Don't forget to start with your headset off...then turn it on, but HOLD the on/off button down until the flashing blue light turns to solid blue light. This gets it into "sync" mode. The password is 0000 but it does not always work the first time. Don't give up! Try it again if it fails with the first try! Good luck!
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I have a Sprint Blackberry 8830 and a Motorola H500 headset which I no longer have the instructions for. My Blackberry wouldn't find the device. Through trial and error I found that, to pair the headset with the Blackberry, I had to press and hold the call button until it was solid blue, then the Blackberry found it. The passcode is 0000 for this one.
Go to the Motorola web site and find the user manual for the H500. The instructions are there. The passcode is probably 0000.
Go to the LG manual for Bluetooth to find out how to get the phone to search for the new device when adding a device. The steps are probably something like this:
1. Turn on the earpiece and the phone.
2. In the phone menu, go to Setup or Options, then Bluetooth, then Add Device.
3. Choose Search for a Device
4. The phone will find your earpiece, so select it
5. The phone will ask for the passcode, so enter it (again, probably 0000 but check the H500 manual)
6. Wait several seconds for them to synch.
7. You are ready to go
Turn the bluetooth off and go into the phone to search for devices, then turn the bluetooth on holding onto the on button until the blinking blue light turns solid for a couple of second then let go. The device should come up on the blackberry as Motorola H500, pair it and enter passcode 0000. Goodluck
you hold down the button untl the blue light stays on steady and then make your phone search for available bluetooths in range, and then when it asks for a code enter four zeros "0000"
I believe you have to hold the power button in until the light starts
to blink, then tell your phone to look for the device. Don't forget to
remove the device in your blackberry if you are still using it.
I had the same problem and went through several iterations. The AT&T store gave me the idea of powering off the BlackBerry and H500 but this did not correct the problem.
What did correct the problem was powering off the BlackBerry, then pulling out the battery and waiting a minute, then reinstalling the battery and powering up. I had the H500 off as well and powered it up into pairing mode at the same time. Back in business now, so that seems to be a way to clear the error.
It might already have been figured out but if you hold the answer button on the headset down until the light stays on steady, it is in pairing mode. You can then go to bluetooth setup on the Curve and it will find the headset.