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try removing the pairing to your phone and pair again. If this does not work try pairing your headset to another phone and if it does it on that phone then something is wrong with the earpiece return for repairs if under warranty or if you are willing to pay for the repairs if out of warranty or replace ear piece all together as they are reasonably priced these days. If the ear piece works fine the other phone something has gone wrong with the bluetooth side of your phone return for repairs or replace depending on what you can afford to do. I hope this helps.
Answer : Turn on the mobile phone and place within 10 ft of the headset.
With the headset turned off, press and hold the Talk button for about 7 seconds. You will hear a "pair" tone and the LEDs will flash continually to indicate the headset has entered into pairing mode.
Release the Talk button. The headset is now is "pairing" mode.
Initiate the device discovery feature (Bluetooth discovery) on the mobile phone. Refer to your mobile phone manual for further instructions.
When prompted by the phone, enter the headset passkey (0000). When pairing is complete the LEDs on headset will flash at 3 second intervals and the headset will be placed in standby mode, ready to make and receive calls.
Note: On some mobile phones you will need to activate the Bluetooth feature first and then search for the Bluetooth device. Please contact your cell phone manufacturer or the User's Manual for further information on how to pair pair Bluetooth devices.
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Go to the setting menu of your phone, select connectivity to choose bluetooth, Select Paired devices but make sure your ear piece device is power on, that is the bluetooth it on, search for it, then paired your phone with it. that is all.
Ansolutely! The slider is there on most of the models but when they are ordered it will depend on whether that addition was paid for before the module is added. If the advertisment you saw stated bluetooth and you think you should have bluetooth as pewr the advertisment I would be claiming misleading advertising. State that you wre lead to believ it had blootooth intsalled as it was ointed out at the time of sale.. Ne firm, they love to wiggle out of responisble sales and advertising. Maybe you misread the name? wasn't it SCAM?
Begin with Headset turned off. Press button for 6
sec. Release button when Light Indicator flashes
blue and red. Headset is ready to pair with
Use your device?s menu to enter pairing mode
and select ?320 Plantronics? on the display.
When asked for passkey, enter ?0000.?
Do you still have your charger cradle? Try putting in the number that's bolded on the bottom of the case. Mine is a twelve digit number and it is the pin number that your phone is looking for. At least it was for mine.
You will need to pair it with your phone. first make sure the headset is off, then put the headset in pairing mode by pressing and holding the answer/end button until a solid blue light appears. then you will need to goto your cell phones bluetooth menu, turn your bluetooth on, then in your bluetooth menu you will need to add a new device or discover a new device depending on the type of cell phone you have. Your phone should find the jabra ear piece if it's in range of your cell phone and will ask if you want to pair with the device, after accepting confirm with the pin of 4 zero's.
have you gone through the pairing process? Also make sure your old phone is turned off when you pair the new one. If you need pairing instructions, a video on H710 headset might help you - it should be pretty similar. The video is on www.HandBookLive.com under Electronics category (Motorola Bluetooth headset H710).