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Sleep mode My headset goes into sleep mode while I am wearing it and once it does, it won't come out of sleep mode. I have to remove it, close it, and open it back up. Is there a setting I can change?

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  • just a kid May 25, 2008

    I should have specified that I tried pressing the last middle button with the phone symbol on it but that did not work.

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If it's a Motorola H700, just press the large middle button with the phone symbol.  That should start it blinking blue again.

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