My son has a d500 and is trying to use the bluetooth, the phone says its looking for devices and yes it is looking but then tell us no divices found even though my phone is next to it, can anyone please help i dont know if its set up right and i dont have a clue
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At first call to your customer care executive to send you for internet settings for your mobile. When you recive the settings then do the following things-
Install the settings first.-go to your message inbox and find the settings message when you open it then get the install option. Just click on install option.
Select your internet profile-just go to your internet menu and select settings. After that select Internet Profile and select GPRS option like Airtel Gprs/Mobile Office if you are Airtel user.
After that Install Pc-Suite and
Activate Bluetooth on your mobile phone (usually found under the Settings menu) and set it to be discoverable or visible.
On the PC, find your Bluetooth program manager (in Windows XP and Windows 7, look under My Computer > My Bluetooth Connections; in Vista, look for Bluetooth devices in the Control Panel; on a Mac, go to System Settings > Bluetooth).
In the Bluetooth program, select the option to add a new connection or device, which will make the computer search for available Bluetooth devices and find your phone.
When your mobile phone appears, select it to connect/pair it to your laptop.
If prompted for a PIN code, try 0000 or 1234 and enter it on both the mobile device when prompted and your laptop.
When the phone has been added, you will be asked what service to use. Choose PAN (Personal Area Network). You should then have a working Internet connection.
Pairing will create a unique and encrypted wireless link between two Bluetooth enabled devices, such as your Bluetooth phone and Bluetooth headset.
Ensure that the headset is off (see Turning the headset on/off).
Press and hold the Multi-Function button until the indicator light turns on in blue (approximately 8 seconds).
Set your Bluetooth phone to discover the headset by following your phone's guide. Typically, the steps involve going to a Setup, Connect, or Bluetooth menu on your phone and then selecting the option to discover Bluetooth devices.
Your phone will find the Samsung WEP210 headset and ask if you want to pair with it. Confirm this by pressing the Yes or OK key.
Enter a passkey or PIN, 0000 (4 zeros), then press the Yes or OK key.
For other mobiles to send some data to you, bluetooth in your mobile should be in discoverable mode. Try changing the setting of bluetooth not to be kept in hidden mode. once your mobile is discovered by others, pair your mobile with them. Now you can receive all the files to your mobile, but only the supported format files like mp3, jpeg picture,etc