I've tried turning the bluetooth setting off and then back on. Tried restarting the phone. Tried clicking on the "Find Me" feature and the phone still can't find my Motorola H500 earpiece.
I also had it set up to connect with iSync on my PowerBook and MacBook Pro, and now it doesn't work either
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1. Turn on your bluetooth and make sure that it's not connected to other devices. 2. Put the Bluetooth in seeking mode(searching for devices) 3. Go to your iphone and go to settings, General, Bluetooth and turn it on. 4. Once your phone picks up the Bluetooth click it. Then it will then ask you for a 4 digit pass code. Standard ones are 1234 or 0000. 5. If that still doesn't work try turning off your Bluetooth and then turn it back on holding the power button. This will allow it to restart and start again. (this is what I did for mine) then repeat the process again. Hope this helps.
have you tried to restart your phone? if not, kindly try it and if your phone is still the same way you can try restoring it to its factory setting by clicking the menu-->settings-->phone-->phone management-->factory settings and select yes or try to master reset your mobile by just dial *#7370# and accept but before that i suggest that you should back up your file first.
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Uninstall the WLAN Bluetooth driver from the system properly and restart the system and after restarting the system then reinstall the driver properly and restart the system again and after starting the system then check
You might want to try to Reset Settings and see if that works first
1. Go to Menu
2. Select the Settings tab
3. Select Phone Settings icon
4.Select Reset Settings.
Once you do this, turn your phone off and back on, and try this next if u have Bluetoot of turn it back on.
1. Go to the Bluetooth icon
2. And select Settings
3. Select My Address
Make sure your My Bluetooth shows an address like
00:1k:54:nj:54:m5 (not a real address but should be same form)
If your bluetooth addres has been removed or corrupted contact me back.
I'm having the same problem as you. I just tried turning off the phone and head set, restarting them, and then following these instructions exactly:
Seemed to work. For now...
sir,u try by going to menu>>settings>.connectivity>bluetooth>bluetooth settings>>bt visibility>>shown to all then restart ur phone after restoring handset then try to turn it on..else there is a fault in handset regarding bluetooth function.