How to Reset My BlueAnt Headset to Pair

By Tyson Cliffton

BlueAnt Bluetooth headsets help you stay connected when you're on the move. The headsets allow you to make and take phone calls, and stream music, driving directions or send text messages, depending on the device you're using it with. If you haven't paired your BlueAnt headset with a device, it goes into pairing mode automatically when you turn it on, but if you want to pair it with additional devices, you'll need to use the device's Multi Function Button (MFB) to put the device in pairing mode and make it discoverable.

T1

Step 1

Disable Bluetooth or power down any devices the T1 is currently paired with.

Step 2

Turn on the BlueAnt T1 and listen to make sure the headset doesn't announce that it's connected to any devices. If the headset does connect to nearby Bluetooth devices, temporarily turn off the Bluetooth feature on those devices.

Step 3

Place the Bluetooth headset in your ear and then hold down the Multi-Function Button (MFB) along the edge of the device until the device announces that it's in pairing mode, making the headset visible to other devices. The MFB is a horizontal bar located on the opposite side of the ear piece, behind the indicator light.

Q2 and Q3

Step 1

Turn on your BlueAnt Q2 or Q3.

Step 2

Place the Bluetooth headset in your ear and then hold down the MFB along the edge of the device until the device prompts you to say a command. The MFB is a horizontal bar located on the opposite side of the ear piece, behind the indicator light.

Step 3

Say "Pair me" to put the device in pairing mode, making it visible to other devices.