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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your limit would have crossed there are a particular no of devices that could be paired
Pair your Verizon Motorola Droid 2 smartphone with a Bluetooth device using these steps:
1. From the Home screen tap Menu > Settings app.
2. Tap Wireless & networks.
3. Tap Bluetooth settings.
4. Ensure that Bluetooth is checked.
5. Turn the Bluetooth device on and set it to discoverable if required.
6. Tap Scan for devices.
7. The Droid 2 should locate any devices in the area. You may need to enter a password. Most devices have a password of 0000 (four zeros).
The Bluetooth indicator should now show in the notification area. This indicates you are paired successfully.
Hi Please follow the Instruction and set your motorola bluetooth in Nokia Phone
1 Press the Menu button on your Nokia phone and select "Settings" from the available options.
2 Select "Connectivity" from the Settings menu and then "Bluetooth" from the menu that appears.
3 Ensure that the first line on
the Bluetooth menu says "Bluetooth On." If the line reads "Bluetooth
Off," select the line and change the setting to have the Bluetooth
4 Power on your Motorola headset
and put it in discovery mode. Discovery mode is indicated by a solid
(non-blinking) blue light on the back of the headset. You can put your
headset in discoverable mode by pressing and holding down the "On"
button for eight seconds. In the case of a headset with a sliding on/off
switch, simply slide the button to the "On" position and hold it there
for eight seconds.
5 Select "Search for audio enhanc" from the available options on your Bluetooth menu.
6 Select your Motorola headset
from the list of items that appear. Your Nokia phone will list all of
the Bluetooth-enabled devices powered on nearby.
7 Enter the passkey for your Motorola headset when prompted. The default passkey for all Motorola headsets is 0000.
8 Start using your headset with
your Nokia phone. The two will be permanently connected, with no need to
repeat the pairing process in the future.
In the bluetooth menu turn the function on, next turn on discoverable mode. Press and hold the power button on the bluetooth until the light turns on steady, usually 10 seconds or longer. Next on your phone select "search for a new device". It should find the bluetooth. It will ask for a PIN number enter 0000 (four zeros) then select pair. It should automatically connect every time after this. Be sure to turn the discoverable mode off so other devices cannot access your phone. Good luck to you
its possible its your friends phone, make sure your bluetooth is completely on by going to "turn on blutooth" first then make your phoen discoverabel and try it with soemone elses phone. it doesnt matter that it flashes, as liong as it as the lil blue tooth sign on the top of the screen, only problem with that phoen is its supports limited files throguh bluetooth
Supported Profiles: HSP, HFP, DUN version 1.1 / DUN profile carrier-dependent
Bluetooth doesn't shut off on its own unless you turn off your phone. In the bluetooth options, you should be able to select "Turning Bluetooth On", "Turning Bluetooth Off", or "Using Discovery Mode (60 seconds)." Discovery Mode, which I believe is what your using, is only used when connecting to another device.
My question for you is, what kind of device are you trying to connect to?