Question about Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone
RESET YOUR MOBILE THEN TURN ON THE BLUE TOOTH DEVICE.
PAIR IT WITH OTHER BLUE TOOTH DEVICE .
NOW U CAN ACCESS AND TRANSFER THE DATA THROUGH BLUE TOOTH.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
FIRST OF ALL RESTART YOUR MOBILE PHONE. THEN TURN ON YOUR BLUETOOTH CONNECTION ON YOUR PHONE. ALSO SET YOUR PHONE VISIBILITY ON FROM YOUR MOBILE BLUETOOTH MENU.
THEN TURN OFF YOUR BLUETOOTH DEVICE. NOW PRESS AND HOLD THE POWER BUTTON ON YOUR BLUETOOTH DEVICE. WHEN THE LIGHT BLINKS YOUR BLUETOOTH DEVICE IS DISCOVERABLE FOR YOUR PHONE.
NOW SEARCH FOR A BLUETOOTH DEVICE FROM YOUR MOBILE'S BLUETOOTH MENU. YOUR DEVICE WILL BE DISCOVERED BY YOUR MOBILE. NOW ADD THE BLUDTOOTH DEVICE TO YOUR MOBILE THE PASSCODE SHALL BE 0000 OR 1111.
NOW YOU CAN USE YOUR BLUETOOTH. IF STILL UNBALE TO EXCESS PLS. ASK US.
PLS. RATE MY SOLUTION.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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