I have my own type of mp3 that t you have, when i choose my the bluetooth option i can see (version 3.06)
i dont you have problem with that,i think the only solution for that is to try to upgrade the firmware.
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1. go into your settings on your ipod and click on the bluetooth section so that it is open.
2. on your HEADPHONES press whatever button to start syncing the bluetooth(it will most likely start flashing blue or w.e color)
3. go back to your ipod, the device will show up in the list of avaliable devices, press it, connect it, there you go!
If the Plantronics headset was working before, an
unintentional change in settings may have resulted in the headset not
pairing. Access the Audio Device Settings menu in Settings, and restore
the default settings for headsets.
Resetting the connection between the headset and PS3 may
solve the pairing issue. USB headsets only need to be connected to a USB
port to be paired. A Bluetooth headset must go through the pairing
process (see Resources).
If you're using a Bluetooth headset, confirm that it has
fresh batteries and is receiving power. If possible, sync the headset
with a cell phone or another PS3 to confirm that it works.
In the Bluetooth Settings menu, go to "Stereo Headset" option, and see if you have any luck - make sure the headphones are connected to the Samsung, since the Samsung uses the headphones as antenna to get any kind of station reception.
If you access the settings menu on the player, you'll see the bluetooth settings. You'll need to turn on the bluetooth radio. Then on your bluetooth device you'll need to activate the "pairing" sequence. With both devices set to "pairing", look back on the player and check to see if it found the receiver in the bluetooth settings. You'll probably be asked to input a passkey. If the device doesn't require a passkey, then just accept and start playing music.
If you need more specific instructions, let me know and also include what device you are trying to pair with. I'll walk you through it.
Using bluetooth is a very effective way, If you have an Apple is should be easy. First you go to your Setting and Tools on your phone. Go to the Bluetooth Menu. Click "Turn On" then go to the Options Menu and click discovery mode and turn that on (this will only stay on for one minute before turning off, make sure it stays on by going back adn turning it back on as you complete the next step). Then with you Apple go to system preferences. Then to Bluetooth. Then to Set Up Device. After that it will take you through an on screen menu for setting up your device which will aks you questions about what you are doing. After this click Browse device on the Apple's bluetooth menu. Then click on what ever your phone is on the list of devices, if you don't use bluetooth it should be the only selection. Select it and a new window will open. Click "Send", and your computer will aks you to select a file location to send, find your music, then click a song, and send it. It will ask you on ur phone if you want to accept this, select yes. It should take around 5-10 minutes per song. But once that is done the sogn will be on your bluetooth inbox which is under bluetooth options. The jsut move the song from there to a sound and you can listen to it at relatively good quality. This whole process only needs to be done once for you to upload as many songs as you choose. It shopuld take about 5 minhutes for the process, the another 5 minutes per song. Thank You.