PIN on my cellphone doesnt show after seeing Jabra 2050
I tried many times to connect my Jabra 2050 to my LG dare. I followed instructions to hold the button on/off of the Jabra VBT2050 and the phone detects the bluetooth but the enter Passkyey or PIN didnt show. I tried again, only the bluetooth was found, after that it wont show or ask to enter Passkey...Any help why it wont show? I check the blue tooth info and it shows not paired yet.
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Booklet instructions for how to pair it with a new device are wrong. It tells you holding the power button will put it into pairing mode but it does not.
Pairing mode is done by turning off the ear piece, then holding both power and answer/hangup at the same time. The LED should flash fast 3 or 4 times and then stay on solid. You might need to hold just power till the very first flash THEN begin holding answer/hangup as well as power till the LED goes constant. I’ve also had luck when frustrated by just holding all 4 buttons at once.
Go to this site, and it will walk you through each step to connect your
particular Jabra headset with your cellphone. Choose the headset, and
then at the next page, choose your phone. Moving your mouse over each
step will change the picture to what you should be seeing on your phone
at each step. http://jabra.pairx.co.uk/ Pls come back and let us know if this solved your problem.
I have the env Touch and the Jabra Halo. Initially, I had a problem pairing the two, then I realized that I was not following the directions properly. The manual shows two sections for pairing ("first time pairing" and "later pairing"). I was following the instructions for the former when I should have been following the latter. I also failed to notice that the BT indicator was flashing blue and not solid blue, as it needs to be, for pairing mode. So, if you haven't already done so, follow the instructions for "later pairing" here. Make sure that you see the SOLID blue light on the BT indicator on the headset when you try to pair.
try holding call button down for 10 seconds on that one, it shold start blinking, than remove your thumb as soon as it starts blinking, to turn it off reverse the process, remember passkey is 0000 or 1234. good luck
OK, this is what you do:
1. Make sure your Jabra VBT 2050 is fully charged.
2. Enable bluetooth on your phone.
3. Turn on your VBT 2050 with the little button on the side (the white light between the keys should flash).
4. Initiate a search from your phone while holding down the center button on the VBT 2050 (middle, under the + and -).
5. You might need to do another bluetooth search using your phone (it took me about 4 times befor my Blackberry Storm picked up the signal.
6. When your phone asks for a code, type in 0000 (the default number).
Something similar happened to mine. It worked for 2 months, and my phone received a message from jabra to reset pass key. It did not accept, and it stopped working with my phone. I tried everything. I was told to hold the power down for 10 seconds to place in pairing mode, that did not work. This did. Hold the volume up down and the answer button down at the same time for 7 seconds. You have to make sure they are all down or it will not work. You will see that the light will stay lit continuously. This means it is in pairing mode. Then place the bluetooth on your phone on. Tap find device at the top. It will then locate the jabra. Follow any other prompts. If it asks for a passkey, or code, 0000 will suffice. Hope this helps. I looked for almost an hour and a half for the answer.
hi, you have to connect the jabra audio jack to the audio source, to the speaker output of your receiver for example. If jabra detects the source it will work. If you cut the connection, jabra watch for a while if something happend and than stops the transmittion. Hope that helps
hold the button pressed for 6 sec. until led is solid.
then search bluetooth devices on phone
click on Bluetooth headset
now it should work, or check http://jabra.com for compatibility.