I have recharged my earpiece and now my razor phone will not connect to it.
I charged my motorola bluetooth headset and now my LG Fusic will not connect to it. I have tried re-pairing the headset with the phone with no luck. :(
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The normal procedure is: Turn on Bluetooth on the cell phone. Turn on the charged earphone. Press search for devices on the cell phone. When the earphone is found enter '0000', four zeros, press enter. It should now say device connected. If not: Is '0000' the correct code? look in the owner's manual. Is the earpiece charged? Power light on, blinks? Is the procedure slightly different? Check owner's manual. Is it still linked to a different phone? Turn off that phone. If you still have issues, the earpiece is probably defective.
The headset will automatically pair with the last device that it was
paired with. You may want to remove that just in case. I am sending the
users guide along with this. Also always start with the blue tooth
turned off, the pass key is 0000 (four zeros).
I bought a new HS850 and guess what, I got this hearing problem on the very first day ...phew ! I did the pairing with my Motorola A1200 phone and it worked for once, even the sound was coming in the earpiece and then I put it to charge for the first time and once done, I again started it up and it got connected with the phone and after that there was no sound in the ear piece. I was going nuts....about what could be the problem.
So i decided to delete the earlier paired profile from my phone and do the pairing again and guess what...It Worked....:) So you can try that out too....
The term "service" refers to other types of services supported by bluetooth technology like keyboards, mice, etc. There's a lot more than just headsets now.
I suggest checking the bluetooth options on your phone to see if there is a refresh service or other option....there is one like that on my blackberry that I once had to use to solve a similar issue.
Have you tried disabling bluetooth, rebooting phone, enabling bluetooth, and rebooting phone before pairing?
Also, look to see if there is an encryption on/off option on the phone...this could be causing an echo in either state due to interference...try switching encryption on/off.
Also, check your update options on the phone, you didn't say which kind of phone it is but some can get firmware updates that may be needed for bluetooth to work well.
Finally, you may get results by deleting the device on the phone and re-adding it thru discovery.