Question about Cell Phones
First take your BT device (Not the phone), and hold down the pwr button until the light stays on constant (this is "find me" mode for most BT devices like headsets).
Next on your Phone goto your Settings/Connections & select Bluetooth, then scroll righ (or select options) to search for your device.
Once your device shows up in the screen selct it by hitting the center of the nav key and it will ask for a passkey wich is normaly "0000".
You should then be paired.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
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