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Purple light One day i went to charge my headset and everything was fine. When it finished charging i went to reconnect it to my phone and a purple light came on. Now my headset stays purple and it won't connect to my phone. (by the way, I have the LG Ruomr.)

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  • Anonymous Jun 19, 2008

    purple light after charging

  • Anonymous Jun 24, 2008

    Same issue: completely charged my earpiece and now it says it's connected but it has a purple light on and it won't transfer from the phone to the bluetooth. Also have an LG Rumor. Tried canceling and reconnecting with the bluetooth but nothing is working.

  • pjcoleman195 Jul 30, 2008

    I charge my phone and it goes green then I disconnect to use it and it blink blue once then goes to purple. However when I plug it back to the charger it goes green.

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The purple (majenta) light usually means it is in pairing mode. Is it possible that the button is stuck pressed in??


PUT HEADSET IN PAIRING MODE

1. Ensure the headset is turned off (indicator light not blinking and headset boom is closed)
2. Press and hold the Call button. After about 4 or 5 seconds, the indicator light becomes steadily lit in magenta
3. Release the Call button and immediately open the headset boom. The indicator light remains lit in magenta.

If the indicator light is flashing in blue or not steadily lit when opening the
headset boom, repeat steps 1 through 3

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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