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Bluetooth connection problem with Motorola v3x

I have a v3x and a Vodafone vbh-300 bluetooth headset. I have been using them for months. Beginning from yesterday, my headset failed to connect to my v3x. The symptom is that when I turn on my headset, the v3x connects to it briefly and immediately disconnect again.

I have tried to delete the headset device from my bluetooth setting in v3x and pair them again from scratch again. But the problem still exists.

Any solution to this weird problem?

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Re: Bluetooth connection problem with Motorola v3x - Motorola Mobility RAZR V3 Cell Phones

Software issue

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

Re: Bluetooth connection problem with Motorola v3x

My head set wont turn on! no indacater light at all!

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