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H500 soft persistent beeping

My H500 will start a soft beeping tone that will persist for long periods. It is not the same as an incoming ring. It persists no matter how close the headset is to the phone. What is causing the beeping? How do I stop it?

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    Thank you.

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    if i pair it to a phone which asks for a 0000 passkey it does not do it. but if i pair with my computer it does it

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This sound is the sound of count down from going from a standbye mode to shutting off itself to conserve battery thats all this is
cant stop it unfortunatly its built in feature

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