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  • outbacktom Mar 04, 2009

    acer aspire 6930 indicated it includes bluetooth but cannot connect a bluetoorh bt3030 headset to it.

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You have to do three things. 1) Turn on the Bluetooth function of your phone. 2) Set your phone to search for new devices to pair with. 3) Tell your headset to search for new devices to pair with. Unfortunately all three things are device specific, so if you can't figure out how to do #1 & #2 through the phone's menu tree, let me know what phone you have and I'll see what I can find out. #3 is accomplished on some headsets by holding down the power button for a certain length of time (ie-turn on the headset on and continue to hold the power button).

Good luck, and let me know how you make out.

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