When i ture my bluetooth something popup that you must set bd address please help me
The address isn’t something that can be set, that’s a MAC address - it’s the unique identifier for the bluetooth chip on the phone (all network cards have them).
I would hazard a guess that either your bluetooth stack on the phone is goosed or the chipset itself.
Turn the Bluetooth Off, disconnect it from the PC, turn it on, re-connect it to the PC.
Go Start -> (All) Programs -> QPST -> QPST Configuration.
Click on the PORTS tab.
Since you upgraded the phone, you already have the usb drivers.
Now, launch the QPST configurator.
Click on "add new port"
Type the port number your phone is using now. (you put it COM5, COM10, etc, its just one example) -----------------If you already added your port in QPST then skip this.
Now, launch the NV editor, maximize the window.
on connect, select the com port, and press connect server.
press the file button and select upload all from mobile
Then, press the search button, and type "447"
Move the file to the "selected" window.
Once you double click it, in another window you will see loads of firlds with 0
Change the to 1, all of them.
also, change the string value to "true"
Now, you press the "file" button and press "download selected & active to mobile"
Disconnect the server, close the program, unplug the phone, and restart the phone.
Now, try to enable the bluetooth.
Remember, once you do the 6th image step, you go to connection and select disconnect server.
Good Luck & Thanks,
Aug 20, 2009 |
LG Shine KE970 Cellular Phone