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Bluetooth I had my bluetooth enabled, and working. Then the phone symbol was no longer on my screen, and my calls started coming through my cell phone. Why was my garmin bluetooth disabled? How do I enable it again? Thanks, Ed

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In this h.set BT automatically switches off after few seconds if not in use.it protects ur h.set from viruses.

u can increase this period from BT settings in h.set

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