Here's how to tell if the BlueParrott is charged up. You see, it's got the
green light? So, I've been doing this for 12 hours. They're very adamant
about charging for 12 hours the first time. So, I'm just going to follow
their instruction because, shoot, I don't want the thing to blow up. Who
knows why that's important, but I'm not going to question it.
So now I can go ahead and unplug this, which I will do, and will show you
pairing with the cell phone next. The first think you're supposed to do is
turn this thing in the pairing mode, OK? And what I'm supposed to do is
hold down this button, this is called the multi-function button until the
red and blue lights flash and I hear two rising tones, followed by four
more tones. I'll get my ear down there and see if you can hear that. This
says it could take up to 15 seconds. It says it's going to do four more
tones. I haven't heard them yet. Maybe I didn't hear the four tones, but it
is flashing blue and red. Tell you what, I'm going to go ahead and release
this, even though I don't think I heard the tones. OK. So, that thing's
The next thing I do now is I'm going to go to my phone and then I'm going
to go to the Bluetooth Pairing, search for devices. It found it. It's
called audio device. I'm going to go ahead and hit enter on that. It's
probably going to ask me to put in a code. So I'm supposed to put in four
zeros, and then this is my enter key, so I'll hit enter. Complete, hands
free. It looks to me like the whole thing was successful. Go into this and
make sure that Auto Pairing, trusted so much, it's always trusted, yes.
Now, I think you would change the trusted to always prompt if you had to
run more than one device, like you wanted to use the computer and the cell
phone, because it'll get confused, otherwise. So, now, I'm going to go
ahead and save that.
It's going to be very similar with almost every other cell phone in the
world. So, that's Pairing.