Question about Cell Phones
Normally somewhere in the settings menu of the phone you should find a Bluetooth option. Turn on the power to the bluetooth adapter from within that menu. Make your headset discoverable (normally by pressing and holding the button on the headset) and then tell your phone to search for local bluetooth devices. Select the headset and then select pair. It will ask for a pin and if it won't let you leave it blank then 0000 should do.
That should be all.
Posted on May 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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