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BLUETOOTH WILL NOT CONNECT

When u go to the bluetooth link on my motorola v710 cell phone u hit find me and it says discoverable in 60 seconds and keeps on flashing on and off and wont connect you even try to find another device and it wont do it what can do to get it to connect?

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Is this for transfering to another phoen bluetooth or connecting to a hands free device, i need to kwno that information before i help you connect.

Posted on May 30, 2008

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version 1.1 / DUN profile carrier-dependent

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