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BlackBerry won't pair with device anymore via Bluetooth

I have a bluetooth enabled car that can connect with my phone and operate handsfree. For a while when I entered the car my phone would display a message asking if I wanted to pair with the car. Yesterday I accidentally selected the checkbox that read ''don't ask me again'' or something like that. Now it won't connect even if I manually tell the device to do so.

I've tried deleting the car from the phone and the phone from the car (essentially clearing them out of both) and starting over, but it didn't seem to work. They can both still ''see'' each other, but when I tell it to connect it just responds back that the connection failed.

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  • grnichols22 Dec 30, 2008

    Sorry, it is a BlackBerry Pearl, not Curve (not sure if that makes a difference or not)

  • PBELLP Feb 24, 2009

    I have a bluetooth enabled car that can connect with my phone and operate handsfree. For a while when I entered the car my phone would display a message asking if I wanted to pair with the car. Yesterday I accidentally selected the checkbox that read ''don't ask me again'' or something like that. Now it won't connect even if I manually tell the device to do so.

    I've tried deleting the car from the phone and the phone from the car (essentially clearing them out of both) and starting over, but it didn't seem to work. They can both still ''see'' each other, but when I tell it to connect it just responds back that the connection failed.



    What happened. is it the car or my Blackberry curve?

  • andrea fay Mar 04, 2009

    I have a blackberry curve. I accidentally pushed the button that said"Don't ask me again". Now my phone will not connect with the hands free device. It now says "connection failed" no matter how many times I attempt to reconnect it. How can I reconnect? Or is it possible to get the question to reappear, then I will never select it again?

  • Eyeboy Apr 09, 2009

    I had the same problem and despite the helpful comment above, it has not resolved the problem. Can anyone help?

  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    Tried that solution and it didn't work.

  • tynap Apr 22, 2009

    I hit the don't ask me again button by accident and now my blackberry won't connect to my pc. It charges, but I can't share anything. Ugh. Please help'



    It's a Curve

  • Anonymous May 21, 2009

    Motorola BT device pairs with BB but does not work BB says connection is made and BT device light is on but nothing.

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1. Go to Options/Bluetooth
2. Select device found
3. Select device properties
4. At Trusted select yes
It'll never ask again

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I powered down my blackberry and removed the battery. Once I re-inserted the battery the blackberry connected to the Infiniti bluetooth.

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I bought blackberry curve 8310 few days ago. i have blutooth that came with my motorola razer. i wanna connect my bluetooth to bb. but i can't. the blutooth working with motorola but not with bb. bb's blutooth able to find other devices but not this bluetooth. so, if any body can help me plz.......plz.......plz.......

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