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I had the same problem with my duo. I found out the phone's memory was full and cannot receive any more files. Try transferring some files onto a micro sd card using the cut and paste feature on the phone or delete some files on the duo that you may not need.
I had the same problem before. Its probably your blue-tooth they have to look for your phone while its looking for the blue-tooth. You need to look in the blue-tooth handbook and find out what butons you have to push to get it to look for the phone...
I got ringtones from my microSD card on my Pantech Duo to set as ringtones by using another phone. I put my microSD card in another phone and bluetoothed them to my pantech duo. When i had bluetoothed all the ringtones i wanted onto my pantech duo, i removed my microSD card from the other phone and put it back in my pantech duo. Then i went to "Settings" on my pantech duo and then "sounds". The first option is "ringtones" so i used the circle button to select the ringtone i wanted and hit "done".