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sometimes you cant do the same things the way you are accustom to do things especially when it is old (h500). try this make the light stays on the h500 then scan or pair the device. also you should programme the h500 in your phone as an trusted device and you should get better results. trust me i have the same one on my ears , and gave me hell too (smile)
Mine is a Blackjack II, but i did get it to connect. Hold the clear button down on the Jabra until it lights solid blue, keep holding it with one hand while you use the other hand to operate your Blackjack. I went to Settings, then Connections, then Bluetooth, then "Add new device". As long as my Jabra was lit solid blue, the phone found the headset. Then it will ask you for the pin code, which i found by accident (0000 - four zero's).
good morning!! ive been thru this before, try tapping your phone volume while your talking to your party, it shold be seen on your phone screen as earpiece volume than turn it up and when you have the volume where you want it dont forget to tap the set on your phone, another prob i had was some times there is a small protective plastic film on the ear holes on the tooth and one on the mike sometimes, i could hear my party but they couldnt hear me until i discovered that lil peice of plastic. remember your key codes are either 0000 or 1234. good luck m.m.
blue tooth is a usb transmitter.
so obvisously u got to get the 2 to the right frequency.
look for a small button to press on the samsung...sounds like u need the manually. look online for it.
I struggled with this myself after replacing my RAZR with a blackberry Pearl and losing the manual for my Insten HS120S headset. The key is knowing how to put the headset in "pairing mode". For the HS120S, I finally figured out that you had to hold both the up and down volume buttons until the blue and red LED lights flashed in alternation. Then my blackberry found it on the first try.