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hello,please kindly follow the instructions below,
1.put on the bluetooth headset and as well the nokia N72 phones bluetooth
2.then use the nokia N72 to search the bluetooth,if found you would be asked to enter a passkey,then enter 0000 or 1111 there your headset and nokia N72 has been paired,there you can start to make good use of your device.
3.if your nokia does not pair the headset,then follow the steps below.
MENU>SETTINGS>PHONE SETTINGS>CONNECTIONS>BLUETOOTH>OPTIONS>SHOW AVAILABLE TO ALL>CLICK YES AND SAVE.
you are better after that to enjoy your device.
Here are the steps to connect your Motorola H500 to your Nokia 2680 phone:
1. Switch off your H500 by pressing the main button for few seconds.
2. Put the H500 in discovery mode. To do this, press and HOLD the main button till it glows a solid blue light (no blinking).
3. Open bluetooth in nokia phone. Go to Menu, settings, Connectivity, Bluetooth.
4. Select "Add a new Device" and search for H500
5. Click on the name select pair.
6. it will ask for pairing code. Enter "0000"
You are done. Revert in case you have any problem
Hi Please follow the Instruction and set your motorola bluetooth in Nokia Phone
1 Press the Menu button on your Nokia phone and select "Settings" from the available options.
2 Select "Connectivity" from the Settings menu and then "Bluetooth" from the menu that appears.
3 Ensure that the first line on
the Bluetooth menu says "Bluetooth On." If the line reads "Bluetooth
Off," select the line and change the setting to have the Bluetooth
4 Power on your Motorola headset
and put it in discovery mode. Discovery mode is indicated by a solid
(non-blinking) blue light on the back of the headset. You can put your
headset in discoverable mode by pressing and holding down the "On"
button for eight seconds. In the case of a headset with a sliding on/off
switch, simply slide the button to the "On" position and hold it there
for eight seconds.
5 Select "Search for audio enhanc" from the available options on your Bluetooth menu.
6 Select your Motorola headset
from the list of items that appear. Your Nokia phone will list all of
the Bluetooth-enabled devices powered on nearby.
7 Enter the passkey for your Motorola headset when prompted. The default passkey for all Motorola headsets is 0000.
8 Start using your headset with
your Nokia phone. The two will be permanently connected, with no need to
repeat the pairing process in the future.
Sometimes what happens is that we keep looking for BT devices without making them visible. Is it so in your case too? Go to settings of the headset and make it visible and your mobile visible to the headset. then you must pair them and also authorize them to connect without pass code etc. Then they will work.
The Blackberry Pearl was designed to work with 2.0 model bluetooth handsfree headsets. Whereas the Motorola H500 is compatible with 1.1 - 1.2 bluetooth apps only. I'm guessing you will have to dish out the cash on this one, sorry!
It is very hard to lend a helping hand with this issue seeing that i also have tried pairing a smaung mobile with the HS500 bluetooth headset and it paired without any issues, what you can do is delete and other devices that you may have had in your device list then try it again that may help you.