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I fixed the problem, at least partially by disabling and reenabling bluetooth on the Palm Pre. The headset now automatically picks up the audio from phone calls. If you go out of range of the phone however the problem starts all over again. Recycling the power on the headset does not fix the problem.
Depending on the phone... try and
remove the currentbluetooth device. Close the
headset. Go to the phone and choose discover, or search. Open theheadsetand press
and hold the big button. It should then turn purple and should be recognized.
Also make sure thebatteryon the
headset is charged before doing this.
If this doesntwork: Start the search on
the phone, Keep the boom of the mic closed when you press and hold the button
on the h700. the light should turn purple. After this, open the boom
If it asks for a passkey, it will be 0000, four zeros. This is the default passkey for the Moto H700.
Depending on the phone... try and remove the currentbluetooth device. Close the headset. Go to the phone and choose discover, or search. Open theheadsetand press and hold the big button. It should then turn purple and should be recognized.
Also make sure thebatteryon theheadset is charged before doing this.
If this doesntwork: Start the search onthe phone, Keep the boom of the mic closed when you press and hold the buttonon the h700. the light should turn purple. After this, open the boom
The passkey will be 0000, four zeros.
The computer should be able to look for the software automaticly in reguards to the bluetooth device. however, here are the steps.
1. turn on the bluetooth on the computer.
2. set the h700 into pair mode.
3. set the computer to find any devices.
4. password for the device is usually "0000"
Hope this helps ya
Hold down the connect button on headset
until steady purple light comes on, then open the boom.
Search for Bluetooth devices on the phone. When asked for a pin, use "0000".
Now the H700 will show up in the Bluetooth device list, but it will not
Put the headset in pairing mode again, this time go to the h700
listed on the phone and select connect. Now the devices will work
as normal. When you open the boom on the h700, it will connect to the phone.
I was having the same problem. I finalyl have it working. With the boom closed on the headset Hold down the call button until the light turns purple immediatly let go of the button and then flip open the boom the light should remain purple. Then have the palm centro look for devices and it should now come up. Before I could not get it to locate any devices but now it reognized an "unnamed device" and then it does change it to the H700 after this you can connect it will ask for a passkey or password and it is "0000" Mine has been working fine now. Hope this helps all!!
To successfully pair the Motorola 700 with the Centro: Select Bluetooth from the Home screen. Select "On". Under "Visibility", select "Visible". Now click "Setup Devices". Click "Hands-free Setup" On the Motorola earpiece, with the flip-out mouthpiece in the closed position, press and hold the multi button until ring around it glows purple. Flip open the mouthpiece. Now click "Next" on the Centro's screen. The Centro should find the Motorola. Hold the Motorola to the right side of the phone if you have difficulty getting the Centro to find it. Once found, click the Motorola H700 listed in the window and click "OK". The Centro will ask for the device password. Enter 0000. Be sure that the checkbox for "Add to trusted device list" is checked. Click OK. The two devices should now be paired to work together and the Motorola's multi button should rapidly blink blue; NOW click "Done". You will be taken to the Trusted Devices screen. You will see your Motorola in the list of Trusted Devices. Click on it to highlight it, if it is not already highlighted. Click the menu drop-down key (located to the right of the ALT key). You will now see a drop-down at the top of the screen that says "Connect". Click the "palm" center button on your Centro. NOW the two devices are connected. The phone name will now be bold, and a small Bluetooth icon will appear to the right of it. When you click the Phone key on your Centro, you will see a tiny blue headphone symbol now at the top right of the screen where the Bluetooth icon used to be.
To use the earpiece: Flip it open and hang it on your ear. Dial the number you want to call on the phone. Press the multi button once and now you should be connected via the earpiece. To receive a call, when your Centro rings, press the multi button once.
It took me a few hours to figure it out. Hopefully you can do it in a few seconds.
posted on Aug 20, 2007
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First, turn on your bluetooth on your phone. Flip the boom mic on your H700 and hold down the call button for 5 seconds. The indicator light should be purple. That means it is in pairing mode. Then using your phone, attempt to connect to your H700. It'll ask for a passkey. The default passkey is 0000.