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Bluetooth Connection issues

Cannot connect to other Bluetooth devices. If I turn on "Find Me" other phones can find me. The only option for finding other devices listed is Handsfree, using this option no other devices detected.

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I have a W385 and I am trying to connect to my bluetooth, it bonds but when seeking I get a message stating unable to connect, what's the problem? can anyone help me?

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I have also had this problem, i have found that if i get the person to send me something first, there name will appear on the list of bluetooth list, when trying to send them something all you then have to do is click on there bluetooth name and it tends to connect. hope this helps.

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How should i send or receive data from other mobile.


  1. Use a cellphone with Bluetooth (wireless connection), or even a USB connection (which is a computer port). These are all good ways to communicate with other devices.
  2. If your computer does not have the hardware for a Bluetooth connection, then buy the adaptor, sometimes called a 'dongle'. The adapter plugs into a USB port. It will be quite cheap, something like 10 to 20 American dollars. This adapter will have software for the connection process, which lets you transfer files from the computer to your phone, and the other way around.
  3. Make sure your computer is equipped with Bluetooth technology (either integrated into the machine or a USB dongle) and active.
  4. Turn on Bluetooth on your mobile device.
  5. Turn on your phone and go into 'Settings' in the Main Menu
  6. Keep going down until you find 'Bluetooth' (Sometimes it may be under 'Connectivity)
  7. Click on it and find 'Turn Bluetooth on' (or something similar) and press 'On'. You can now send and receive files. Once you receive a file, it will most likely be under 'Received Files'. This option can often be found in the Settings or Connectivity menu of your phone.
  8. Pair your computer with your mobile device by making both devices discoverable (also known as visible or unhidden) in the Bluetooth options. Once both are visible, search for Bluetooth devices on your mobile phone
  9. Locate the name of your computer in the results list and select it.
  10. Enter a 4 to 8 digit passcode of your own choosing and press continue.
  11. Once your devices are paired, you can send and receive files.
  12. There are several methods to send a file to your mobile device. One method is to copy the file from your computer, navigate to your mobile device (often found in My Computer or My Bluetooth Places) and then paste the file to the phone. Another option is to right-click on the desired file and select Send To --> Bluetooth Device --> (mobile phone's name).
  13. While the file is being transferred, you should see a progress bar on your computer and/or phone. Once the file is finished transferring, a message stating such should show up on your device's screen.
  14. Find the transferred file on your mobile phone by using the phone's built-in file explorer.

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Turn Bluetooth ON or OFF on BB RIM:
1. From the Home screen, press Menu.
2. Click Options.
3. Click Bluetooth.
4. Press the Menu key.
5. Click Options.
6. Set LED Connection Indicator to On or Off.
7. Press Menu.
8. Click Save.

Using the other phone, or other device, search for the available Bluetooth device in range. The BB should be detected or found. Then, pair the two devices and connect. Once the two devices are connected, select a song from the source device, and find the option to send the song via Bluetooth.

Thank you!

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Could not found the bluetooth connection or device


Make sure you have every driver for your laptop loaded. Then let's suppose you want to connect your phone to the laptop bluetooth: Turn on the bluetooth in your mobile and make it visible to the other bluetooth device then only your handphone will detect the other bluetooth device and viceversa. Most of the recent notebooks are having bluetooth enabled but in some notebooks we need to turn on the bluetooth by using the buttons which indicated as bluetooth. Once you turn on then get into your computer running windows vista type this following command in the search box or in the run box "ncpa.cpl" it will take you to the network connection window [you can even use control panel option to reach the network options]. In that window where you find the bluetooth connection.Click the icon first and look it on the top of the window where you can see an option "Connect the the bluetooth"click it then you need to add the bluetooth device click add. It will find your hand phone then it will ask the passpharse key you can create one and then your handphone alert you to type the same key that u given in the notebook.Once it matched it will connect automatically. Later type bluetooth in the search option where you will get an option as Bluetooth(Transfer files wizard) . Click it then you receive or send the file via bluetooth between your notebook and handphone. Hope it helped.

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I've a problem in connection between this device and my Compaq Labtop. I'm coding a model based on this hardware but i have a problem in connection to trace a pen moving


Turn on the bluetooth in your mobile and make it visible to the other bluetooth device then only your handphone will detect the other bluetooth device and viceversa. Most of the recent notebooks are having bluetooth enabled but in some notebooks we need to turn on the bluetooth by using the buttons which indicated as bluetooth. Once you turn on then get into your computer running windows vista type this following command in the search box or in the run box "ncpa.cpl" it will take you to the network connection window. In that window where you find the bluetooth connection.Click the icon first and look it on the top of the window where you can see an option "Connect the the bluetooth"click it then you need to add the bluetooth device click add. It will find your hand phone then it will ask the passpharse key you can create one and then your handphone alert you to type the same key that u given in the notebook.Once it matched it will connect automatically. Later type bluetooth in the search option where you will get an option as Bluetooth(Transfer files wizard) . Click it then you receive or send the file via bluetooth between your notebook and handphone.

