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08/28/04 | by JAdP | Categories: Mobile and Wireless, Toys and Tools, TIA Tools & Toys, Bluetooth

Jabra Pairing:

  1. Ensure that the FreeSpeak headset is off.
  2. Press and hold down the multi-function button for approximately 7 seconds until the indicator light turns on steadily.
  3. While the light is still steadily lit, release the multi-function button. The indicator light will remain on, indicating that the FreeSpeak is in pairing mode and waiting to communicate with another Bluetooth pairing device.
  4. Follow the operating instructions for your Bluetooth phone to start the pairing process. Typically, this is done by going to a "setup" or "connect" menu and then selecting the options to "discover" Bluetooth devices. It may take several seconds to establish a connection.
  5. Your phone's display should indicate to you that it found the "JABRA BT200" headset and ask if you want to pair it. Confirm this.
  6. The phone's display should then prompt you for a passkey or PIN. Enter a sequence of four zeros (0000).
  7. To indicate that pairing has been successful, the headset indicator light will briefly flash rapidly before it goes back to flashing every 3 seconds (standby mode).
  8. Your phone's display may also ask whether you want to change the headset's name. If so prompted, we recommend that you approve the "JABRA BT200" name rather than modify it.
  9. If the FreeSpeak indicator light is still steadily lit, pairing was unsuccessful and you will need to turn FreeSpeak off, return to step 1 and try again.

- FreeSpeak Manual, © 2002 Jabra Corporation

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