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Sometimes this happens because either you or the other person changes the pairing keys or remove your mobile from his paired list.
It can be solved by unpairing and then pairing again wwith the other device.
Go to settings in your wildfire, Wireless and network, bluetooth.
Long press on the device name and select unpair.
Also remove your wildfire from the other device's paired list.
Then scan for bluetooth devices and pair again.
This should solve this problem.
Also, when some device sends you a file via Bluetooth, there is a notification asking permission to receive file. Make sure you click on it and select accept.
devices must be paired before they can exchange data. The term pairing usually
means that two devices are exchanging protected passkeys. Once paired, all
information sent over the Bluetooth link is
encrypted and will only be able to reach devices that are authorized to do so by
the pairing process. In certain instances it may not be necessary to conduct the
pairing procedure. For example, when exchanging business cards between two
mobile phones it may be too cumbersome to pair with a password. Usually there is
a setting in the device, in which you can set a lower level of security.
you have to make sure that bluetooth is turned on.
go to your home screen, touch settings, then general, then bluetooth, make sure the bluetooth switch is set to on.
Then follow your directions for the your headset for pairing, usually it involves holding the power button down for so many seconds, then it will enter a "pairing" mode where the headset is able to be seen by phones.
Once that happens it should pop up on the bluetooth page of the iPhone and it will ask for the devices password. Most devices the default password is 1111.
Hope this helps and enjoy your Iphone, I know I do ;)
If this solution doesn't work hold down both the volume up and down buttons on the head set for about 5 seconds whilst searching for a new paired device with your phone then when asked enter the code 0000 and connect