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Blackberry 8310 Bluetooth device no services

Hi, Have a blackberry 8310 that was working with my bluetooth car kit. No it will pair and says connected, but is not working. When I check Bluetooth device options, there are items listed in the services, but when I check the paired device properties there are no items listed in the services so i suspect tis is the problem. How do I get them back! all other phones i tried work in the car.

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Jim

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  • George Mc77 Oct 24, 2008

    Hi, I have a blackberry 8310 that won't allow bluetooth transfers. It will pair and says connected, but is not working. When I check Bluetooth device options, there are items listed in the services, but when I check the paired device properties there are no items listed in the services so i suspect tis is the problem. How do I get this to work ??

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2009

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I just experieiced this for the second time on my 8320 using a plantronics 510 bluetooth. The solution was to take the battery adn SIM card out of the phoine and leave it out for a full minute. It appears that the phone needs to be rebooted once in a while. I suspect Bill Gates designed some of the internal code.

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