I have a palm treo 755 it can find the bluetooth but then it says it cant add it to trusted devices. it doesnt even ask me for a passcode. i lost my packaging for the headset but in is brand new and i dont wanna waste the money i spent on it. can you help please?
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Hi, i'm not sure what the Mac has to do with your Headset. You can register your blue tooth headset with any device that supports bluetooth. In fact, you can use your headset with multiple devices. Even your Mac can use bluetooth to connect to a headset (if you have bluetooth turned on, and not all Macs have factory bluetooth).
To 'register' your headset with the Treo is a two step process. on the Treo, make sure bluetooth connectivity is turned on, then you should have a menu that allows you to find/enroll a new bluetooth device. Before you tell it to find a bluetooth device, turn on your headset. Now tell the Treo to search for devices. If it doesn't find your headset, then press and hold the button on the side and it will send out signals that your Treo will see. The Treo might give you a password code and ask you to confirm this is the device you want to synch to. Usually '0000', but in any case say yes, so long nobody else is around trying to do the same thing you are within 30'. That should do it. I don't think the Treo has voice recognition, which makes dialing on my Nokia a breeze, for true hands-free operation, nothing beats it. Also note, the Treo has been know to have issues loosing bluetooth connectivity with the headset and not reconnecting with a re-boot. so long you keep the two devices near each other, this shouldn't be a problem. stephen
Had a similar problems. Throw out wired headsets with shorting problems. Their too cheap to try and fix.
Try rebooting the phone, then make sure the wireless headset is on. The trick is to get it into "trusted devices", so when you get the phone to seek new or nearby devices, you need to push the button on the earpiece so it sends a signal at the time the phone is trying to find it. It took me a number of trys, but finally got it to work. I use Verizon and they were quite helpful, even though the phone was "out of warrenty". I was re-activating my phone after not using it for a couple of years.