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Nokia 6300 Data Transfer

I have a nokia 6300 and even though my bluetooth is enabled and visable and my GPRS is available when nescassary my phone will not connect to my Sat Nav or my PC, i have gone through the pairing process but still no joy, any tips???

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Just check the visibility of your bluetooth, If it is hidden then you cannot pair other devices. You have to set the visibility as "show to all". It will be under bluetooth settings.

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