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Communication problems with Motoroala H500

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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I have a h500 cannot pair with my phone lg env

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