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Blurtooth wont detect other devices

How do i get intinct phone bluetooth to detect trusted devices

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May not be compatible

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Or you can try this:

Bluetooth Mobile Phone to Bluetooth Personal Computer
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  2. On the PC, open up the control panel and find the Bluetooth Device Wizard. This will assist the user in setting up a Bluetooth connection between the PC and trusted devices.
  3. Ensure the Bluetooth connectivity is turned on in the PC.
  4. Find the connectivity settings of the phone. Make sure Bluetooth connectivity is on and visible.
  5. On the PC, choose to find and add a specific Bluetooth device.
  6. Of the devices found, pick the mobile phone with which to pair.
  7. PC will generate a PIN code.
  8. Mobile phone will ask if you wish to be connected to the PC.
  9. After the user answers in the affirmative, the user will be prompted for the PIN code on the mobile phone. Enter the PIN code into the mobile phone, which the PC generated.
  10. Allow devices to complete the establishment of a trusted link.
  11. If prompted on the PC to choose the Bluetooth services, the user may have several services available. The user may be able to sync the phone and PC. The user may be able to set up dial-up networking (DUN) preferences so that the user can use the mobile phone as a modem for the PC over the Bluetooth connection. The user may be able to transfer files, like pictures or business contacts, between the mobile phone and the laptop.
  12. After choosing which services the user wishes to enable, the user can then finish the connection and exit the setup on the PC.
better yet go to this website: http://www.bluetooth.com/Bluetooth/Products/Devices/Generic_Pairing_Instructions.htm

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If not possible to check. You must need a another different blurtooth device to test it.

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