Bluetooth headsets allow users to make and receive calls without holding a phone to their ear. They can also function as headset and microphone for a computer. But before someone can start using a Bluetooth headset, it has to be paired. In order to pair the headset, the user must put the Bluetooth headset into pairing mode first. Some headsets automatically go into pairing mode the first time they are turned on. While there are some exceptions, most Bluetooth headsets follow the same basic pairing instructions.
Power the headset off. None of the lights on the headset should be on or blinking.
Press and hold the "TALK" or "CALL" button on the headset. On most headsets a blue indicator light will start to blink.
Hold the button down until the light either turns solid blue, or starts flashing blue and red.
Release the button and start the pairing process on the device you want to pair with the Bluetooth headset.
Enter "0000" or "1234" if the device prompts for a passkey.
Tips & Warnings
- Make sure the headset is fully charged before starting the pairing process.
- Some headsets require pressing additional buttons during the pairing process. If it doesn't seem to be working, refer to the user manual for your headset.
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