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Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset

BH-505

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Hereby, NOKIA CORPORATION declares improvements to any of the products
that this BH-505 product is in compliance described in this document without prior
with the essential requirements and other notice.
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/ Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
EC. A copy of the Declaration of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
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Introduction
With the Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology
Headset BH-505, you can make and Bluetooth wireless technology
answer calls hands-free with your allows you to connect compatible
compatible mobile device. You can devices without cables. The headset
also listen to music from a and the other device do not need to
compatible music player. be in line of sight, but they should
Read this user guide carefully before be within 10 metres (33 feet) of
using the headset. Also, read the each other. Connections may be
user guide for the device that you subject to interference from
connect to the headset. obstructions, such as walls, or other
This product may contain small electronic devices.
parts. Keep them out of the reach of The headset is compliant with the
small children. Bluetooth Specification 2.1 + EDR
Note: The surface of this supporting the following profiles:
device does not contain Headset Profile 1.1, Hands-Free
nickel in the platings. The Profile (HFP) 1.5, Advanced Audio
surface of this device Distribution Profile (A2DP) 1.2, and
contains stainless steel. Audio Video Remote Control Profile
1.0. Check with the manufacturers

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of other devices to determine their
compatibility with this device.

Get started
The headset contains the following Charge the battery
parts shown on the title page: Before charging the battery,
indicator light (1), cover of the carefully read “Battery and charger
charger connector (2), power key information”.
(3), answer/end key (4), earplugs (5),
Warning: Use only
volume key (6), rewind/fast-forward
chargers approved by
key (7), microphone (8), and play/
Nokia for use with this
pause key (9). particular model. The use
Before using the headset, you must of any other types may
charge the battery and pair the invalidate any approval
headset with a compatible device. or warranty, and may
Parts of the device are magnetic. be dangerous. Use of
Metallic materials may be attracted unapproved chargers may
to the device. Do not place credit present a risk of fire,
cards or other magnetic storage explosion, or other hazard.
media near the device, because When you disconnect the power
information stored on them may be cord of any accessory, grasp and pull
erased. the plug, not the cord.

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1. Connect the charger to a wall mobile device. If the indicator light
outlet. is green, the charge level is
2. Lift the cover of the charger sufficient. If the light is yellow, you
connector from the edge, and may need to recharge the battery
connect the charger cable to the soon. If the light is red, recharge the
connector. The red indicator light battery.
is displayed during charging. When the battery charge is low, the
Charging the battery fully may headset beeps every 5 minutes and
take up to 2 hours. the red indicator light flashes.
3. When the battery is fully Switch on or off
charged, the green indicator
light is displayed. Disconnect the To switch on, press and hold the
charger from the headset, then power key for about 5 seconds. The
from the wall outlet. Press the headset beeps, and the green
cover on the charger connector. indicator light flashes slowly while
the headset tries to connect to a last
The fully charged battery has power used device that supports the HFP
for up to 12 hours of talk time, up to Bluetooth profile. When the headset
375 hours of standby time, or up to is connected to a device and is ready
10 hours of music playing time. for use, the blue indicator light
To check the battery charge when flashes slowly. If the headset has not
the headset is not connected to a been paired with a device, it
charger, press the power key when automatically enters pairing mode.
the headset is connected to a

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To switch off, press and hold the disconnect the headset from it
power key for about 2 seconds. The before pairing the headset with the
headset beeps, and the red indicator music player.
light is briefly displayed. If the To pair and connect the headset to
headset is not connected to a device your device if the device supports
within about 30 minutes, it the Near Field Communication
switches off automatically. (NFC) feature, activate the feature,
Pair and connect the headset and use your device to touch the
area shown in figure 10 at the start
Before using the headset, you must of this guide. For details on NFC, see
pair and connect it to a compatible the user guide of your device.
device.
To pair and connect the headset to
If your mobile device supports the your device if the device does not
A2DP Bluetooth profile and has a support NFC:
music player feature, you can use
the device to also play music 1. Ensure that your mobile device
through the headset. or music player is switched on
and the headset is off.
If your mobile device does not
support the A2DP profile, you can 2. If the headset has not been
separately pair the headset with the previously paired with a device,
mobile device and a music player switch on the headset. The
that supports this profile. If you headset enters pairing mode, and
have paired and connected the the blue indicator light starts to
headset to your mobile device, flash quickly.

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If the headset has been When the headset is connected to
previously paired with a device, your device and is ready for use, the
ensure that the headset is blue indicator light flashes slowly.
switched off, and press and hold You can pair the headset with up to
the power key (for about 8 eight devices but connect it to only
seconds) until the blue indicator one device supporting the HFP
light starts to flash quickly. profile and another device
3. Within about 3 minutes, activate supporting the A2DP profile at a
the Bluetooth feature on your time.
device, and set it to search for To manually connect the headset to
Bluetooth devices. For details, a last used device that supports the
see the user guide of your device. HFP profile (for example, after
4. Select the headset from the list connection loss), switch the headset
of found devices. off and on, or press and hold the
5. If necessary, enter the passcode answer/end key for about 2 seconds.
0000 to pair and connect the To manually connect the headset to
headset to your device. If your a last used device that supports the
device does not have a keypad, it A2DP profile, press the play/pause
may use this passcode by default. key.
In some devices, you may need to You may be able to set your device
make the connection separately so that the headset connects to it
after pairing. automatically. To activate this
feature in a Nokia device, change

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the paired device settings in the
Bluetooth menu.

