Hi, I have an motorolla H700 head set which I got few weeks back. But I have lost my booklet which gives all the instrucions. As i didnt have a bluetooth compatible phone all this time until few days ago i never checked it. Now when I try to pair it with my phone which is a Nokia N73 it requires a pass code which I havent got as I havent got the user guide please help me with issue. Thanks
In order to pair with this device you must follow these steps:
1. Close the mike on the H700
2. Hold the center call button on the H700 until the ring in the center turns violet.
3. Open the mike on the H700
4. Have your phone search for bluetooth devices
and follow the propmts
5. If your phone requests a passkey, enter 0000 This is the default for all Motorola devices
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You need to press the Bluetooth logo "On" button to turn it on but keep holding it down for a longer time until the red and blue lights start alternate flashing, pairing the headset before entering the, password: 0000.
Is the question really, is your H700 in pair mode? To set this you need to push and hold the big talk button while the boom is closed. once the purple light comes on open the boom to keep the light. Now you can search for it with your cell phone.
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The problem you are having with your H700 is not the passkey. "0000" is correct. The problem is the pairing process. I just paired mine after reading this with my blackberry curve.
1. Close the H700.
2. Hold the big button down until you see a lavender light.
3. Open the H700 while still holding the button down.
4. At this point it is ready to be paired. If the light changes color, the H700 has timed out waiting to be paired and you will have to do steps 1 thru 3 again.
5. With the lavender light on the H700 go through the pairing procedure on the blackberry.
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.