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The JVC HA-W700BT doesn't auto connect with the iPhone? Why? I always have to go and connect it directly on the iPhone everytime I turn Bluetooth off or turn off the JVC. This is really annoying? Any fixes?

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H1! I have an X001 and an iphone.....everytime I shut my car off I lose my bluetooth connection and I have to re-establish my connection every time I get back in the car... Any ideas?


Are you using a bluetooth box? The bluetooth box will lose power when car is shut off as it is directly connected to the ACC (ignition) lead. I am going to paste the diagram here, but if it doesn't work and shows the big red X, I will follow up with a separate comment.

Please verify if this is the manner in which your system is wired, and we will work from there... Thank you!

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The Apple iPhone doesn't have the best battery life in the world but if you follow this simple guide it should provide you with a longer battery life.



1. Turn down the brightness: You can reduce the battery consumption by turning down the brightness of the screen. Select Settings, Brightness, and then drag the slider to around the 25 percent mark, or as low as you can stand.

2. Turn Wi-Fi and Bluetooth off: From the main menu, tap Settings, Wi-Fiand select the "Off" switch. Same goes with Bluetooth; if you're notusing a Bluetooth headset, make sure the Bluetooth radio is deactivated(Settings, General, Bluetooth).

3. Check e-mail less frequently: If you are using Pop Mail then you can save battery by checking it less frequently. Select Settings, Mail, Auto-Check, and pick either the "every 30 minutes" or (better still) "every hour" options.

4. Sync less frequently: If you sync with an Exchange server either turn it to manual or set it only to check periodically

5. Make sure "Auto-Lock" is on: TheiPhone will keep its bright screen burning unless you manually pressthe lock/sleep control. If you haven't already, make sure the iPhone's"Auto-Lock" feature is on: tap Settings, General, Auto-Lock, and then pick a time interval (the shorter the better).

6. Turn off the equalizer: Apple has always suggested turning off the iPhone’s built-in equalizer to conserve battery life. Tap Settings, iPod, Equalizer, then spin the roulette wheel up to Off.

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My bluetooth will not work


Hi. For you to be able to use the bluetooth. Make sure that it is turned on. Go to Settings > General > Bluetooth > it should be ON.

And if I may ask, what are you trying to connect/transfer with the bluetooth connection? Because from what I know, iPhones can only connect from another iPhone device. It doesn't work with any other devices.

Hope this helps. Have a great day!

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IPhone won't find device


then it is not compatible with your device

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My plantronics Pro bluetooth was working well until last night when I had to reset my IPhone. Now the bluetooth is not working. It appears as if it is not compatible. I tried my son's Iphone who did not...


Please bear in mind that newer phones are like small computers, so they may become corrupt over time and you may need to reset them every so often. Simply turn your phone off and remove again the battery for a few seconds, then replace the battery and turn it back on again. Make sure the phone doesn't have any bluetooth interference loaded on. On the link below for the Plantronics Voyager Pro look at "Listen to the Voice" for turning the headset on and off to reset for pairing and follow the pairing instructions in the manual.

Plantronics Voyager Pro+ User's Guide

Good luck from Headsets Direct!

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How to set up to iphone


First open the blueooth setting on the iphone
start the bluetooth service(turn on) on the iphone.
Power on the bluetooth headset.
search devices in iphone, wait till it finishes searching, until you see the name of your bluetooth headset.
the headset would blink two or three time(could be more depending on the brand)
then at the iphone screen a pop out will come asking for the passcode or passkey.
The passkey default would be always 0000 or 00000, you should see your product manual or documentation of your specific bluetooth headset if you are not sure on the passcode.
If connection is a success. the headset would blink and the iphone woould veify and lists it to itself.
Now you have a working bluetooth headset.

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Bluetooth connection to other bluetooth divices


Turn bluetooth on by settings-general-bluetooth. this will make it discoverable, follow direction with device you wish to connect, the iphone should recognize it when you turn it on, it will ask you for a pairing code. Enter that and it should connect.

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Apple ifone bluetooth


you have to make sure that bluetooth is turned on.

go to your home screen, touch settings, then general, then bluetooth, make sure the bluetooth switch is set to on.

Then follow your directions for the your headset for pairing, usually it involves holding the power button down for so many seconds, then it will enter a "pairing" mode where the headset is able to be seen by phones.

Once that happens it should pop up on the bluetooth page of the iPhone and it will ask for the devices password. Most devices the default password is 1111.

Hope this helps and enjoy your Iphone, I know I do ;)

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