20 Most Recent Motorola Mobility Universal Wireless Bluetooth HS850 Headset Questions & Answers


Just google the instructions. Should get a pdf option to download ??

Motorola... | Answered on Nov 07, 2017


Hi, you don't need to unpair the old device, Just pair the new device,it does not have anything to do with the old one.

Step 1: Set the headset to be discoverable

1. Turn off the headset.
2. Press and hold the headset button for about eight seconds, until you hear the startup tone and then five quick high beeps.

The headset is now discoverable and will remain so for about five minutes. The status light blinks while the headset is discoverable.

Step 2: Turn on Bluetooth on the other device and search for devices

1. On the device, turn Bluetooth on and set the device to search for other Bluetooth devices.
2. On the device, choose iPhone Bluetooth Headset and enter the PIN code 0000.

See the instructions that came with your other Bluetooth-enabled device for more information about pairing it with Bluetooth devices.

Hope it helps.
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Motorola... | Answered on Jan 09, 2011


How to place a Motorola HS 850 bluetooth headset into paring mode:
  1. Close the boom to turn the unit off.
  2. Hold down the call button until the blue light comes on.
  3. While holding down the call button, swing the boom open.
You'll also need to enter the Lotus' bluetooth utility and have it search for bluetooth devices. If you set a password on the headset, you'll need to enter that password. If you didn't set a password and it asks for one, then the default is usually 0000 or 1234.

Motorola... | Answered on Nov 02, 2009


How to pair a Motorola HS850 bluetooth headset How to place a Motorola HS 850 bluetooth headset into paring mode:
  1. Close the boom to turn the unit off.
  2. Hold down the call button until the blue light comes on.
  3. While holding down the call button, swing the boom open.
The headset is now in pairing mode, and you can search for it using your phone. When it asks for a PIN, use 0000.

Motorola... | Answered on Sep 22, 2009


1.Press and hold the Multifunction button in the middle of a boom headset while the headset is closed. The light will glow blue.2.Open the boom microphone and the blue light should remain on. If not, repeat step 1.3.On the cell phone, press Menu > Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Handsfree > New Device
4.Select HS850 once a connection is detected.
5.The passkey "0000" is now entered to confirm the connection has been made.
6.The cell phone screen will now read "Bluetooth Connection".

Tips:
1.Provided you set the Bluetooth power to "On" after the initial connection has been made, the phone will automatically re-connect to the headset.
2.To set the Bluetooth power on - Press Menu, Select Settings, then Connections, then Bluetooth link, scroll to Setup and select that. Scroll to Power and chose Change. Scroll to On and press Select. The screen should now read "Changed: Power On".
3.Test Your Connection: Close the headset and watch for cell phone to say "Disconnected". Re-open the headset and the phone should be connected automatically and will now display "Bluetooth Connected".

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Motorola... | Answered on Jan 31, 2009


1.Press and hold the Multifunction button in the middle of a boom headset while the headset is closed. The light will glow blue.2.Open the boom microphone and the blue light should remain on. If not, repeat step 1.
3.On the cell phone, press Menu > Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Handsfree > New Device
4.Select HS850 once a connection is detected.
5.The passkey "0000" is now entered to confirm the connection has been made.
6.The cell phone screen will now read "Bluetooth Connection".

Tips:
1.Provided you set the Bluetooth power to "On" after the initial connection has been made, the phone will automatically re-connect to the headset.
2.To set the Bluetooth power on - Press Menu, Select Settings, then Connections, then Bluetooth link, scroll to Setup and select that. Scroll to Power and chose Change. Scroll to On and press Select. The screen should now read "Changed: Power On".
3.Test Your Connection: Close the headset and watch for cell phone to say "Disconnected". Re-open the headset and the phone should be connected automatically and will now display "Bluetooth Connected".

please give good rating if the solution works.
Thanks for using FixYa.

Motorola... | Answered on Jan 22, 2009


There are several possible reasons for this problem.
Try the following steps:
- Shut off the headset.
- Shut off bluetooth on your mobile phone and restart it.
- Now bring your headset in pairing mode. How to do this should be explained in the manual.
- go to something like "add new bluetooth device" on your phone. Something like that should be in the bluetooth menu.
- the phone should find the headset now. Pair the devices using pincode 0000. That's normally the code for headsets.

you can use the headset now.

If one of the steps gives problems, just ask. Then I will try and give some more specific help.
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Ruud

Motorola... | Answered on Jan 04, 2009


On the following link you will find a very useful pairing guide that will take you through the setup. http://www.motorola.com/consumer/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=38b5f7c0c1a0b010VgnVCM1000008206b00aRCRD&ps=y&pg=PG_TYP_00003&show=globalSupport&productID=fd13e7af976c9010VgnVCM1000008206b00aRCRD Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!

Motorola... | Answered on Oct 12, 2008


IF you are still having issues with this let me know in a post, there is a reset procedure for these

Radio... | Answered on Nov 21, 2020


All you have to do is turn then off and when you're going to turn them back on keep pressing the power button until you hear bluetooth linking, it won't ask for a pin after that.

Radio... | Answered on Oct 11, 2020


Measuring across the commutator opposites is a rough check - if each pair has the same resistance it is probably good but even then there are no guarantees. I have never seen the armature resistance stated for any motor though that doesn't mean such figures don't exist.

It would seem logical that each pair should be isolated but that generally is not how the armature is wired and each commutator segment is the termination of two coils.

In reality there is only three ways to test an armature - either build it into a motor and see if it performs ok, use an automated motor fault analysis machine or one of the dedicated armature testers such as an armature growler.

Radio... | Answered on Aug 01, 2020


Several things come to mind:
* check the batteries in the headsets, are they good?
* check that the transmitter is powered up and connected to the audio circuit in the TV.

Radio... | Answered on Jul 16, 2020


The fashion for nostalgia radio with a modern sound has brought about a clutch of models from only a few manufacturers.

I have only encountered one such that was basically an in-house cabinet with bought in internals, the quality of which was probably reflected in the price and as this was from the lower price bracket the internals were from different sources and badly matched.

I know of no reason to assume other models would be substantially different because although popular they haven't sold in the high numbers that would justify purpose built internals and so the chances are an experienced audio engineer would probably recognise the circuit board as being from a popular hi-fi and be able to provide you with details.

Radio... | Answered on Jun 22, 2020


There are two versions. A free version and a paid version. Make sure you choose the free one and you will not be charged anything. You may need to uninstall the one you have downloaded and reinstall. Do not choose PREMIUM vesion.

Radio... | Answered on Jun 17, 2020


The short answer is no -- the difference between AM and FM is too great though some CB radios were made dual mode, like the President Veep I used to own.
Some CBs that found the way into Britain were powerful sidebanders that offered similar capabilities to unlicensed CB-ers to that official radio hams had to sit exams to enjoy. Some radio hams found it cheaper to have those top-line CBs modified for use on the 11 metre amateur band.

It would be no help to you to obtain a standard FM CB as when the UK was forced to legalise CB radio under the Treaty of Rome, they legalised it at a different frequency as the American frequency was already allocated to radio control, bleepers and other things. Special CB sets were manufactured for the UK market.

Radio... | Answered on Jun 15, 2020

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