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How to connect blue tooth from pc to samsung cameramobile?


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While the specific user interfaces implemented by manufacturers may differ from device to device, there are still some very basic steps to go through in connecting two devices for the first time. Users should always conduct the pairing process in a secure environment.

Charge the Devices
If the devices are new Bluetooth devices, often they must be charged before they can connect or turn on. This is particularly true of new Bluetooth headsets, which must be charged before use.
Power Up the Devices
Power up the devices you are trying to pair. With some devices, like Bluetooth wireless headsets, powering up the device also initiates the pairing process.
Turn the Bluetooth Functionality On
The Bluetooth functionality in a device may or may not be turned on when you receive the device. For many computers, users will need to turn the Bluetooth radio on from the control panel or system preferences.
Make the Devices Visible
As a security measure, some devices allow the Bluetooth functionality to be off, hidden, or visible. When trying to connect devices, users should make the devices visible so the devices can discover one another. After the devices are paired, users can set the devices to hidden if they have concerns about their devices being discovered by others.
Place Both Devices in the Connection Mode
After both devices are charged, powered up, and the Bluetooth functionality is turned on, each device needs to initiate a communication session. Typically, in a connection between two devices, one device acts as the “host” and the other device acts as the ”guest.” The device in the host role is the one with the user interface from which most of the connection setup will take place. A device can be in the host role with one device and in the guest role with another device. For example, in a phone and wireless headset pairing, the phone is the host. However, in a phone and laptop pairing, the laptop is the host.
Enter the Passcode
After the two devices have discovered one another, the user will be asked to enter in a passcode in one if not both of the devices. In some cases, like with wireless headsets, the passcode is a fixed passcode assigned to the headset by the manufacturer. In those cases, the user enters the assigned passcode into the host device. The user will find this passcode in the user manual. In other cases, the user will be able to enter in his/her own passcode. In these cases, the user will enter the passcode once into each device. It is highly recommended that users employ an eight character alphanumeric passcode for the one-time pairing process. After the passcode is entered, the devices will validate one another and complete the establishment of a trusted connection.

Deleting or Disconnecting Trusted Devices
When should a user delete or disconnect a trusted device? If one of your Bluetooth enabled devices is lost or stolen, you should unpair that device with all the devices to which it was previously paired.
How do you unpair or delete a trusted device? For devices like a mobile phone or computer, the user should go into the device connectivity settings and find the list of trusted devices. The user should then have the option of adding a new device or deleting a trusted device. Highlight the device you want to delete and push the delete button. A device like a keyboard or mouse, which only has a button or switch as a user interface, can only connect to one device at a time. To delete its previous trusted device, the mouse or keyboard just needs to be connected to a new device

Or you can try this:

Bluetooth Mobile Phone to Bluetooth Personal Computer
  1. Power up both the mobile phone and the personal computer.
  2. On the PC, open up the control panel and find the Bluetooth Device Wizard. This will assist the user in setting up a Bluetooth connection between the PC and trusted devices.
  3. Ensure the Bluetooth connectivity is turned on in the PC.
  4. Find the connectivity settings of the phone. Make sure Bluetooth connectivity is on and visible.
  5. On the PC, choose to find and add a specific Bluetooth device.
  6. Of the devices found, pick the mobile phone with which to pair.
  7. PC will generate a PIN code.
  8. Mobile phone will ask if you wish to be connected to the PC.
  9. After the user answers in the affirmative, the user will be prompted for the PIN code on the mobile phone. Enter the PIN code into the mobile phone, which the PC generated.
  10. Allow devices to complete the establishment of a trusted link.
  11. If prompted on the PC to choose the Bluetooth services, the user may have several services available. The user may be able to sync the phone and PC. The user may be able to set up dial-up networking (DUN) preferences so that the user can use the mobile phone as a modem for the PC over the Bluetooth connection. The user may be able to transfer files, like pictures or business contacts, between the mobile phone and the laptop.
  12. After choosing which services the user wishes to enable, the user can then finish the connection and exit the setup on the PC.
better yet go to this website: http://www.bluetooth.com/Bluetooth/Products/Devices/Generic_Pairing_Instructions.htm

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1. Create a link between your Motorola RAZR Phone and any Bluetooth Accessory 1.0 and up, you need to turn the Bluetooth connection "on". This is how: Go into your phone "settings". > Then select "Connection" > "Bluetooth Link" > "Set Up" > "Power" > "On". The connection will stay on until you turn it off. We recommend to turn it off when not in use to preserve battery life. 2. To connect your RAZR to another Bluetooth hands free kit or headset, go into "Settings" > "Connection" > "Bluetooth Link" > "Handsfree" > (Look for Device). You phone will scan for available devices located within the range of the RAZR, approx 30 feet away. If your cell phone is already connected to a Blue Tooth headset, you must disconnect from it to find other devices. Once you have identified your bluetooth device, highlight its name and click on the "select" button.
3. The Bluetooth device will ask permission to connect. Select "yes" and press the "select" button; after that you will be prompted to insert a PIN code to initiate a secure connection. The PIN code is sually provided by the Bluetooth device manufacturer, not the RAZR. Once the connection is made, you should see the bluetooth logo displayed on the internal screen, while the external screen Bluetooth indicator will flash.

