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    motorola razr not reading motorola 700 bluetooth device

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    moto bluetooth 700 is about 2 months old and now gets this purple glow to it and will no longer sinc up with my samsung even after a full charge goes back to the yellow ring

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You have to do switch off device when you want to do off the light.
light show the activate mode of headset.


Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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Motorola razr not reading motorola 700 bluetooth device

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H700 blue tooth light how can i turn it off

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SOURCE: motorola razor asking for passkey to bond with bluetooth headset

default pin for most bluetooth is 0000

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SOURCE: Motorola Universal Bluetooth Headset H710 Speaker

hello,it's either it's not compatible or the bluetooth headset is bad,so all you need to do is just to get a new one to replace the one with the bad speaker.and also check if the bluetooth headset is well paired so as not to be confused about doubting it having a bad speaker,
please kindly rate this solution if it's helpful,

take care.

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