Question about Samsung WEP410 Bluetooth Headset Wireless Headset
As Quoted from Arfur - see bold print if you are having problems. You
don't need to unpair the other phone, it will unpair itself.:
>Paraphrasing from the manual:
>1. Turn off headset.
>2. Press & hold the Multi-function button for 8 seconds, until >the lower half is lit up blue (not flashing).***THIS IS >IMPORTANT! KEEP HOLDING IT IN UNTIL IT STOPS >FLASHING! The whole thing will be lit up blue, but the lower >half will be brighter.
>3. Set your 'phone to discover bluetooth devices.
>4. Your 'phone will find the "Samsung WEP410" headset, & >ask if you want to pair with it. Confirm by pressing "Yes" or >"OK".
>5. Enter passkey or PIN "0000" (4 zeros), then "Yes" or "OK".
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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