Question about Plantronics Explorer 230 Bluetooth Headset
The pass code should be 0000 (four zeros), it's always been that for
Plantronics headsets. Here are a couple of things to try. First,
remember that newer phones are like small computers, so they may
become corrupt over time and you may need to reset them every so often.
Simply turn your phone off and remove again the battery for a few
seconds, then replace the battery and turn it back on again. Second, you
want to reset the headset. The attached user guide for the Plantronics
Explorer 230 on page 7 will show you how to turn off / on the headset
and page 4 will walk you through the pairing process. Remember to
remove any previous bluetooth connections from your phone.
Plantronics Explorer 230 User's Guide
Good luck from Headsets Direct!
Posted on Nov 29, 2011
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