How to pair bluetooth headset with Windows Phone?

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How do I pair a Bluetooth headset with Windows Phone 8?

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jimlynch
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Pair my phone with a Bluetooth accessory
http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/how-to/wp7/start/pair-phone-with-a-blu...

"You can pair your phone with a variety of Bluetooth accessories, such as headsets, car kits, or speakers. One of the most common types is a Bluetooth headset for making hands-free calls."

rcook12
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Choose SETTINGS in the app list, then select BLUETOOTH and turn ON. If you are having trouble connecting after you have made sure that Bluetooth is turned on, it could be a compatability issue. Not all Bluetooth devices/versions are supported by Windows Phone (or other OSes for that matter). 

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