We have paired Motorola's bluetooth H500 successfully to various B&Q Siemens, Nokia, Siemens and Motorola mobile phones. However, in all cases it is impossible to talk or receive sounds thrugh the H500. In certain situations, we were able to call a mobile phone using the H500, but that is all. Could it be that there is a bluetooth protocol that doesn't match the mobile phones?
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Try this link. It solved my issue www.scribd.com/doc/280088/motorola-h500-bluetooth-earpiece-manual. Basically what you need to do is power the earpiece off. Make sure that your IPhone is not currently attempting to discover bluetooth devices (i.e. Bluetooth is OFF). Hold the On button on your earpiece (it has the symbol of a phone on it) for 6-10 seconds. The light on the earpiece remains lit. Now your earpiece is in discovery mode. On your IPhone, go to Settings, General, Bluetooth. Turn Bluetooth ON. Now your phone and your earpiece are both in discovery mode. When you see "Headset" listed, select it and enter the password "0000". Your IPhone is now paired with your H500 headset.
Hi, If you have lost the pairing on your phone with the headset follow these simple steps below: • Setting the headset into pairing mode 1) Ensure the headset is fully charged 2) The headset must be switch off 3) Press and hold the on button for +- 8 seconds until the light flashes red-blue 4) The headset is now in pairing mode • Searching for the headset on the phone 1) Go to “settings” or “connections” 2) Select Bluetooth, then options 3) Select Devices and click add 4) The phone should search for any available Bluetooth devices and display what was found 5) Select the Motorola device and click add 6) You will be required to enter in a pass code which is standard ‘0000’. 7) If successful then the headset will start flashing BLUE every few seconds. 8) If it’s a Samsung or Nokia phone you will need to “AUTHORIZE” headset on the device. • The headset is now paired with the phone
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.
If you turned it on and it was steady blue most likely you held the call button too long. The steady blue means it's ready to pair with a phone. Try repairing again and if you still don't hear anything, play with the volume buttons to the top and buttom of the headset the volume may be down. If that doesn't help I don't know what will.
you need to press and hold the on button on the headset, until the blue light stays on, then it will be in pairing mode.
As soon as the headset is paired the blue light will go off and flash periodically.
To turn off the headset press and hold button for about 3 seconds, it will flash 3 times then let go and it will turn off.