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Ok, here's my theory you used an earphone but it didn't disconnect. To know if this so if you see the earphone icon on your phone then that is the case. This happened to one of my phones. Anyway here is how you can solve this plug in an earphone and shake the plug gently while still plugged in. Take out the earphone. If the icon comes off problem solved if not.... .... Try again. It is usually because of the switch in the earphone jack that switches between headset and handheld mode becoming jammed. :) hope this solution helps
1) Check to be sure that "Hands Free" mode is off. This may be overriding the settings to believe you have bluetooth connected. and/or
2) check to be sure a bluetooth device the phone is paired with is not on and active.
my phone said gprs not subscribed which was not the actual case. i had internet service but it couldnt recognize it. I called service provider( t mobile in my case) and they text me a package that i downloaded and now it works fine