Well what you have to do is to go to the bluetooth menu turn it on and select add new device now on you jabra headset it has an answer button wich you can press untill the blue light stays on that when the env can find and paire the device
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To pair the Jabra with a Verizon Wireless phone, the phone must have
Bluetooth. Bluetooth allows a device to communicate and transfer data
with another Bluetooth device without having to be physically connected
to it. The instructions for connecting the Jabra with the Verizon phone
vary slightly depending upon your phone model. Jabra headset
instructions don't vary per model.
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.
I'm having the same problem with my verizon vx8600 phone. Only with a jabra bt350 (listed as compatible). It actually doesn't find anything at all, no phones, no headsets, no bluetooth enabled PC's. Not really sure what to do since I've discovered handsfree talking, I never want to go back
About three months ago I bought the LG En V touch from a verizon store. I planned to use it with my old "New Jawbone" and my new "Jawbone Prime". The phone would nto pair at first then when they finally got it to pair I had a variety of problems. Verizon technicians performe a number of different steps trying to make it work as it was supposed to. They even reinstalled the software after about a week and a half I persuded the Verizon stor manager to replace the phone with a new LG EnVtouch and they exchanged my Jawbone Prime also. The new LG EnVtouch had the exact same set of problems. Neither of these phones worked any better with the bluetooth in my Garmin NUVI either. I loved the design and the features but if it doesn't work why bother. I returned the second LG EnVtouch after aabout five more days of frustration. And went back to my old phone. If you buy one of these and it doesn't work return it fast and let them know what you think!
Jabra headsets sometimes have a different way of being put into discovery mode. Most headsets just have you press and hold the big call button on it. Some jabra headsets require you to JUST hold down both volume buttons and some other jabra headsets require you to hold down ALL buttons on the headset to put it in discovery mode (or pairing mode as they sometimes call it)
Try of those combinations ... The light will stay solid when it's in discovery mode... Once the light is solid THEN have the EnV search for headsets.