To identify where the problem is, try connecting another bluetooth device (like another phone, or a bluetooth headset). The other device will most likely connect. If it does, try contacting the manufacturer of the dongle, they will probably have a simple solution to fix it.
If it does not connect to another device, try deleting the bluetooth devices stored in phone (especially ones you dont use, but you may need to delete more/all depending on the situation) and add then. This fixes connection issues the majority of the time with very little trouble since rebonding what you need later is a simple task.
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By pairing your KU990 and another device, you can set up a passcode protected connection. This means your pairing is more secure. 1 Check your Bluetooth is On and Visible. You can change your visibility in the Settings menu. 2 Touch Paired Devices then New. 3 Your KU990 will search for devices. When the search is completed Refresh and Add will appear on screen. 4 Choose the device you want to pair with and enter the passcode then touch OK. 5 Your phone will then connect to the other device, on which you should enter the same passcode. 6 You passcode protected Bluetooth connection is now ready.
Using a Bluetooth headset 1 Check your Bluetooth is On and Visible. 2 Follow the instructions that came with your headset to place your headset in pairing mode and pair your devices. 3 Touch Yes to Connect now. Your KU990 will automatically switch to Headset profile.
If you have any questions you can try reading the manual here http://www.in.lge.com/Product/Manual/KU990.pdf
The T-Mobile G1 doesn't actually support file transfer through bluetooth :S So it's not faulty, it's just not programmed to do that. Sorry! However it should be able to find your bluetooth headset, it always finds mine. Maybe the headset is faulty?
Hi, to pair this device first make sure it is powered off. Then press and keep holding the power on button (large round one on the front). After a few seconds the LED will illuminate blue and then after a couple more seconds will flash red and blue. Now you should be able to pair with it. Regards, Nik.
There actually is a trick to the HS850 - flip the boom closed, then
hold down the button just until the light holds solid - IMMEDIATELY
after it does flip the boom open and this should keep the light solid.
Then on your cell/device search for bluetooth devices - you should be
able to find it now. Passkey for most devices is 0000.
You must use the N800 connection manager and connect to your phone with bluetooth. You need to pair the two devices. then, you must connect your phone to a GPRS and use your N800 to browse the internet.
You must operate your bluetooth headset HBH-PV700 in discovery mode in order for your mobile to discover the headset and then pair the two devices. To activate the discovery mode of your headset, while it is switched OFF press the switch on button and leave it pressed for approximately 10 seconds, then search for it with your mobile and pair the devices. most of the times the code needed for pairing is 0000 (zeros)