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Bluetooth not working

My blue tooth is not working despite being turned on, don't know what to do. Can you help?

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  • m4xin8 Apr 07, 2008

    my bluetooth was working fine untill to day now it stoped working carnt send or recive can it be fixed ! or why has it just stopped working eney help would gratefull thanks maxine

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You need to reflash the firmware on the phone,

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