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when using a phone like the blackberry, remember that you have the ability to hit the lower left "ALT" key- this "shift" key, when hit each time you need a capital letter- or in this case, you need to enter '0000' as the password/ key, and to get a zero on the blackberry, you have to hit the ALT key each time you want to set a zero. hope this helps, i stumbled onto this one by accident when i had the same problem...email@example.com
Depending on the phone... try and remove the current bluetooth device. Close the headset. Go to the phone and choose discover, or search. Open the headsetand press and hold the big button. It should then turn purple and should be recognized.
Also make sure the batteryon theheadset is charged before doing this.
you hold down the button untl the blue light stays on steady and then make your phone search for available bluetooths in range, and then when it asks for a code enter four zeros "0000"
1. Bluetooth enabled? 2. Options -> Bluetooth -> Add Device
Hold down the connect button on headset
until steady purple light comes on, then open the boom.
Search for Bluetooth devices on the blackberry. When asked for a pin, use "0000".
Now the H700 will show up in the Bluetooth device list, but it will not
Put the headset in pairing mode again, this time go to the h700
listed on the blackberry and select connect. Now the devices will work
as normal. When you open the boom on the h700, it will connect to the