Hi, I have a KD-AVX33 which i bought in JAN 08 which I use with my HTC TOUCH. All has been working for a while until last week when I have not been able to synch my phonebook , received calls , sent calls with the KD-AVX33.
So i though I would disconnect and connect my registered bluetooth device (HTC TOUCH) from the KD-AVX33 , whenever i did this the phonebook would be available immediately but then when i switched off the KD-AVX33 unit , phonebook would still not be displayed even though I can make calls etc..
I decided to delete my existing pairing setting for the HTC TOUCH and try to perform a new pairing. Now the problem is that i does find the HTC TOUCH device it does able to connect with message "Connected 6"...(no idea why there is a 6) but the "NEW DEVICE" logon still keeps being displayed on the Bluetooth Phone and Bluetooth Audio sections even after being paired . Also when I go on the bluetooth settings even although having been theoricatically paired am unable to perform Connect / Disconnect as it is not enabled.(greyed)
Then whenever i turn off the KD-AVX33 unit and turn it back on again , it cann't detect my bluetooth enabled HTC TOUCH , i need to reperform the pairing. I tried doing a reset by clicking on the reset button but it didnt help either .
Would any of you have an idea what could be wrong ? And how to reset the KD-AVX33 to factory settings ...like reformatting the unit to new?
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you need to make sure both the Kenwood and the LG have bluetooth enabled. Then you pair the two using the pairing function in the LG. Hopefully this should enable you to play music from LG on Kenwood and also receive calls. As you have not provided any model numbers it is difficult to say whether the phone and your Kenwood audio systems are compatible.
Best to go to this website and select the correct model numbers and find out which features in your LG phone will work with your kenwood.
Do you have a Bluetooth adapter plugged into the KD-R330?
A compatible Bluetooth adapter (like the KS-BTA100) usually plugs into the rear auxiliary port of the receiver. It then needs to be "paired" with your Bluetooth device, for example, a Bluetooth phone headset.
What you're describing sounds like what can when no Bluetooth device has been "paired" yet.
If you don't HAVE a Bluetooth adapter connected to your KD-R330....is it possible you accidentally plugged something into its rear auxiliary jack? Or the front auxiliary? In other words, is it possible your KD-R330 receiver is mistaking some other device for a Bluetooth adapter?
Don't know if that helps at all...if there's no adapter issue, and nothing connected to the AUX jacks, probably your next step should be a call to JVC, or whatever number you were given for tech support.
On the bright side, since the receiver turns on, and responds to some commands, you probably didn't mess up anything major in the wiring. And, there's also the possibility the receiver is defective....certainly if this continues, and JVC can't help you, trying a replacement might be worth a try.
BTW, feel free to post a reply...I'm going to look further to see if there's any other documented issue besides an adapter that might cause the problem you're having.
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