The Nokia n70 wont connect with any mobile device, ask it to assign new pair and keeps saying no devices found and even my Nokia n95 wont pick it up either, I had done a firmware updat the other day. What is going on with it?
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switch on your bluetooth headset . then go to settings on your phone.then click connectivity ->bluetooth-> pair device-> pair new device -> it search and ask passcode enter 0000 as pass code now it will connected still having trouble reply me
All these given solutions are not catering your problem unfortunately; because your problem seems to be the following "You are not at all able to find your bluetooth headset from your phone, pairing is a far off thing" right?
So, here is the simple solution that no one has given here and on other sites (I myself was confused, but finally found it out):
1. Turn bluetooth of your Mobile on. 2. Put it into "shown to all" mode.3. Now pick your bluetooth device, and simultaneously click on the multifunction key (The middle one that blinks) and the "+" volume key for around 6 seconds or more; you'll see that blue blinking light will become static (and it means that your bluetooth device is now "Searchable" by your phone). 4. Start "Pair new device search" from your Mobile, and your Phone will find the bluetooth device.5. It will ask you for a passcode, just enter 0000.6. Pair both devices now.7. The static blue light (Which became static when you pressed the middle multifunction key and "+" volume key together for some seconds) will now start blinking again (in a 3 sec interval approximately). Your handsfree is now connected, do a test call and confirm. In case you find any volume problem, then know that the default volume after connecting a bluetooth handsfree is at low level, so just increase it using your Phone's volume keys/ controls and it shall be all fine. Vote up if it helps, it is the genuine solution of this problem though; I tested it several times. :) PS: I'm writing this while logging off in haste, pardon any spell/ typo mistakes. :P
or simply you can go to nokia care who can do for free under warranty.
to connect PC and mobile through bluetooth, you should have a bluetooth dongle or a bluetooth facility already in the PC, switch on the bluetooth, find the devices and enter password 0000, on select the device found in PC (mobile), refresh services, right click, select dial up networking, contact service provider for settings.
Dear Goutam, Welcome to Fixya Support. Generally every bluetooth device comes with driver CD.Some bluetooth drivers may preinstalled or inbuilt in windows XP with plug and play support.If bluetooth device drivers not present in windows, you have to install driver manually from CD, supplied along with your bluetooth device.
After Inserting bluetooth it pop up a message"New Hardware found",if drivers are inbuilt, operating system directly installs driver for your bluetooth device.
After Installation Go to control panel of your PC click on bluetooth icon,then click on search for active devices, if your mobile bluetooth is on pc will show your mobile name,then you have to pair your pc and mobile by supplying same pass key on both devices. So it completes pairing. Now you can share files between PC and mobile.
After installing bluetooth driver you can install Nokia PC Suit software for better management of your mobile content.
I think it solves your problem
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Thanks sleekycupid.. Even i had a same problem just followed the steps you said. Step 1: Switch off the bluetooth device. Step 2: Charge the bluetooth device. Step 3: Then hold the device button till the green indicator blinks faster than normal. Step 4: Now try to pair the device from your mobile. Step 5: Mobile will ask you a passcode, press 0000 and enter.
You might not follow step 1 and 2. Just start from step 3. Enjoy!
The Jabra user manual is located below - you'll need to reference it to determine which button is the Pairing button. After you turn on the Jabra, press and hold the pairing button until the blue light is solid (approximately 2 seconds). Set your phone to discover mode as follows:
Go to the Bluetooth menu under the Tools menu item
Select Options > New Paired device.
Select the device and enter 0000 as the passcode.
If you want the device to automatically pair when they are within range of each other, select the device and select Set as authorised.
That's all there is to it.
Sometimes what happens is that we keep looking for BT devices without making them visible. Is it so in your case too? Go to settings of the headset and make it visible and your mobile visible to the headset. then you must pair them and also authorize them to connect without pass code etc. Then they will work.
What is a t305? It must be a device which can type a passcode. A passcode is a number that Bluetooth devices use to confirm that it is safe to connect. If you pair two mobile phones, it asks for a passcode. You enter it in one and then the same in the other.
If the t305 is not a device which can enter a passcode, then you need to refer to its manual to see what to do if the phone asks for a passcode.