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Pair Bluetooth Stereo

How can i pair a bluetooth stereo headphone with my samsung x-830? when it connects, it only accepts phone calls, but the stereo function does not work? why ? how do i activate this?

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Re: Pair Bluetooth Stereo

Put the music player on and press down on the jogwheel, select 'Play Via' and change it to Bluetooth stereo headset. It'll prompt you to open the swivel and take you to the bluetooth devices screen where you select the correct device, it'll then prompt you to close the swivel and will start playing through your headphones :-) Is that what you mean?... It's a bit of a pain really :-(

Posted on Aug 15, 2007

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