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I have a rearview ICBM-9282. when car is on reverse appears a text: "Blue Tooth Connection" above 10 seconds. How know can I Program it in order to take off the text : "Blue Tooth Connection"?

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SOURCE: lg rumour and blue tooth

call the store adn they will tell you what to do or you can do it the old fashoned way and read the manual lol

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SOURCE: blue tooth is charged but get a beeping sound

how good is phones signal mine does this when I have no service

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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SOURCE: samsung U 600 failing to connect to blue tooth conection

My daughter's Samsung U600 connects to her Clarion Alpine CDE 103BT radio OK, and she can call from the phonebook in the Clarion OK. However an incoming call shows up on the Clarion but then is immediately dropped. The chap who fitted the Clarion said it would answer calls automatically. Even if this wasn't the case and she had to press a key on the Clarion to pick up the call there wouldn't be enough time for her to do this.

Is this a Bluetooth connectivity problem or is there some setting that would correct this?

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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SOURCE: blue tooth connection issues for photosmart c5500 using dell micosoft vista

You will need to have the ita drivers and have it where you do not need a secure conecsion and have the startup set to auto. Also make shure the printer is in descovery mode so that the computer can pick it up. Also make shure that the computer is in a good range from the printer so it can get a good conecsion.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Blue Tooth Connection instructions for a MT Max 4X Headset

Go to http://demos.blackberry.com/8300/na/us/gen/ >
Select "Menu" on the top left > Select "Start Using Your Device" > Select "Connect with Bluetooth Enabled Device"


Hope this helps :)

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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