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H700 bluetooth ear piece - Pairing with new phone

Hi. I have changed my phone and cannot find my instructions for my handsfree. Can anyone help me with how I can pair this earpiece to my new sony mobile please? Doubtless it is very easy - but with no instructions it seems impossible.
Appreciate all advice - thanks.

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  • dolores2369 Aug 28, 2008

    My Motorola H700, real deal not fake will not connect to my Sony Ericsonn 800 anymoe. I held the call button for several seconds and got a purple light (not a continous blue) : -( Light stayed on for only a second then went out.

  • Mexi1 Feb 12, 2009

    i did try the solution that im4um2 posted but the light did not turn blue it turned purple what does this mean?

  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2009

    i forgot how to pair my h700 to my phone can anyone help

  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    i cat sync it to my phone the blue light wont stay lite

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    why does it lite up purple instead of blue?

  • krisjasenmat Feb 26, 2009

    lost my manuel and dont remember how to program to new phome

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    can't find manual and need to pair with a new phone

  • Manny in Chi Mar 03, 2009

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Press and hold the call button while the boom is in the off position for 4 to 5 seconds. The blue indicator light should come on and stay on. The unit is now in pairing mode. Initiate you phones feature of searching for bluetooth devices and pair the two together. The default passcode for the H700 is "0000" four zeros.
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I have an LP vx8700 and want to pair it to my Motorola H700. All is good except the blue light on the ear piece will not stay on for very long. It keeps going out.

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