Almost there gizmo1. In fact one has to go through Connect, Bluetooth then you'll see two tabs. The selected tab has the basic bluetooth options (On/Off, Visibility, name etc) and the second tab shows the list of paired devices. Access this by pressing right.
Once in the list of paired devices Press OPTIONS (normally the left softkey) then "New paired devices". You'll then see what's around and you'll be able to initiate the pairing.
If you're simply looking to send an object, you can do this from the file manager or media library. In the media library select your picture or other object then once again through the left softkey (Options) you should see a "Send" option. Select that, the Nokia will then propose how you wish to send. Choose bluetooth. In the file manager it works in the same way.
The "soft" key that will initiate the pairing menu(s) for the Nokia N95 phone is the right arrow key next to the central "select" key. Press this soft key after getting into the Bluetooth main menu (On/off, visibility, phone name, SIM). After that, jit becomes intuitive and you should have no problem.
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All these given solutions are not catering your problem unfortunately; because your problem seems to be the following "You are not at all able to find your bluetooth headset from your phone, pairing is a far off thing" right?
So, here is the simple solution that no one has given here and on other sites (I myself was confused, but finally found it out):
1. Turn bluetooth of your Mobile on. 2. Put it into "shown to all" mode.3. Now pick your bluetooth device, and simultaneously click on the multifunction key (The middle one that blinks) and the "+" volume key for around 6 seconds or more; you'll see that blue blinking light will become static (and it means that your bluetooth device is now "Searchable" by your phone). 4. Start "Pair new device search" from your Mobile, and your Phone will find the bluetooth device.5. It will ask you for a passcode, just enter 0000.6. Pair both devices now.7. The static blue light (Which became static when you pressed the middle multifunction key and "+" volume key together for some seconds) will now start blinking again (in a 3 sec interval approximately). Your handsfree is now connected, do a test call and confirm. In case you find any volume problem, then know that the default volume after connecting a bluetooth handsfree is at low level, so just increase it using your Phone's volume keys/ controls and it shall be all fine. Vote up if it helps, it is the genuine solution of this problem though; I tested it several times. :) PS: I'm writing this while logging off in haste, pardon any spell/ typo mistakes. :P
If you want to transfer files from pc to the mobile device. Make sure the pc has a bluetooth turn on. Most of the laptops have a built in bluetooh , but for desktop computers you need to purchase a bluetooth adapter.
Once you have the bluetooh turn ON on your computer. Turn on the bluetooh on your mobile device.
From your computer. Right click on the file that you want to transfer and select send to bluetooth. Click on search for bluetooth device and then select the name of your cellphone ( or name you assigned for the bluetooth on your cellphone)Once you click the name, just go next . You will get a message saying accept bluetooh file on your cellphone, just accept the file and your done.
u can edit setting of your device.the setting is MY PHONE'S VISIBILITY turn it to HIDDEN.when uwany to recieve data bluetooth turn it to shown to all.and after use turn it to HIDDEN .it will help try it.
I have just spoken with 3 as I had the same problem with my Nokia N95.
The solution is:
Menu select Tools select Bluetooth at top option blue tooth on - select right hand navigation button it will say (no paired devices) select Options and select new paired device this will then seach for other blue tooth devices.
I have recently purchased a Zumo 550 and successfully copied across selected phone book entries from a Nokia N95 without the need to use any additional apps:-
1) Assuming the N95 and Zumo are paired via BlueTooth
2) In N95 Contacts - use 'Mark' / 'Mark All' as necessary to select the contact entries you wish to transfer to the Zumo 550
3) In N95 Contacts - select 'Options' then 'Send Business Card' then 'Via Bluetooth'
4) Select the Zumo 550 device from the list of paired Bluetooth devices
5) Contact data is transferred from N95 phonebook to Zumo 550 phonebook
Interestingly, Garmin don't seem to list the Nokia N95 as being a supported device on their website, but the above process worked for me!!
1st switch on bluetooth for both devices! 2nd go to your bluetooth menu in your phone 3rd click on pair devices make sure that your phone is visible to other bluetooth device 4th select the device and click on pair devices! its done!