The Motorola H350 Bluetooth headset consists of an ear hook and a "Call" button on the face of the device. The lightweight headset allows you to enjoy the convenience of hands-free calling when using your phone. Occasionally, the Bluetooth link between your phone and the headset may become dysfunctional. This problem can be fixed by resetting the H350 headset. The device will then pair with your phone and return to normal functioning.
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Press and hold the "Call" button until the blue LED light flashes and turns off -- this button is labelled with an icon that looks like a phone and is located on the face of the device. The H350 headset shuts off.
Press and hold the "Call" button until the blue LED light flashes. The device restarts.
Activate the phone that you use with the Motorola H350 headset and go to the Bluetooth settings. On a Motorola phone, you access the Bluetooth settings by navigating to "Connection" in the "Settings" menu.
Select "Motorola H350" in the list of available Bluetooth devices. Enter "0000" if your phone prompts for a passkey. Press the "OK" button on your phone to reset the link between the phone and your Motorola H350 Bluetooth headset.
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