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Re: blue tooth connectivete problem
I would try shutting the phone off. Then, remove the battery for a few seconds. Put everything back on, and turn on the device. This is a known bug with many SE phones. IF possible, I would also try to update your firmware.
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AAAAAAAAA i dont know ^_^ but... theres 1 solution !! if ur laptop/pc have bluetooth device so open ur mob bluetooth and ur laptop/pc bluetooth and try to catch ur mob blue tooth from your pc/laptop ! this will resolve your problem ! hope i guess
first thing make sure your blue tooth is fully charge and on. Then go into menu go to setting find blue tooth setting go in there make sure your phone is set on enable blue tooth then turn on searching then it should pull all the blue tooth signals that are around the phone then just select the bluetooth device
Strangely enough I went to the website where I purchased the blue tooth. It recommended holding down the button for 8 seconds as opposed to the 3 or 4 listed in the manufacturer's instructions. When I did this it found my phone. The pairing worked fine and now so does the blue tooth.