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I can't get my iPhone 3G to detect other bluetooth devices. Some devices detect it, but are unable to pair with the Iphone 3G.

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I would try doing a clean restore of the device, also, if you're using any type of unlock, you will lose them in this process (which may not be a bad thing, sometimes nasty things happen with unlocks and such).

If it sticks around even after this, then I'd look into possibly a hardware issue or defect.

Good luck.

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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