Question about LG G2
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this took me nearly an hour to figure out, but here goes:
go to "settings icon" - tap "bluetooth" - turn it on - go to "accessibility" tab - make sure your phone has a "name" - then make sure "allow other devices to connect", "all devices" and "other devices can discover me" are selected - then go back to the "general" tab - tap on the "bluetooth manager" link - go to "active connections tab" - click on "menu" at the bottom right corner - click on "paired devices" when the menu comes up - click on "add".
Now quickly put your bluetooth headset into pairing mode and as soon as the device and passkey asking screen comes up, tap on the little windows "find" (or "search") icon next to the "device" field. once your phone detects your headset, it will take you back the device and passkey screen, where the name of your headset will now appear in the device field. all you have to do is input your device passkey.
Now go back to "bluetooth manager" screen, where in your "my shortcuts" tab, your "hands-free connection" icon should be present. if it's not, then click on "new" in the bottom left corner and select the "hands-free/headset setup". On the screen that comes up, select "next" which will take you to the next screen. Here your headset device icon will be present with a small red checkmark beside it. Tap this and your phone will establish a connection with your headset. It will then take you back to "bluetooth manager" - "my shortcuts" screen where your "hands-free connection" icon will now be green with two small arrows beside it pointing towards each other. If you click on the active connections tab, you'll see your headset device icon there. Also, a pair of headphones will pop up on your windows toolbar at the very top.
After this setup, to ensure your phone's security, go back to the "settings" - "bluetooth" - "accessibility" tab. Select "paired devices only" under the Accessibility heading, and deselect "other devices can discover me".
Hope this helps everyone...so far this is the only non-user friendly feature of the phone that I've come across, rest is pretty good and highly customizable.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
im a cell rep, delt with this problem before, take the back off the phone there is a white dot somewhere on there, if it's red it has water damage. if it's not your speaker for normal calling is broke, that's why you can only hear it on speakerphone and bluetooth, usually caused by water damage. there are cell phone repair shops, if you want do a search for one near you, they charge to fix the phone, but i have sent my customers there before and had their phones fixed. if it annoys you to much and you dont want to deal with it, if you have insurace i would file a claim, if not buy a phone from a friend or off craigslist or ebay, cheaper. hope i helped
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
Sorry if you have done this but let's see if we can get you connected!
On your Nokia headset press and hold the multi-function key for roughly 8 seconds. Your green light will begin to flash quickly. Your Bluetooth headset is now in pairing mode.
Now using your LG Cookie, press Menu > Settings > Bluetooth > Search
Once found, you will need to type the pass code which is normally set as four zeros (0000).
You should now be connected.
We hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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Sep 19, 2009 | BlueTrek G2 Consumer Headset
Just had the same problem.
But I found some bluetrek instructions on the net & it works
Pairing the BLUETREK® G2
Before using the BLUETREK® G2 headset, you must pair it with your Bluetooth® mobile
phone. Pairing is the process of linking 2 Bluetooth® devices, so that they can
To initiate pairing:
1. Place the BLUETREK® G2 and your mobile phone within 0.3 meter (1 foot) from
2. Switch on your phone and select its Bluetooth® discover mode (refer to the
Bluetooth® mobile phone user manual).
3. When the BLUETREK® G2 is switched off, press and hold the TALK button for
about 7 seconds until the indicator light flashes red and blue alternatively. And a
sound can be heard in the speaker.
4. Once the mobile phone detects the headset, a “BlueTrek G2” message will be
displayed. Follow the phone instructions to accept the pairing. The PIN code (or
passkey) is 0000, then press “yes” or “ok”.
If pairing success, the indicator light will switch to blue and flashes slowly.
If you haven’t started the discovery mode within 5 minutes, the headset
Jun 26, 2007 | BlueTrek G2 Consumer Headset
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