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I have the Samsung Galaxy I7500 but cannot get its bluetooth to connect to other devices. My phone will pair with another device but not connect so can't transfer files any suggestions

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Most samsungs comes with only A2DP BT profile, this means that it can only pair up with BT headset device. If you know how to navigate your phone, go to the BT settings and check the profiles.

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