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with the phone's bluetooth active
press button to turn the seal device
press blue button on seal device
on phone, select pair new device
when the seal device is found, use code 0000 to pair the phone to the device..
next time you connect, turn on the phones bluetooth and the seal device. press blue button on seal device. it should automatically pair.
There actually is a trick to the HS850 - flip the boom closed, then
hold down the button just until the light holds solid - IMMEDIATELY
after it does flip the boom open and this should keep the light solid.
Then on your cell/device search for bluetooth devices - you should be
able to find it now. Passkey for most devices is 0000.
the u600 has bluetooth, but has your PC, you will have a bluetooth logo in the toolbar (next to the clock in the bottom right) as long as its installed correctly (check your pc manual to see if it has bluetooth built in).
If not you need a bluetooth dongle to plug into the usb port (they are cheap)
you then check the phones manual about pairing put the phone in pairing mode, select your pc and enter a pin number. a window will pop up on your PC asking for the same pin number (it dose'nt matter what the number is as long as its the same on the phone and pc) the you can use the send by bluetooth option in the camera or photo screen of your phone to send it to your pc and it will appear in the received files folder...
best of luck
To identify where the problem is, try connecting another bluetooth device (like another phone, or a bluetooth headset). The other device will most likely connect. If it does, try contacting the manufacturer of the dongle, they will probably have a simple solution to fix it.
If it does not connect to another device, try deleting the bluetooth devices stored in phone (especially ones you dont use, but you may need to delete more/all depending on the situation) and add then. This fixes connection issues the majority of the time with very little trouble since rebonding what you need later is a simple task.