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Trying to pair my Blue Parrott B250-XT v2.1 to my new Iphone 4G. I cannot get them to sync. Do you have a solution to this problem.

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The pin number for all VXi BlueParrott headsets is 0000.

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6I can't get the parrot to pair with my new iphone


turn on bluretooth then delete all pairings then turn on headphones and use phone to search for new devices

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I need help pairing my B250-XT bluetooth to my Iphone


Eileen,

There are 2 parts to bluetooth. Step 1 is pairing. You need to set the phone AND the headset to detect each other (pairing mode). The phone is the easy part - it will tell you on the screen that it is searching for the headset. The headset has a specific way to put it in detect/pair mode. Sometimes it is holding down the power button for 5 seconds or longer. When the phone detects the headset, it will ask for the password and allow you to name it.

Sometimes, the phones already try the default 0000 passcodes and connect automatically.

Step 2 is connecting to the bluetooth device.

If you are connected and can make and receive calls, you don't need to do anything anymore.

Best of luck.

Feb 12, 2014 | VXI Corporation Blueparrott B250-XT...

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My iPhone 4 will pair with a blue parrott b250 xt but the Bluetooth link won't stay connected. It drops then reconnects drops then reconnects. How can I fix this problem?


You could try closing everything non vital on the iPhone to make its job easier or mabye it a power issue with the headset. A) even rechargeable batteries have a lifespan, B) you got a bad one so try keeping the power connected to the headset while you pair it. 10_25_2013_12_17_40_pm.png

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Trying to pair b250 xt with samsung rugby2 lots manual


Make sure you device is in visible mode first. In power off condition of headset, press on button for 30 seconds. When blue lights starts blinking fast then search on device and add it.



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How do sync with my new phone?


1. You must start with the headset in the OFF position. Put the headset in pairing mode by Pressing and holding the Multi-Function Button until the lights are flashing alternating Red and Blue, you will then release the Multi-Function Button. Please note the headset will continue flashing Red and Blue until the paring cycle times out (approximately 2 minutes) or completes the paring with the cell phone. If you only press and release the Multi-Function Button the headset will not go into the paring mode.

2. Once the headset is in paring mode, go to the Bluetooth menu / connections of your cell phone. Select add new / search for / find new device (different phones have different but similar names for the options). The cell phone should find a device called VXi B250-XT. Move the cursor over the VXi B250-XT and press (OK, select, enter, or whatever your phone uses for a prompt). If the cell phone asks for a passkey code you will put in 0000 (four zero's). The headset will then pair and connect to the cell phone and be blinking Blue once every second. Your phone may ask you if you want to connect to the B250-XT and/or add it to your trusted device list, press (OK, select, enter, or whatever your phone uses for a prompt).

Aug 01, 2011 | VXI Corporation Blueparrott B250-XT...

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How do you put blue parrott B250--XP in discovery mode.


From the power off position, switch the unit on by holding the function button for 3 seconds. Keep holding the function button until the indicator light on the function button flashes red and blue in an alternating pattern. The unit should now be in discovery mode and ready to pair with another device..

Aug 03, 2010 | VXI Corporation Blueparrott B250-XT...

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What is pairing code for b250-xt


Goog day..

All VXi Blue Parrott products us "0000" (Numeric zero - no quotes) as the passcode.

Hope this helps.

GB

Jul 08, 2010 | VXI Corporation Blueparrott B250-XT...

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Lost the instructions to my blueparrot b250xt, how do i pair it to my cell phone


Good day... You may find the users guide on the following web site.

www.blueparrott.com/pdfs/202711B_B250XTUserGuide.pdf or visit the VXi web site at www.vxicorp.com, go to the support tab (new window), support tab - Manuals, Find the B250 XT and download.

Hope this helps.

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