Pairing my Palm Treo with my 2010 RX 350 worked, but the car didn't realize. i.e. I paired it as the owner's manual states. The car said that it didn't find the phone. I then turned off the car, turned it back on, made a phone call from my phone, and the car picked up.
I took the advice of another poster. I own the Palm Treo 755P and had trouble pairing it to my 2009 Lexus RX350. I went through the normal pairing process using code 0000 and after my phone recognized the car, I finished the process on my phone. The car had not found the phone yet. I immediately dialed out on the phone and it began to work. The car then recognized the phone and completed the pairing. Works like a charm now.
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Turn your headset off. Then, press and hold the answer/end button until the indicator light is solid lit in blue. It is in paring mode. Now, make your phone's bluetooth application search for new devices. After a while, the BT-350 should appear on-screen. Select it and command the application to proceed. If a pairing code (or PIN, or passkey) is requested, enter '0000' (four zeros). If the pairing proces is successful, the headset should enter stand-by mode. The pairing process is timed.If you fail to complete it, you'll have to start it over, from the phone turned off phase. Once paired, whenever both your headset and your phone's bluetooth radios are turned on, they should connect to each other automatically. Otherwise
Looks like your saying you've updated your n?vi 660 to software(firmware) version 2.0, if so you're moving in the right direction.
Unfortunately the n?vi 660 does support the Treo 700P but only seems to support the 'Hands-free' BlueTooth profile and this is often problematical as is the 'headset' profile with some device combinations, that's precisely why many phones and devices now support both profiles.
Check the pairing information to see if you're using 'headset' or 'Hands-free', whatever you're using delete the pairing on both devices and see if they will let you pair in the other profile.
Your Treo 700P is made by PalmOne (www.palm.com) so you may want to check for software updates from them.
This kind of problem is down to the lack of a solid standard for BlueTooth communications and you will often find that settings that work for one combination of devices are unstable with another.
Post back if this doesn't help or if you need us to clarify anything.