Question about Cell Phones
Hi . Make sure that both of the devices have bluetooth turned on. An be visable On any of them press scan and the other should show up in the area .click on the phone you just scanned and there should be a option to type in a code no. Then on other do the same and type in a code of 4 digits and put the same code in the second device and press connect
I hope that this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bluetooth connection
You will need a sim card in the samsung before it will work, the nokia E65 doesnt need a sim for the phone to work so move your sim into the samsung & it should transfer them over for you via bluetooth.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
The problem with your phone is battery, the battery on your phone can no longer hold charges, that is why it switches on when you connect the charger.
I would advice you get a new battery on your phone and make sure you charge the new battery for at least 4-5 hours before you start using it. doing this will solve the problem on your phone and charging the battery before usage will help preserve the life span of the battery.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
SOURCE: bluetooth is not swithed on.when
there must be some software problem or your phone will be affected from virus. kindly format the phone and try it.. if you still have same problem. then there must be some hardware fault in your mobile.. kindly contact your service and ask the solution .. this will fix your problem..
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
SOURCE: My Bluetooth device (CE 0979)
Turn off the Bluetooth device and turn off your phone. Turn your phone back On. In your phone go to Bluetooth and remove permission for the device. Re-start your phone. Turn your phone back on and pair your device. The passcode is probably 0000 (four zeros). Once paired it should work properly.
(Note: Make sure your Bluetooth device is fully charged before attempting to pair it.)
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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