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Topic # 8448 30-Jun-2006 14:13
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Just got Palm Treo Head set and I cant get it to pair with any of my bt devices (Treo 650, Nokia 6255, Apache, Harrier)  Is there a reset that can be done on the headset as I cant find a referance in the manual?

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Reply # 40209 30-Jun-2006 14:30
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You can't pair... But is the headset listed on your device after a search? Is the headset really in discoverable mode?







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  Reply # 40217 30-Jun-2006 15:04
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None of the devices see it at all.  I dont have the manual with me at the moment.  How do I reset it or put it back into discoverable mode?

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Reply # 40218 30-Jun-2006 15:07
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Ok, if the others devices can't see it then you need to put it in discoverable mode first... Usually all these headset work in the same way: turn it off, press the on button again and keep holding it until it beeps or flashes the LEDs in a pattern. Then you can start the search from another device.

This only lasts for a minute or so. If you miss it then you have to do it again. The PIN code is generally 0000.








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  Reply # 40220 30-Jun-2006 15:13
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To pair with the Treo headset - hold the multi-function button until the LED turns solid blue, use your phone or PDA discover and pair with the headset using the default passcode: 0000.




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  Reply # 40221 30-Jun-2006 15:15
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Doh... I feel thick.
I wasnt holding the button down long enough after turning the headset on.
(The blueant I have been using is much easer than the Palm Product but it was free so I have to give it a go)

Thanks freitasm

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