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Missing icons wondering why i dont have the bluetooth, tv, dvd,gps icons displayed

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Bluetooth icon missing


Possibly does not have bluetooth available on this model. Some Garmins have Bluetooth and some don't. If you have used it before with bluetooth, check your systems settings to see if you have turned off the bluetooth function.

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https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/prod14933.html
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  • 1 Open the laptop and turn it on. Log into Windows.
  • 2 Confirm that you have the latest Bluetooth drivers
  • 3 Press the Fn and F2 keys to enable Bluetooth connectivity. Locate the array of green lights near the display. Confirm that Bluetooth connectivity is enabled by checking to see if the light next to the Bluetooth icon is lit.
  • 4 Select the Control Panel from the Start menu. Open the Bluetooth Devices Control Panel.
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    I have lost the bluetooth


    The Bluetooth symbol on the bottom left of the screen will not show up unless the unit is linked with a compatible phone and Bluetooth is turned on. When the phone is not connected or the Bluetooth is turned off, you will not see this icon. The same thing goes for the Traffic icon. If you do not have an active traffic receiver connected, the Traffic icon will not show up either.

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    Have you tried to re-pair it with your phone? What does the bluetooth firmware version show up as on your Nuvi? If it says 0.0, you need to reflash the bluetooth firmware. You can find the firmware version by selecting the wrench icon, then sekect the gear symbol and then select "About". Use Garmin's webupdater and connect your Nuvi to the PC and let the webupdater reflash yoour Nuvi. Garmin just updated the bluetooth firmware on November of 08 to v3.4 so you would want to do it anyway. When you reflash, you have to repair the phone to the Nuvi because the reflash erases your phone setup.


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    The 300 does NOT have bluetooth. See this Garmin link:

    https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?pID=339

    The 360 has bluetooth. In order to have bluetooth, you must have the main board inside that has the bluetooth circuitry AND the firmware to support it. The 300 does NOT have the circuitry for bluetooth.

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