Today i was outside mowing the lawn and i had my cell att 8525 playing music out of my bluetooth headphones. about a half hour into it the phone just completely shut off. it still wont start up and ive tried every option ive seen. hard reset, soft reset, taking the battery out, nothing happens.
I had a similar problem, 80% battery phone randomly shut itself off and would not start again. no lights if I plugged in charger or anything to indicate phone was getting juice. Found a diagram of the motherboard, located the fuse and operated on my phone. If I touched the 2 ends of the fuse with tweezers and plug in cord, got the red light with no battery. This indicated fuse bad. put a little trail of sodder to connect the 2 ends of fuse and put battery in and presto, I now have working phone with no power fuse. Could burn up some day but was going to be trashed anyway as out of warranty.
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Hi fazioli73, With Bluetooth enabled cell phones, if it has a music player, the only device the music player will recognize to output audio is a set of Bluetooth Headphones, not a Bluetooth Headset. Once you have the Bluetooth Headphones, set them into pairing mode.Then go into your Bluetooth options in your phone, and go into add/search for device. Once your phone recognizes your Bluetooth headphones, and you have it set as your main Bluetooth device, your music player should play through the headphones at that point. Sincerely, Gina, Communities Connection Manager Creating meaningful communication in a virtual world