Tip & How-To about Apple iPhone 3G

Bluetooth StatusThe Bluetooth icon appears in the iPhone status bar at the top of the screen: (blue) or (white): Bluetooth is on and a device is connected to iPhone. (The color depends on the current color of the status bar.) (gray): Bluetooth is on but no device is connected. If you?ve paired a device with iPhone, it may be out of range or turned off. No Bluetooth icon: Bluetooth is turned off.

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my hotspot on my iphone5 doesn't show icon for it anymore


if you are talking about turning on the personal hotspot, that is in settings. It is the 5th icon from the top. If you are talking about the two interlinked oval icon showing you that you have the personal hotspot active, you'll see that on the status bar at the top next to your 4g or LTE symbol when you are on the lock screen. If you are in your phone your status bar should be blue with the words "personal hotspot. 1 connection" or how many ever connection you have. If you are using a device to connect to your phones personal hotspot you'll get the interlinked oval icon in the top left corner.

Jul 26, 2013 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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How do I pair a RocketScience Tracer bluetooth?


    • 1How to Pair a Bluetooth Device With an iPhone On the iPhone, click on the "Settings" icon. It looks like a gear. Then press on the "General" button. Select "Bluetooth" and then "Turn Bluetooth On." The phone is now ready to be connected to the Bluetooth device.
    • 2 Connect the iPhone Bluetooth travel cable that comes with the iPhone-approved Bluetooth device into the USB 2.0 port on the computer. Do not plug it into the USB port on the keyboard.
    • 3 Connect the iPhone to the other end of the cable. The cable goes into the data connection slot on the bottom of the iPhone. There is another slot on the top of the cable into which the Bluetooth device should be plugged in.
    • 4 Wait while the computer loads to recognize there is something plugged into it. Either a screen will pop up or an icon will appear on the desktop to let you know that the computer is recognizing there is a iPhone plugged into it.
    • 5 Let the Bluetooth device charge with the iPhone for about one hour. You can tell when the device is fully charged by viewing the status light on the device. It will be an amber color until it charges completely. Once the charge completes, it will turn green.
    • 6 Remove the Bluetooth device and the iPhone from the cable that is plugged into the computer's USB port. Push the button on the top of the Bluetooth device. This allows the calls to now go through the Bluetooth device instead of straight to the iPhone.

Jan 02, 2012 | Apple iPhone 3G

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Hi I have an iPhone 4 and jabra bt3030 worked perfect on my iPhone but in my iPhone I tap forget this device and the device was gone! now I can't find it again! what should I do?


    • 1. Hold the "Answer/End" button on your Jabra Bluetooth headset down until the LED light on the headset turns solid blue. It is the button that has an image of a telephone on it.
    • 2. Click on the "Settings" icon from the main screen of your iPhone.
    • 3. Click on "General" in your iPhone's "Settings" menu.
    • 4. Click on "Bluetooth" to access your iPhone's Bluetooth menu and then click the option to turn on your iPhone's Bluetooth connection. Once your iPhone's Bluetooth is turned on, it will search for available Bluetooth devices.
    • 5. Select your Jabra headset by clicking on the icon that appears on your iPhone's screen.
    • 6. Enter the passkey for your Jabra Bluetooth headset. The default passkey on Jabra headsets is "0000."
    • 7. Click on OK on your iPhone

Sep 13, 2011 | Jabra BT3030 Wireless Headset

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Connect to iPhone 4


Hold the "Answer/End" button on your Jabra Bluetooth headset down until the LED light on the headset turns solid blue. The location of the button may vary based on which headset you have, but its appearance will be the same; it is the button that has an image of a telephone on it.


Click on the "Settings" icon from the main screen of your iPhone 4 .

Click on "General" in your iPhone's "Settings" menu.


Click on "Bluetooth" to access your iPhone's Bluetooth menu and then click the option to turn on your iPhone's Bluetooth connection. Once your iPhone's Bluetooth is turned on, it will search for available Bluetooth devices.


Select your Jabra headset by clicking on the icon that appears on your iPhone's screen.


Enter the passkey for your Jabra Bluetooth headset. The default passkey on Jabra headsets is "0000."


Click on "OK" on your iPhone 4 to complete the connection to your Jabra headset.

Tips & Warnings



The LED light on your headset must be solid blue to pair to your iPhone. A flashing light indicates your headset is not yet in pairing mode and your iPhone will not be able to connect to the headset.

Having your iPhone 4 Bluetooth turned on will drain your phone battery faster than normal.

Apr 13, 2011 | Jabra Bluetooth Headset - BT2070

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