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Bluetooth link busy

My phone says "bluetooth link busy" no matter what I try to do - I saw the suggestion where it said to "flash" the phone, but I don't know what that menas.

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  • Ninegate Feb 14, 2008

    Thanks for the solution, but I probably should've stated it better - it won't turn on and off....when I try to turn it off, it says that it turns off - but then when I go back to the prior screen, it says the power is still on.



    This is an unlocked phone a friend of mine purchased off the internet, and I saw where someone stated this was a software problem - that during the unlocking process, the correct version wasn't put on the phone.



    I was trying to find a better solution than sending it back, because she already had to send it back for another problem.

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Switch you bluetooth on and then off again.

That Might Work.

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Sophie x

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