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Go to the setting menu of your phone, select connectivity to choose bluetooth, Select Paired devices but make sure your ear piece device is power on, that is the bluetooth it on, search for it, then paired your phone with it. that is all.
I found this on another website and it worked for me.
"I was also having a lot of difficulty getting my Jawbone II or "new
Jawbone" into pairing mode. I finally ended up carefully removing the
outer plastic shield. It popped off without breaking anything and then I
was able to easily press BOTH the noise shield button AND the talk
button. With the plastic cover OFF, I was able to put my Jawbone into
pairing mode on the FIRST TRY! "
yes what you need to do is not go into the phone menu but main settings menu of the head unit in there is a setting for bluetooth go into that and you can highlight and delete pairing do this for the lg vu as well and then it should free up and let you reinstall it normaly if that doesnt work get back to me and maybe we can set up a live phone chat and i can walk you while im sitting my prius so i can give you more specific instuction
I have somewhat of a solution. when you go to www.att.com/BluetoothWizard, it will prompt you to put in the handset Make & Model and then proceed with the Make/Model of your Bluetooth. It is possible that your Bluetooth headset may not be compatible with the LG Vu.