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Wireless transfer bluetooth

I have the headphone picture top right cornor, and it says i need to connect from wireless transfer when i try to connect to another blutooth, like headset. thing is i have deleted all blutooth paired devices and turned blutooth of and it is still showing, i cannot hear anyone that rings me.

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  • alam35 Sep 28, 2008

    my n70 showing headset icon even device is not atteched .i cannot hear anyone ring

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May be u should try to change the headset status to looset status and again to headset. It may solve ur problem.
For it, open the settings, open the enhancements.
In it, there is a menu called Enhancement in use. In it, change headset to loopset or text phone. Restart the phone. And in the same option, change it to headset later !!!
I think ur problem can be solved by this.
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Posted on May 05, 2008

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