Basic use
Change the earplugs the pad that has the answer/end key
The headset may be provided with on the right ear.
different sized earplugs and Gently insert the earplugs into your
earpads. Select the earplugs or ears.
earpads that fit the best and are the Warning: When you use
most comfortable for your ears. the headset, your ability to
To change the current earplugs, pull hear outside sounds may
them from the earpieces, and push be affected. Do not use the
headset where it can
the new earplugs or earpads into
endanger your safety.
place.
Adjust the volume
Wear the headset
To adjust the headset volume, slide
Place the headset behind your head
the volume key up or down when
so that the speaker pads rest
the headset is connected to a
comfortably on your ears (11).
device. To adjust the volume quickly,
Place the speaker pad that has the slide and hold the key.
play/pause key on the left ear and

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You can also adjust the headset To mute or unmute the microphone
volume on the connected A2DP during a call, press the play/pause
device if it supports this feature. key. The headset beeps.
Calls To switch a call from the headset to
a compatible mobile device, press
To make a call, use your mobile and hold the answer/end key for
device in the normal way when the about 2 seconds, or switch off the
headset is connected to it. headset. To switch the call back to
To redial the number you last called the headset, press and hold the
(if your mobile device supports this answer/end key for about 2 seconds,
feature with the headset), when no or switch on the headset.
call is in progress, press the answer/
end key twice. Listen to music
To activate voice dialling (if your To listen to music, connect the
mobile device supports this feature headset to a compatible music
with the headset), when no call is in player that supports the A2DP
progress, press and hold the answer/ Bluetooth profile.
end key for about 2 seconds. The available music functions
Proceed as described in the user depend on your music player.
guide of the mobile device. If you receive or make a call while
To answer or end a call, press the listening to music, the music is
answer/end key. To reject a call, paused until you end the call.
press this key twice.

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Warning: Continuous are cleared, the headset enters
exposure to high volume pairing mode.
may damage your hearing.
To reset the headset if it stops
Listen to music at a
functioning, even though it is
moderate level.
charged, connect the headset to a
To play a song, select it in the music charger while you press and hold
player, and press the play/pause key. the power key.
To pause or resume playing, press
the play/pause key. To stop playing, Troubleshooting
press and hold this key. If you cannot connect the headset
To select the next song during to your compatible device, check
playback, slide the rewind/fast- that the headset is charged,
forward key up. To select the switched on, and paired with the
previous song, slide this key down device.
twice. To scroll through the current
song quickly, slide and hold the key.
Clear settings or reset
To clear the volume and pairing
settings from the headset, press and
hold the power key and the answer/
end key (for about 5 seconds) until
the red and green indicator lights
start to alternate. After the settings

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Battery and charger information
This device has an internal, completely discharged, it may take
nonremovable, rechargeable battery. several minutes before the charging
Do not attempt to remove the battery indicator light is displayed.
from the device as you may damage Unplug the charger from the electrical
the device. This device is intended for plug and the device when not in use.
use when supplied with power from Do not leave a fully charged battery
the following chargers: AC-3, AC-4, connected to a charger, since
and DC-4. The exact charger model overcharging may shorten its lifetime.
number may vary depending on the If left unused, a fully charged battery
type of plug. The plug variant is will lose its charge over time.
identified by one of the following: E,
Always try to keep the battery between
EB, X, AR, U, A,C, K, or UB. The battery
15°C and 25°C (59°F and 77°F).
can be charged and discharged
Extreme temperatures reduce the
hundreds of times, but it will
capacity and lifetime of the battery.
eventually wear out. Recharge your
A device with a hot or cold battery
battery only with Nokia approved
may not work temporarily. Battery
chargers designated for this device.
performance is particularly limited in
If a battery is being used for the first temperatures well below freezing.
time or if the battery has not been used
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as
for a prolonged period, it may be
they may explode. Dispose of batteries
necessary to connect the charger, then
according to local regulations. Please
disconnect and reconnect it to begin
recycle when possible. Do not dispose
charging the battery. If the battery is
as household waste.

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Never use any charger that is damaged. selected, device features being used (or
Operating times are estimates only. running in the background), battery
Actual performance depends on many condition and ambient temperature.
factors such as device settings

Taking care of your device


Your device is a product of superior temperatures can shorten the life
design and craftsmanship and should of electronic devices, damage
be treated with care. The following batteries, and warp or melt certain
suggestions will help you protect your plastics. When the device warms to
warranty coverage. its normal temperature from a cold
• Keep the device dry. Precipitation, temperature, moisture can form
humidity, and all types of liquids or inside the device and damage
moisture can contain minerals that electronic circuit boards.
will corrode electronic circuits. If • Do not attempt to open the device.
your device does get wet, allow it to • Do not drop, knock, or shake the
dry completely. device. Rough handling can break
• Do not use or store the device in internal circuit boards and fine
dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts mechanics.
and electronic components can be • Do not use harsh chemicals,
damaged. cleaning solvents, or strong
• Do not store the device in high or detergents to clean the device. Only
cold temperature. High

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use a soft, clean, dry cloth to clean The crossed-out wheeled-bin
the surface of the device. symbol on your product,
• Do not paint the device. Paint can battery, literature, or
clog the moving parts and prevent packaging reminds you that
proper operation. all electrical and electronic
products, batteries, and
These suggestions apply equally to
accumulators must be taken
your device, charger, or any accessory.
to separate collection at the
Recycle end of their working life. This
Always return your used electronic requirement applies in the
products, batteries, and packaging European Union. Do not
materials to dedicated collection dispose of these products as
points. This way you help prevent unsorted municipal waste.
uncontrolled waste disposal and For more environmental
promote the recycling of materials. information, see the product
Check product environmental Eco-Declarations at
information and how to recycle your www.nokia.com/environment.
Nokia products at www.nokia.com/
werecycle, or nokia.mobi/werecycle.

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