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  1. #1
    Witchsmeller
    Guest
    Hi,

    I can't link my AD-5B adapter to my BT200 bluetooth headset on my Nokia
    7210 phone.

    The BT200 headset is for non-bluetooth phones, which included an adapter
    that fits into my pop port to connect it to a "multi-adapter" (which was
    included with the headset), this actually gives me cordless connectivity
    in itself.

    At the same time I also bought the AD-5B adapter, I'm now trying to pair
    the BT200 headset with the AD-5B adapter as it is much smaller than the
    multi-adapter (and I've already bought it!). Unfortunately I'm having no
    luck, according to the AD-5B instructions I follow a few steps for the
    adapter to search & find a headset, I then enter a 4 digit code that is
    included with the headset to set up the pairing.

    Firstly I can't get the adapter to find the headset (the adapter light
    just blinks red - meaning no BT device found in range); secondly there is
    no code I can find included with the BT200 headset.

    Should I just use the cumbersome multi-adapter that came with the BT200 &
    flog the AD-5B on eBay or is there a way to link the two. I bought both
    items from the web at the same time as I thought I needed both for the
    headset to work, if I'd have know it came with the multi-adapter I'd have
    save myself the Ł26 for the AD-5B. That being said I'd prefer to get the
    AD-5B working, so if anyone can help I'd really appreciate it.

    Jase.



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  2. #2
    pzboyz
    Guest

    Re: Linking AD-5B adapter to Jabra BT200 BT headset?

    Witchsmeller wrote:
    > Firstly I can't get the adapter to find the headset (the adapter light
    > just blinks red - meaning no BT device found in range); secondly there is
    > no code I can find included with the BT200 headset.
    >


    Are placing the headset in discoverable mode?

    From the off state, a long press of the talk button on the headset
    wwill make it doscoverable, the blue led is on continuously to indicate
    the headset is discoverable.

    pzboyz



  3. #3
    Ulrich Petri
    Guest

    Re: Linking AD-5B adapter to Jabra BT200 BT headset?

    pzboyz <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Witchsmeller wrote:
    > > Firstly I can't get the adapter to find the headset (the adapter light
    > > just blinks red - meaning no BT device found in range); secondly there is
    > > no code I can find included with the BT200 headset.
    > >

    >


    I use the same combination (AD-5B <--> BT200) and it worls just fine.

    - Press the Multibutton on the BT200 for about 7 Seconds (until the
    blue led lights solid)
    - Press the button on the AD-5B once (it should start blinking green)
    - Wait until the AD-5B goes solid green
    - Then enter "0000#" (without the ") on the phone
    - Wait a few secs until the numbers vanish
    Done

    nb.: It doesn't hurt to read the manuals (everything is explained in
    there)

    Cu



  4. #4
    Witchsmeller
    Guest

    Re: Linking AD-5B adapter to Jabra BT200 BT headset?

    [email protected] (Ulrich Petri) wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > pzboyz <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:<[email protected]>...
    >> Witchsmeller wrote:
    >> > Firstly I can't get the adapter to find the headset (the adapter
    >> > light just blinks red - meaning no BT device found in range);
    >> > secondly there is no code I can find included with the BT200
    >> > headset.
    >> >

    >>

    >
    > I use the same combination (AD-5B <--> BT200) and it worls just fine.
    >
    > - Press the Multibutton on the BT200 for about 7 Seconds (until the
    > blue led lights solid)
    > - Press the button on the AD-5B once (it should start blinking green)
    > - Wait until the AD-5B goes solid green
    > - Then enter "0000#" (without the ") on the phone
    > - Wait a few secs until the numbers vanish
    > Done
    >
    > nb.: It doesn't hurt to read the manuals (everything is explained in
    > there)
    >
    > Cu
    >


    Thanks, I've already managed to get it working. I found the headset code
    on the Jabra site, but there was nothing in the literature with my
    headset, I think that may be because I bought the hands-free version with
    it's own pop-port adapter which came pre-paired. Regardless, thanks for
    the accurate reply.

    Jase.



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