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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is The Blue Tooth In Find Mode? To Inable Find Mode Hold The Power Button Until The Blue Tooth Stays Solid Lit Or Flashes. Then Search For It With Your Device And Once Completed Hit The Power Button Again And It Should Be Able To Pair Right Up.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Your phone MUST have the bluetooth on and discoverable. When it is press and hold the power button on the WEP200 until the light turns on steady should be 5 to 10 seconds. With this done, use your blackberry to search for a new device, should be in the bluetooth menu. It should find the headset. Your phone will ask for a password enter "0000" (four zeros) then press pair or enter. It will take a few seconds to connect. Your phone will automatically connect to this headset when you power it on. Don't forget to turn the phone back to un-discoverable when done. I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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1.First make sure your phone is off. Do this by pressing and holding the Multifunction button (the one that flashes blue) for 4 seconds. For "OFF" it will flash blue and red along with a series of 2 tones. Then will stop flashing. For turning "ON" hold multifunction button for 4 seconds and it will flash BLUE 4 times and 1 tone indicating it is on. It will continue to flash every 3 while in stand-by mode and every 8 seconds while on a call. 2.Set your phone in "Discover mode" make sure you look at your manual on how this is done if don't know how. Usually found under Bluetooth settings. 3.Making sure your headset if off. Press and hold the Multi-Function button until the indicator light turns solid blue (hold for approximately 8 seconds). THE MULTIFUNCTION BUTTON WILL BE LITE ONLY HALF BLUE INDICATING PAIRING MODE. 4. You phone will find and ask to pair. Press confirm/OK and enter "0000" 5.If pairing successful, light will flash blue 10x rapidly before going to flash every 3 seconds. IF UNSUCCESSFUL LIGHT WILL REMAIN ON, AND YOU WILL HAVE TO RE-ATTEMPT.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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The samsung Wep-460 is designed for data communication, or in other words making phone calls without the hassle of a wire. However music streaming via phone or computer is not supported. It doesn't have that capability. IF you want to listens to music wirelessly using bluetooth, you should get headsets or earphones that has, Advanced Audio Distribution Profile aka A2DP. It is a Bluetooth profile that allows wireless transmission of stereo audio from an A2DP source (typically a phone or computer) to an A2DP receiver (a set of Bluetooth headphones or stereo system). In short you need to have a bluetooth headset that has A2DP
Hope this clears the confusion
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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