Question about Samsung X820 Cellular Phone
While the specific user interfaces implemented by manufacturers may differ from device to device, there are still some very basic steps to go through in connecting two devices for the first time. Users should always conduct the pairing process in a secure environment.
Charge the Devices
If the devices are new Bluetooth devices, often they must be charged before they can connect or turn on. This is particularly true of new Bluetooth headsets, which must be charged before use.
Power Up the Devices
Power up the devices you are trying to pair. With some devices, like Bluetooth wireless headsets, powering up the device also initiates the pairing process.
Turn the Bluetooth Functionality On
The Bluetooth functionality in a device may or may not be turned on when you receive the device. For many computers, users will need to turn the Bluetooth radio on from the control panel or system preferences.
Make the Devices Visible
As a security measure, some devices allow the Bluetooth functionality to be off, hidden, or visible. When trying to connect devices, users should make the devices visible so the devices can discover one another. After the devices are paired, users can set the devices to hidden if they have concerns about their devices being discovered by others.
Place Both Devices in the Connection Mode
After both devices are charged, powered up, and the Bluetooth functionality is turned on, each device needs to initiate a communication session. Typically, in a connection between two devices, one device acts as the “host” and the other device acts as the ”guest.” The device in the host role is the one with the user interface from which most of the connection setup will take place. A device can be in the host role with one device and in the guest role with another device. For example, in a phone and wireless headset pairing, the phone is the host. However, in a phone and laptop pairing, the laptop is the host.
Enter the Passcode
After the two devices have discovered one another, the user will be asked to enter in a passcode in one if not both of the devices. In some cases, like with wireless headsets, the passcode is a fixed passcode assigned to the headset by the manufacturer. In those cases, the user enters the assigned passcode into the host device. The user will find this passcode in the user manual. In other cases, the user will be able to enter in his/her own passcode. In these cases, the user will enter the passcode once into each device. It is highly recommended that users employ an eight character alphanumeric passcode for the one-time pairing process. After the passcode is entered, the devices will validate one another and complete the establishment of a trusted connection.
Deleting or Disconnecting Trusted Devices
When should a user delete or disconnect a trusted device? If one of your Bluetooth enabled devices is lost or stolen, you should unpair that device with all the devices to which it was previously paired.
How do you unpair or delete a trusted device? For devices like a mobile phone or computer, the user should go into the device connectivity settings and find the list of trusted devices. The user should then have the option of adding a new device or deleting a trusted device. Highlight the device you want to delete and push the delete button. A device like a keyboard or mouse, which only has a button or switch as a user interface, can only connect to one device at a time. To delete its previous trusted device, the mouse or keyboard just needs to be connected to a new device
Or you can try this:
Bluetooth Mobile Phone to Bluetooth Personal Computer
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
have you put in a code this is usually 1234 or 0000 these codes are put in both units to pair them. the same number has to be put in both devices.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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