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I have a Motorola N136 hands-free ear piece and cannot get it to sync with my Blackberry. I need some help.

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It's not actually an N136. It's an HS850.

To pair it, turn bluetooth on the blackberry on.
Close the mic on the headset.
Hold down the headset button until it lights up.
Open the mic on the headset.
Tell the blackberry to search for devices. 

You should be back in business.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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