Connecting a windows htc6 to a nolia 610 hands free kit
I have a windows HTC6, i also have a nokia 610 hands free kit fitted in my car. i want to connect via remote sim, i know how to establish blue tooth connection and can pair both devises, but cant get remote sim to work. even when i have switch it on on the htc unit. can you help??
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You need to put your hands free device into pairing mode this is usually done by turning the power on and keeping the power button pressed in for about 10 seconds after the power has come on. Then you should get a solid LED light up, (depends on device)
On the phone go into
2 Wireless and Networks
3 Bluetooth Settings
4 Turn on Bluetooth
5 Scan for devices
The name of your hands free kit should appear, select this and the phone will ask if you want to pair with the device, confirm this. You probably will get asked for a passkey or password this is usually four zeros or 1,2,3,4. enter this and confirm. Your device should now be paired and each time you want to use it just turn on your handset Bluetooth then your hands free device and your good to go.
Nokia 3230.This is a very good phone.As far as your problem of the battery getting drained off is concerned,I would suggest you to purchase an original battery from your nearest Nolia priority dealer with Bill and warranty.
I guess this will surely help you out.because currently one gets a lot of varieties of batteries and spares available in the market ,but htey are all of no use,.
Just opt for Nokia branded genuine spares and parts.
Good luck !
Please try connecting your phone to a different USB port other than the one which you use normally. If the issue is the same then try connecting it to another PC if you still face the problem then it is a hardware issue.Either your phone or the USB cable is gone bad.So replace the USB cable first with a new one and then try connecting.If the issue is till the same then it is your phone and you will have to get it repaired or get it replaced if it is under warranty.