itouch paring with jawbone bluetooth headset help unforget deivce

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  1. Lunchboxhero

    Lunchboxhero New Member

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    Ok so i have a jawbone blue tooth head set an had it connected to my ITouch so i could do VOIP calling an it was working for about a week. i accidentally disconnected it from my touch an so when i proceeded to reconnect it a tapped the Forget this device button an now when i tried to pair it the jawbone wont even show up when im searching for the device. Ive tried resetting network settings an called apple customer service an they couldn't figure out how to fix it so im wondering if anyone else here has had this problem an have found a solution
  2. nickswitz

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    You used it for VOIP? does the mic work?
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    you could restore your ipod and not save the settings
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    Just Tell Me This
    How DiD You Get A HeadSet To Work
  5. nickswitz

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    I believe he is using a Jawbone Icon, which has the ability to be set up as an A2DP bluetooth, which is awesome, and that's how it works with the iPod Touch.
  6. IphoneU

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    Unforgetting the forgotten Jawbone

    Unplug the Jawbone from your computer. Turn the Jawbone off. With the switch off, press and hold the talk button. While holding the talk button down, turn Jawbone back on -- it will flash red and white while search for the pairing. Simple, eh?
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    Try the Jawbone website to reset the bluetooth device

    I just went through the same drill (reset the iPhone & reset the Jawbone Icon) with no luck. Then I plugged plugged my Jawbone into my computer and changed some setting via Jawbone's "MyTalk" website, and then the iPhone once again recognized the Jawbone

    http://mytalk.jawbone.com/jb2/mytalk/main

    Advanced settings

    Changed Jawbone name

    Connections: Removed iPhone

    Hope this helps.

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