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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Lexar MP3 player
Connect the device in Storage Device (USB Mass Storgae) Mode and then format the storage disc to FAT you can use the DOS command: format X: /fs:fat where X: is the storage disc drive letter.
Posted on May 24, 2007
Use your Bluetooth wireless headset or car speaker to make and receive calls: 1. Follow the manufacture's instructions for your Bluetooth device to make sure it is turned on and "visible". 2. From your Sidekick, go to the Phone application. 3. Make sure your Bluetooth device has paired with your Sidekick device by pressing MENU and selecting Settings > Pairing. (If you try to do this and you don't have Bluetooth services turned on, you will be prompted to turn it on.) 4. On the Pairing dialog that appears, make sure your Bluetooth device is listed and has a key icon next to it. The key means that it's paired with your device. If it doesn't have a key, roll the TRACKBALL to select the device name, then press to pair. Once paired, press DONE . 5. Back at the Phone screen, press MENU and select Transfer Sound to > Bluetooth Device Name. 6. Dial your number and send the call. All sounds will be routed through your Bluetooth device.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
SOURCE: How to pair Jabra BT620s
• At your computer Right click on the Bluetooth icon on the task bar.
• Select “Explore my Bluetooth places”.
• Click on “View devices in range” to see all available devices.
• Right click on the Jabra BT620s and select “Pair device”.
• Enter the four digit passkey: 0000 (4 zeros).
• Right click on the Jabra BT620s and select “connect”.
• The connection will be established automatically, otherwise if the Jabra BT620s is ringing,
press the answer/end button to confirm the connection.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
SOURCE: jabra bluetooth
Look up on Jabra for your model number. google jabra with model number then a comma with manual after it. The manual was the exact match and directions were very clear.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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