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Connecting to phone

I have a motorola razr and someone gave me a hand-me-down bluetooth bc they got a better one---however, i cannot figue out how to connect to my phone with th Jabra BT160

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  • Blakeroo Dec 06, 2007

    need to know the steps on connecting the bluetooth to the phone

  • redbone1 Dec 24, 2007

    my jabra bluetooth will not connect to my samsung phone. i do not have the code to the bluetooth.

  • LtRD Feb 17, 2008

    I have a razor that will not find my jabra BT then phone keeps saying "no devices found..........

  • Anonymous May 12, 2008

    I have a problem connecting my Jabra BT185Z to my phone. Please provide the pass key.

  • dazendream Jun 24, 2008

    I can get the headset to work with my incoming and outgoing calls, but not with the mp3 player.

  • bleu082 Jul 25, 2008

    i was also given a had me down blu-tooth, my phone is a moto w755. i am unable to get it into the pairing mode. the blue light flashes but does not stay on, and my phone cant pick it up, i even took it to the verizon dealer. the person that gave it to me then told me to contact you..for help (help).

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You need to put Jabra in Discovery Mode. Press the "Volume up" and the "Power" button at the same time continuosly while you have your Razr in the add Bluetooth mode. Once they meet you will be asked to pair, concur. Then you wilkl be asked for a passkey.. The universal code is "0000" (4 zero's).

This should get you in and working.

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