How to Pair Motorola Bluetooth With an iPhone

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The iPhone 4 features Bluetooth technology, allowing you to connect it to a wireless headset so you can enjoy music or talk on the phone, hands-free. Motorola has a number of Bluetooth headsets that will work with the iPhone, ranging from simple device that can only send and receive sounds, to more complex headsets with multiple microphones and the ability to work with an application to dictate text messages. Before the Motorola headset and your iPhone can work together, you have to put them through a pairing process where the iPhone seeks out the headset and connects to it.

  • Plug your Motorola headset into its charging cable. Let the headset sit and charge for about 20 minutes. If the LED indicator turns green while it is charging, the headset if fully charged, and you can remove it from the charger.

  • Place the Motorola headset into pairing mode. The latest Motorola models will automatically go into pairing mode whenever they do not find a current connection. Turn off any devices that the headset may have been connected with previously. Turn on the headset and look for a solid blue indicator light. On some older Motorola headsets, you may have to turn the headset off, then hold the main headset button for up to eight seconds, in order to force the headset into pairing mode.

  • Tap the "Settings" icon on the iPhone to access the "Settings" menu. Tap "General" in the middle of the menu, then tap "Bluetooth" to open up the Bluetooth screen.

  • Tap "Bluetooth" at the top of the screen to turn Bluetooth connectivity on. Once it is on, the iPhone will automatically search for any nearby Bluetooth devices that are in pairing mode.

  • Select your Motorola Bluetooth headset from the list of found devices. Enter "0000" when the iPhone asks you to enter a PIN number. Tap "Connect" at the top of the device to complete the pairing process.

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