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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bluetooth headset
Put your phone in "Discovery Mode" Most phones can get there by going to Menu/Settings/Tools/Bluetooth. If you don't have Bluetooth option here, your phone probably doesn't have bluetooth capability. Then, on your bluetooth hold down the big button until the blue light stays. If you have a bluetooth that you flip, make sure it is closed first, press down the button until the light appears and then flip the bluetooth open. that should leave the light on. as the light stays on and your phone on discovery mode they should be able to locate each other.
Posted on Dec 29, 2006
Take it into an AT&T corporate store and have a technician check it out. They will probably re flash your phones firmware, and that should take care of your issue.
I hope this helps, and Good luck.
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
go into the bluetooth menu, with phone bluetooth on.
next, select paired devices, select new.
now the headset hold the volume + and - at the same time to re-set the headset, NOT the phone + and - / the headset only
this will re-set the headset and paired it to the new phone.
Posted on May 19, 2008
Try this: 1. Ensure that your phone is switched on. 2. If the headset has not been previously paired with a device, switch on the headset. The headset enters the pairing mode, and the indicator light starts to flash blue quickly. If the headset has been previously paired with another device, switch off the headset, and press and hold the multifunction key until the indicator light starts to flash blue quickly. 3. Activate the Bluetooth feature on the phone, and set it to search for Bluetooth devices. See the user guide of your phone for instructions. 4. Select the headset from the list of found devices. 5. Enter the passcode 0000 to pair and connect the headset to your phone. In some phones, you may need to make the connection separately after pairing. You only need to pair the headset with your phone once. If pairing is successful, the headset appears in the menu of the mobile phone where you can view the currently paired Bluetooth devices. When the headset is connected with your mobile phone and ready for use, the indicator light of the headset slowly flashes blue.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Sorry if you have done this but let's see if we can get you connected!
On your Nokia headset press and hold the multi-function key for roughly 8 seconds. Your green light will begin to flash quickly. Your Bluetooth headset is now in pairing mode.
Now using your LG Cookie, press Menu > Settings > Bluetooth > Search
Once found, you will need to type the pass code which is normally set as four zeros (0000).
You should now be connected.
We hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
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Try to set the connection settings to automatic so that it can detect your bluetooth device.
Mar 15, 2011 | Cell Phones
Ensure that your phone is switched
on and the headset is switched off.
2. Press and hold the power key until
the green indicator light starts to
3. Activate the Bluetooth feature on
the phone, and set the phone to
search for Bluetooth devices.
4. Select the headset from the list
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