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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately not all bluetooth headsets are compatible with the Ipod Touch. You should go the Apple's Website and see if that have a list of what bluetooth devices will work for them
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
want to use a Plantronics pulsar 260 headset to listen to music over bluetooth played on LG KP500 phone. After pairing the devices what settings do I need to change on the phone to make it play stereo music over bluetooth to the headset?
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
Solution I found with the same devices is to properly par the devices.
It basically states :
1.Ensure the headphones are turned off (L indicator light not blinking).
2.Press and hold L button. After about 6 seconds, the L indicator light becomes steadily lit.
3.Release the L button. The L indicator light remains steadily lit.
If the L indicator light is flashing or not steadily lit, repeat steps 1 through 3
Now on the T60:
Search for Bluetooth Devices as you would normally.
The T60 lists Bluetooth devices it finds.
Select Motorola S805.
Select OK or Yes to pair your headphones
with your phone.
Enter the passkey: 0000
When your headphones successfully pair
with your phone, the L indicator light
changes from steadily lit to rapidly flashing.
That's it next time you start a audio program on T60 output will be sent to Motorola Headphones
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
See:http://www.testfreaks.com/blog/review/vtech-ls6245-cordless-phone-with-bluetooth/. Looks like you could at least with this one. I am also looking to do the same.
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
Had the same problem and called Plantronics. They reminded me about putting the earpiece in "Discovery Mode" by holding down the button when turning it on until it flashes blue/red. Then have the EVO scan for bluetooth devices. It found mine right away.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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the Plantronics BackBeat 903 with an EVO 4G:
On the 903 headset:
With the headset powered off, press and hold the "Power/Pairing" button until the LED indicator flashes blue and red. This will put the 903 headset into pairing mode.
Use the iPod Touch menu to search for the headset and select 9xxBackBeat.
(If prompted, enter 0000 for the PIN code/passkey. Some devices also require you to accept the connection. Headset is paired when LED flashes blue.)
On the EVO 4G:
the Bluetooth on from the Home screen, tap Menu, Settings, Wireless & Networks,
Pair the EVO 4G by going to the Home screen, press Menu, Settings, Wireless & Networks, Bluetooth Settings, Scan for Devices. Follow the on screen prompts to pair the devices.
Good luck from Headsets Direct - 800-914-7996.
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