I have a Navman S90i and have connected via bluetooth my mobile, although I can hear callers well, they can barely hear me. I rang Navman who suggested a software update but this has made little or no difference, do I need an external microphone or is there something I am missing?
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Its true that you cannot connect your iPhone to other mobile phones. Ive even heard you cant connect the iphone to a macbook via bluetooth.
You can connect your iPhone to headsets, handfrees, speakers etc via Bluetooth.
Hi, a blue tooth device would allow you to hear and speak through it so it should solve your problem.
the only problem you may have is if the water damage has causes damage to bluetooth inside the phone, try choosing bluetooth on your phone and see if you can still do a search and connect with another phone, if you can still connect to another phone to say send music or picture via bluetooth then this would suggest your bluetooth is fine and using a bluetooth head set will solve your problem and allow you to use your phone again.
if you cant connect to another phone via bluetooth then the chances are it wont pick up the bluetooth head set and you would be no better off
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
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I've got MY65T working on an iPhone 3GS. I previously had the problem where it would pair and retrieve phone book, but not transmit or receive voice from my iPhone when making a call.
The last thing I did that fixed it was to remove the bluetooth pairings and "reinstall software on your navman". I don't know if this may remove some of your settings / POI / etc. This was a new purchase so I didn't have anything to lose.
Before doing this I had upgraded the navdesk software to 7.30, and installed the latest firmware for MY65T. Firmware is located at http://www.navmansupport.com.au/Software/My%20Series/MY65T/MY250___352.htm
Details: -remove the phone bluetooth pairing from the Navman from Settings / Bluetooth / My Paired Devices / [your phone] / delete -remove the bluetooth pairing from your phone's settings -connect navman to PC and launch navdesk -click "My Navman" / "Reinstall software on your Navman" -download the install file if prompted -accept the reinstallation prompts and complete reinstallation -set your phone to discoverable over bluetooth (just keep it on the Bluetooth settings screen on iPhone) -go to Settings / Bluetooth /" Search new devices" on your Navman -click your phone's name on the navman's discovered devices -enter the PIN onto your phone when prompted and accept the pairing. This takes a little while. -test handsfree!
Your handset thinks that you have headphones connected.
Make sure there is nothing stuck in the headset connector port, and make sure it is clean.
If thats not the problem, then it may be cured via a software upgrade or it may need a hardware repair.
Either way your gonna have to take it to a shop to be done, unless youve got the required equipment to hand.
Do u power on the Bluetooth... if not then u can't connect any device via bluetooth... Turn on the Bluetooth by Selecting Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Bluetooth link now, select Set up >Power Click on Change Button and select On go back and select hands free then click [look for devices] it will search for the device...
From another mobile send a file via bluetooth by powering on the bluetooth. in Motorola copy or move will send the file via bluetooth.
Contact me if any problem persist at email@example.com ... Thank you!
The N95 is a fairly new phone and the S50 was only launched on the market in 2007. That phone is not listed as being compatible on the Navman website. Try and see if there are any updates via Nokia. Otherwise the 2 are just not compatible and there is no solution. Each company can alter the bluetooth settings, some companies use a standard connections and others a more complex connection.