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You need to put your H500 into "pairing mode" by pressing the call button until the light turns steady blue, instead of blinking. Your droid will then see it when you are in the Bluetooth Settings screen under Networks & Wireless. I just did this myself last night and it worked fine. Be forewarned, however, that you cannot voice-dial with your bluetooth - only answer calls. There are several forums out there that are bashing Motorola & Google for not having this basic functionality.
Is the phone set on 'always visible'? I think on my LG Rumor, if you have visibility sest to hidden, the phone will not look for the bluetooth. Not sure if that's it or not, but wanted to mention it just in case that might be the problem.
I had the same issue until I realized that I was touching the button twice,- first answering the incoming call, then immediately hanging up!
When you first tap the button there is a slight delay and the incoming call seems to be still ringing but you've really already "answered" it. Just tap once, be patient a couple of seconds and say"Hello". Your caller will be there!
It might already have been figured out but if you hold the answer button on the headset down until the light stays on steady, it is in pairing mode. You can then go to bluetooth setup on the Curve and it will find the headset.
You can't program numbers vocally to you headset, you can only program vocally to your phone only if your phone has the voice dialing option.
I have a H500 and can inform you of what I know.
To turn on, hold button until blue light flashes once or twice, to turn off is the same thing. To pair your headset with your phone you have to hold down the call button until the light stays on then you use your phone to pair. After pairing the headset will flash quickly then discontinue. If you are using your headset and receive another call, you press the call button on the phone to answer the other line and to also release the call. The volume up and down buttons are found on the top and bottom of the headset, up and down is dependant on which ear you wear your headset. To mute, hold both the volume up and down buttons at the same time, this also unmutes the call.
Hope this helps!