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Samsung ATIV S connects to car and headphone via bluetooth and worked fine for car but I have no voice or hearing through car or headphone, even though still says connected.

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to connect your samsung phone to a pc via bluetooth you need to follow the steps.
1. install your samsung pc suite NPS,
2. open your phone bluetooth.
>> go to menu, select bluetooth, select settings under bluetooth, make your phone bluetooth's visible,
3. go to your computer, open your bluetooth, right click the bluetooth icon on the system tray, they are grouped and can be located near the clock.
4. select settings for your computer's bluetooth, make it discoverable, check the discover services.
5. under the computer's bluetooth panel, you can see there add device, click add device.
6. once the computer search for your phone, pair them with passcode like 1234, or 0-9 digits, it's up to you to assign the passcode but make sure they will be having the same passcode. ( both computer and phone).
once paired you can see them there in your phone's bluetooth panel, your computer and your phone together.

>>to check if successful connection was achieved, select a file from your computer, right click and send to your phone.
>>do the same thing for your computer, select a file from the phone and send it to your computer, but you need to confirm that your computer will be receiving a file from a paired bluetooth, by clicking the balloon
message at downright corner of your computer where your bluetooth is located.

regards...

Posted on Mar 03, 2010

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SOURCE: samsung b2100 turns it self off and on again bluetooth

hi
I have had the same problem with my Samsung B2100 but the thing is i have sent the phone back 4 times now because it turns it's self off and back on again when it is connect to bluetooth.
When i take it back they look at me if i am the only one in the world that has this problem.
Can any one help me?

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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