Question about Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset

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It's paired up with treo, but when treo rings, the headset will not work.

I paired the h700 with my palm treo, and bluetooth is in the on position on the treo, but when the phone rings, the headset doesn't ring, and when i push the connect button on the headset, the phone still rings and the headset doesn't connect.

help me, please.

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    I pair my moto before but now my treo 755 will see it but it will not connect

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There are known compatability issues with palm treo and blackberry phones when trying to use this type of headset .

I recomend a Plantronics brand headset with your phone.

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