setting is a combination of zeroes - at least 4. If you did not originally change your password setting for your bluetooth from the original setting - try that. It worked for me.