I received a new SAMSUNG SGH-A707 and either it or my Bluetooth won't link up. I search for new devices on my phone, while the bule tooth is on and I get the No Devices Found. I've tried turning off my headset, putting the phone in search, then tuning on the headset. I've tried headset already on and searching.
When hooking up your bluetooth hold your volume and your call button at the same time. .then your head set indicator light stays on .then you can set up your phone,your phone will ask for a code the code is 0000 that will set your headset to your phone.
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H350 on by pressing and holding the black "Talk" button on the side
of your headset. Hold it until the blue status starts to flash. To turn the
H350 off, simply hold the talk button until the headset turns off. Pair your
headset with your cell phone by entering into your cell phone's bluetooth
menu--Menu > Settings > Connection > Bluetooth Link > Setup (see
Resources below). Put your
Motorola H350 into pairing mode by holding the "Talk" with the device
turned off. Hold the button until the status light on the side of your headset
begins to flash, and turns back into a solid blue. Back in
your phone's bluetooth menu, choose the option to "Search/Discover"
bluetooth devices. And when your phone recognizes your H350, select the headset
and enter "0000" as the passcode.
I have had a similar issue with SGH-A707, I have found that taking the device out of discover mode, then removing the battery from the phone to reboot it. once booted, turn on the bluetooth on the phone and put the device into discover mode. Should find it.
menu, settings, connectivity, bluetooth, my devices, press down to get to the device you want to delete, press options, then delete.
menu, settings, connectivity, bluetooth, my devices, (should have at the top: search for new devices scrolling). Click that:
h700 bluetooth should be in pairing mode:
hold the center button down and wait for it to turn solid blue: the go back and search for new devices on the phone, when it finds the bluetooth, enter 4 0000 zeros for the passcode. The click if you want it to automatically connect or not.
well the way i know to do it is if you want to ues a bluetooh headset is to turn the headset on then go to connections go to bluetooth then go to my devices and search for new devies(note* make sure your phone visibility is on)
It is really simple, go to settings, connectivity(6 down), then hit bluetooth, then activation on, then go back to the the display were it says Activation, My devices, My phones Visibility, Ect. And go to My Phones Visibility and make sure it is visible, then go back to the page with all the bluetooth stuff, and go to my devices, and search for new devices and it will search and you should see your freinds phone if they are next to you. and i got to go eat thanksgiving dinner so if you cant figure the rest out e-mail me at [email protected]