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Hi i have motorola razr cellular phone and my blue tooth not working.

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Have you tried powering the phone off and on? I had a v551 and the Bluetooth would get stuck sometimes and that always fixed it.

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Bluetooth will not stay connected on my 2006 BMW z4


Depending how far of a range your getting, between your razr and your blue-tooth is important. Any range of 30ft or over is less likely to connect/search/and or pair with any capable blue-tooth device.

Try pair the two devices again, but remember to save the trusted blue-tooth to your device so that disconnection can be prevented only by your command.

If your blue-tooth has a short, or battery is extremely low then that TOO can cause disconnection.

Hope this information can be of a benefit to you. Thanks.

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Contact your mobile service provider for further assistance on this matter.

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Go to active device menu and delete all the listed devices in it and then start a fresh search

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Go to active devices menu in the bluetooth menu and delete any devices listed there and start find new device ... it should work fine ...

Oct 08, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3m Cellular Phone

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Blue-Tooth set-up


usually you press and hold the button on the bluetooth headset device for 10 secs, the led will change color, then you pick up your phone get into the bluetooth part of the settings and tell the phone to look for it. Then after that when it finds it, the pin will probably be 00000.

Look it up on google the model of your headset you should be able to find the pin.

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Pincode for blue tooth motorola v3i


the default pincode is 0000 .if it dosent work try only one 0 this will work sure

Jul 21, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3i Cellular Phone

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Razr pairing with blue tooth


maybe you need to activate your blue tooth or turn it on in other words. not only that but you should go to your bluetooth profile and see whats going on there

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have you tried turning blue tooth off then back on a again

Sep 03, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3c Cellular Phone

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