The method you use depends on the type of OTE3 headset you use.Return to the Start screen on your Windows 8.1 computer and press Windows-C to open the Charms menu. Pairing Your Headset With a Mobile DeviceWhether you use an Android, iOS or Windows Phone mobile device, the basics of pairing a wireless headset are the same. This signifies that it is in pairing mode.StepSelect the «Scan For Devices» option on your phone to begin searching for the headset. Select the Jabra OTE3 on the list of available Bluetooth devices and then click the associated Pair button to finish pairing the the headset with your computer. The very first time you turn the headset on, it will be ready to pair to your phone. You should see the LED light change from flashing, to a solid color.
Once done, your headset is paired and ready to use. By Andrew Tennyson Pair your Jabra OTE3-format headset with other Bluetooth-enabled devices to tap into the headset’s wireless capabilities. Using your Jabra Bluetooth headset can make your life much easier. From this menu, turn the Bluetooth connectivity on.StepWhile the headset is still off, press and hold down the answer call button for approximately five seconds. Connecting it to your phone for the first time is extremely easy.
Open the Settings app on your mobile device and tap Bluetooth to launch the Bluetooth settings panel. The headset will not function while it is plugged in.StepAccess your connection settings on your phone, and look for the Bluetooth option. Hold down the Power button or press the Multifunction button on the headset to set it to discoverable mode. Consult your manual or Jabra’s online Pairing Guide for more information about making your specific Jabra OTE3-format headset discoverable. The name of your headset should show up under the results screen.StepSelect the Jabra Bluetooth headset from the results, and follow the prompts on the phone to connect. If a PIN code is required, type «0000» into the field. When you turn Bluetooth on, your smartphone or tablet immediately begins scanning for compatible Bluetooth devices within range.