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The Philips tech-support asked if I pressed the connecting button on the blu-tooth dongle long enough or until it blinks back and forth from red to blue. This takes 5 s of pressing. After this the connection worked just fine. You can actually read this in the user manual too...
So don`t just start the SHB7100 when you pair it with 95, keep the button pressed down until the light shifts from blue to red and back after which you can enter the code 0000 and Voilà!
blue tooth needs to be turned on from the connectivity section of the phone menu.
Once it is turned on it will pair with any bluetooth device.
PAIRING A BLUETOOTH
Go to connetivity in the menu
then bluetooth and then search and sellect search.
with your bluetooth device from the off status press and hold the power button until indicator lights either flash different colours ( normally red & blue ) or stays a constant colour.
Your device is now sending out a signal for the phone to pick up.
when the phone finds this device it should then ask if you wish to pair with it
then it will ask for a passcode this is normally 0000 or 1234
then select yes.
this should pair up the two devices.
once they are paired you should only need to turn bluetooth on on the phone and power up the device and they will automatically find each other.
Please don't do this whilst driving as it is extremely dangerous to take your concentration off the road.