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Bluetooth doesn't reconnect to Jaguar handsfree

Blackberry 8900 Curve. Each time I have to enter the pass key, has paired ok, have checked all settings.

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I had this problem. When the display on the curve asks for the pass key down at the bottom there is an option "Don't ask this again", you need to check this option and it should then pair automatically each time.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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