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Bluetooth Headset
USER'S GUIDE
1.0
VERSION
2004/08/10
Tested To Comply
With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE

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  • Page 1

    Bluetooth Headset USER’S GUIDE VERSION 2004/08/10 Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENT Introduction ............... 1 BT-354 Bluetooth Headset Box Contents and Picture Charging Battery ..............2 Headset Buttons ..............3 3.1 Turning On / Off the Headset 3.2 Pairing the Headset 3.3 Making and Answering/Ending calls Trouble Shooting ..............9...

  • Page 3: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for your purchasing of our Bluetooth headset device. Bluetooth is a technology which is very popular in short range wireless communication. It allows wireless connections between Bluetooth devices such as cellular phones, personal digital assistants (PDA), desktop and notebook computers, input-output devices (mouse, keyborards, printers)...etc.

  • Page 4: Charging Battery

    CHARGING BATTERY The headset comes with a rechargeable battery. The battery may not be fully charged when it is new. For your first time use, please takes 2 hours to fully charge the battery. Afterwards, it will take about 1.5 hours to fully charge the battery.

  • Page 5: Headset Buttons, 3.1 Turning On / Off The Headset

    HEADSET BUTTONS S1 Button: Power on/off, Answer call, End call, Pairing S2 Button: increase Volume, decrease Volume Turning On / Off the Headset 3.1.1 To turn the Headset on Press and hold the S1 button for 5 seconds, the blue LED on the headset will quickly blink four times, release the S1 button, the headset is now turned on.

  • Page 6: 3.2 Pairing The Headset

    Bluetooth function that enables Bluetooth devices to remain permanently linked to another. The headset must be turned off then on again before initiating the pairing. The following PAIRing operation is taking a Motorola mobil phone for example, other mobil phones may have different PAIRing procedures.

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    Step 4: When Bluetooth Link screen comes out, press the SELECT button. Step 5: Use UP or DOWN cursor keys to point to Handsfree line, press the SELECT button. Step 6: Use UP or DOWN cursor keys to point to Look For Devices line, press the SELECT button.

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    Step 8: The mobil phone found a headset. Press the SELECT button to initiate the PAIRing. Step 9: The mobil phone asked for a PAIRing. Press the YES button to confirm the PAIRing connection. Step 10 : When asked the Passkey by the mobile phone, enter 1234, then press the OK button to confirm it.

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    Making and Answering / Ending Calls Once the Headset is successfully paired with your mobile phone, you can use the headset to make and receive calls. Turn the headset on first. Headset will automatically link with your mobil phone if they were paired before. 3.3.1 Making Calls Dial the number on the mobile phone as you normally do.

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    Due to the different design of some mobile phones, an auto- disconnect may happen even when the headset is powered on. In that case, the headset will not ring when a call is coming in. Press S1 button for 1 sec. to reconnect the headset with mobile phone for an incoming call.

  • Page 11: Trouble Shooting

    TROUBLE SHOOTING 1. No sound contact between Headset and other devices. Make sure that the two devices have been paired. Make sure that the Headset is turned on. Make sure that the two devices are within a working range. Make sure that your mobile phones is within signal strength. Some Bluetooth mobile phones can support only one Bluetooth Headset.

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    Does the headset work with all types of mobile phones ? Ans : No. It works only with Bluetooth enabled mobile phones. 2. Why the headset does not work with my mobile phone after the headset is fully charged and turned on ? Ans : At first, you have to activate the Bluetooth function of your mobile phone then pair it with the headset.

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    What is Pairing ? Ans : Pairing is a Bluetooth function that enables Bluetooth devices to remain permanently linked to another. What Pairing means in terms of security ? Ans : As mentioned, Pairing allows devices to permanently link with each other.

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