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Dropped bluetooth earpice.

I dropped my bluetooth and now it won't connect with my phone. Is there anyway I can find out if it's an internal problem?

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Re: Dropped bluetooth earpice.

Try pairing it with another phone, if it works, it's not internal,
sometimes the more difficult the problem the simpler the solution

Posted on Nov 14, 2007

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