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Iphone will not connect to my bluetooth device automatically

My iphone used to connect to my bluetooth device automatically before the 3.0 software update but now it doesn't. I have to connect it manually each time I use it and when i'm connected to my bluetooth device it turns off my wifi connection and i have to go and manually reconnect it after i'm done with my bluetooth device, can anybody help me with this? I have already reset my network connection and that did not help. Thanks

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Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.

it will not do a auto connect, you will have to hit your headset button to talk, and then the unit will reconnect. their are some headsets, that will send out a auto connect..

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Bluetooth on the iphone only recognises other iphones or bluetooth devices such as the handsfree in your car. It will not find other mobile phones with bluetooth. Another scam for apple to get everyone to buy their fones I assume.

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Hi. I may be able to help you, but I will need more information. Specifically, which device are you trying to pair to your iPhone? I assume you're talking about Bluetooth, right? You can use Bluetooth devices with your iPhone, including headsets, car kits, stereo headphones, or an Apple Wireless Keyboard.

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