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How to synch gr500 using bluetooth - LG Xenon GR500 Cell Phone

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  • vgambrell Nov 20, 2009

    Well connecting via bluetooth is not the issue, actually getting teh unit to synch is, It does not work with file transfer ot LG PCSuite II

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Go to the settings spot and then hit bluetooth and then go to my devices and select new device and you may have to insert code if possible

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