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First you need WinXP SP2.
Second, go into the control panel, double click on bluetooth, in there, there is a setting for "Turn Discovery On"
Put a tick in that box and then try pairing the PC and mobile phone again.
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You must turn on the tablet's Bluetooth radio before you can enjoy using any Bluetoothy peripherals. Here's how to activate Bluetooth on an Android tablet:
Open the Settings app.
On some Samsung tablets, touch the Connections tab.
Ensure that the master control next to the Bluetooth item is set to On.
Slide the icon to the right to activate.
When Bluetooth is on, the Bluetooth status icon appears. It uses the Bluetooth logo.
You'll also find a Bluetooth switch in the tablet's Quick Actions.
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