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1 Set your Bluetooth phone to discover the
headset by following your phone's guide.
Typically, the steps involve going to the Settings,
Connection, or Bluetooth menu on your
phone and then selecting the option to discover
Your phone will find the Samsung WEP200
2 Select Samsung WEP200.
3 When the phone asks if you want to pair with it,
confirm by selecting Yes or OK.
4 Enter the headset passkey or PIN, 0000.
1 Turn your bluetooth headset off. If it is on, press and hold multi-function button(for about 4 seconds) until the LED blinks twice.
2 Prepare your bluetooth enabled phone to be ready to go to search mode.
3 Turn your bluetooth headset on in pairing mode. (Press and hold the multi-function button for almost 9 seconds. The LED will be steadily LIT.)
4 Activate the Search option in your phone. You should see Samsung WEP200 in your phone's screen. Choose that and press OK
5 The phone will ask for a passkey.
Then press OK.
Give it a few seconds, your phone and bluetooth headset will be paired.
turn your headset on and hold the button down until it starts flashing blue and red. go to setting on your phone bluetooth and choose add new device or pair device. your phone will pik up the new bluetooth and ask for a password it is usually 0000 or 1234
Is the phone set to visible, the settings within the Bluetooth are obviously turned on, but are they also set to visible, if the phone is not visible to other users, whether the Bluetooth is turned on or not the other phone will not detect it.