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I assume you are trying to connect to another phone via Bluetooth. It would help quite a bit to know what kind of phone you are trying to connect to, but here is what you need to have configured on your phone for Bluetooth file transfers:

1. Create a link between your Motorola RAZR Phone and any Bluetooth Accessory 1.0 and up, you need to turn the Bluetooth connection "on". This is how: Go into your phone "settings". > Then select "Connection" > "Bluetooth Link" > "Set Up" > "Power" > "On". The connection will stay on until you turn it off. We recommend to turn it off when not in use to preserve battery life.

2. To connect your RAZR to another Bluetooth hands free kit or headset, go into "Settings" > "Connection" > "Bluetooth Link" > "Handsfree" > (Look for Device). You phone will scan for available devices located within the range of the RAZR, approx 30 feet away. If your cell phone is already connected to a Blue Tooth headset, you must disconnect from it to find other devices. Once you have identified your bluetooth device, highlight its name and click on the "select" button.
3. The Bluetooth device will ask permission to connect. Select "yes" and press the "select" button; after that you will be prompted to insert a PIN code to initiate a secure connection. The PIN code is usually provided by the Bluetooth device manufacturer, not the RAZR (unless you are connecting to another phone). Once the connection is made, you should see the bluetooth logo displayed on the internal screen, while the external screen Bluetooth indicator will flash.

4. You can now "Copy" media files to the phones nearby that you have connected to. Copy is an option while browsing through the files.

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Can't connect with other peoples phone


I assume you are trying to connect to another phone via Bluetooth. It would help quite a bit to know what kind of phone you are trying to connect to, but here is what you need to have configured on your phone for Bluetooth file transfers:

1. Create a link between your Motorola RAZR Phone and any Bluetooth Accessory 1.0 and up, you need to turn the Bluetooth connection "on". This is how: Go into your phone "settings". > Then select "Connection" > "Bluetooth Link" > "Set Up" > "Power" > "On". The connection will stay on until you turn it off. We recommend to turn it off when not in use to preserve battery life.

2. To connect your RAZR to another Bluetooth hands free kit or headset, go into "Settings" > "Connection" > "Bluetooth Link" > "Handsfree" > (Look for Device). You phone will scan for available devices located within the range of the RAZR, approx 30 feet away. If your cell phone is already connected to a Blue Tooth headset, you must disconnect from it to find other devices. Once you have identified your bluetooth device, highlight its name and click on the "select" button.
3. The Bluetooth device will ask permission to connect. Select "yes" and press the "select" button; after that you will be prompted to insert a PIN code to initiate a secure connection. The PIN code is usually provided by the Bluetooth device manufacturer, not the RAZR (unless you are connecting to another phone). Once the connection is made, you should see the bluetooth logo displayed on the internal screen, while the external screen Bluetooth indicator will flash.

4. You can now "Copy" media files to the phones nearby that you have connected to. Copy is an option while browsing through the files.

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Here is what you need to have configured on your phone for Bluetooth connections:

1. Create a link between your Motorola RAZR Phone and any Bluetooth Accessory 1.0 and up, you need to turn the Bluetooth connection "on". This is how: Go into your phone "settings". > Then select "Connection" > "Bluetooth Link" > "Set Up" > "Power" > "On". The connection will stay on until you turn it off. We recommend to turn it off when not in use to preserve battery life.

2. To connect your RAZR to another Bluetooth hands free kit or headset, go into "Settings" > "Connection" > "Bluetooth Link" > "Handsfree" > (Look for Device). You phone will scan for available devices located within the range of the RAZR, approx 30 feet away. If your cell phone is already connected to a Blue Tooth headset, you must disconnect from it to find other devices. Once you have identified your bluetooth device, highlight its name and click on the "select" button.
3. The Bluetooth device will ask permission to connect. Select "yes" and press the "select" button; after that you will be prompted to insert a PIN code to initiate a secure connection. The PIN code is usually provided by the Bluetooth device manufacturer (in the manual), not the RAZR (unless you are connecting to another phone). Once the connection is made, you should see the bluetooth logo displayed on the internal screen, while the external screen Bluetooth indicator will flash.

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