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19th May 2014, 04:00 PM |#1  
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hello everyone. i have the SX-907 bluetooth stereo headset but when i am going to play music from my gear 2 neo, it says: bluetooth device not found... but i can play the music from my note 3 with this headset..my first thought was that this headset is incompatible with gear 2 neo..does anyone know something about my problem?
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19th May 2014, 05:27 PM |#2  
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hello everyone. i have the SX-907 bluetooth stereo headset but when i am going to play music from my gear 2 neo, it says: bluetooth device not found... but i can play the music from my note 3 with this headset..my first thought was that this headset is incompatible with gear 2 neo..does anyone know something about my problem?

Have you paired your headset with your watch? That has to be done whether it is paired with your phone or not.
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Have you paired your headset with your watch? That has to be done whether it is paired with your phone or not.

How could i suppose to do this?
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How could i suppose to do this?

In the watch Settings, scroll down and tap on Bluetooth. Make sure Bluetooth is checked on, then tap on BT settings and it will start to scan. Put your headset in pairing mode and it should find it.
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In the watch Settings, scroll down and tap on Bluetooth. Make sure Bluetooth is checked on, then tap on BT settings and it will start to scan. Put your headset in pairing mode and it should find it.

ok, but my problem is: how can i put my headset in pairing mode? is there any button?
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ok, but my problem is: how can i put my headset in pairing mode? is there any button?

That depends on your headset, you'll have to read the manual (RTFM) for it.
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That depends on your headset, you'll have to read the manual (RTFM) for it.

The headset is SX-907..if you find a manual for it, i ll be grateful
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The headset is SX-907..if you find a manual for it, i ll be grateful

Geez, you can't even search for yourself? Are you sure you're intelligent enough to be using this "high tech" equipment? Maybe you should box it all up, take it back to the store, and get a flip phone and analog watch.

This took me 10 seconds to find and link: http://www.yalldata.com/downloads/up...one/C01484.jpg
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