Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
IPhone 5 will not pair with Camry 2007
Attempt to consult the manual guide but if it isn't working or it is Bluetooth there is a good chance you're doing it wrong. Remember iOS 7 has messed up many things as battery cases and it might just be too old as at that time the iPhone 5 hadn't come out yet. I hope this helps;)
Posted on Apr 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
3. Turn Bluetooth ON
4. Make sure your Jawbone is OFF
5. Press TOP Of Jawbone & MIDDLE of Jawbone TOGETHER Until It Flashes Red & White
6. JAWBONE Will Come Up On The iPhone
7. Pir The Device With iPhone
8. Enter Four Digit Code
10 HEY PRESTO....YOUR PAIRED!!!!
Thanks to Sally Jo for this tip!
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
the bluetooth of iphone is not compatible with this.get the bluetooth application installed from itunes store to maki it compatible.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
take the Bluetooth device and keep its button pressed till the light stables that is u will have to hold the button for more then 10 seconds!!! then once the light is stable keep it like that and take the phone and search for Bluetooth devices it will find it now and then enter the pin given in the manual or mostly it is 0000 and pair the two devices now u are ready to use it!
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Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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1) Go to Settings
2) Go to Reset
3) Select "Reset All Setting" (Make sure you save passwords. Data is safe.
Clear all previous pairings.
Once iPhone reboots, turn on Bluetooth.
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