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Bluetooth Problems Bluetooth range is only about two feet. Phone will find and accept nearly all makes and models but will disconnect at a range of about two feet.

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  • george6762 Jun 10, 2008

    I did as you suggested. Did not improve. Phone was returned to service center.

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    BLUETOOTH

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Try updating software..if tat doesnt wrk it is better if u turn them in to ur SE service station

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I want to retrieve my contact numbers on PC


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  1. 1
    Activate your phone's Bluetooth. If you're unsure about how to do this, look under Settings or Controls.
  2. 2
    Purchase a Bluetooth adapter. If your computer does not have the hardware for a Bluetooth/Infrared this connection, then buy the adapter, sometimes called a 'dongle'. The common BT/I adapter plugs into a USB port. If you're on a budget, look for a used one online - they can be quite inexpensive. This adapter will have software for the connection process, which lets you transfer files from the computer to your phone, or vice versa.
    • Some computers, such as MacBooks, are already outfitted with Bluetooth devices, and won't require one of these cables. If you're unsure about whether or not your computer has this capability, search for the information online.
  3. 3
    Make sure Bluetooth is turned on on both your computer and your phone.
    • If you have a Mac, you can make sure your Bluetooth is on by clicking on the Bluetooth symbol on the right side of the upper toolbar. The symbol should be to the left of the Date and Time and should look like some triangles.
    • On a Vista, go to Control Panel -> Network and Internet Connection -> Bluetooth Devices.
  4. 4
    Make sure you are standing within 30 feet of your computer. Bluetooth does not work more than 30 feet away.
  5. 5
    On your phone, find the data you wish to transfer.
  6. 6
    Go to the menu, and select Copy or Send.
  7. 7
    Choose the Bluetooth option.
  8. 8
    Once you confirm that you want to enable Bluetooth, the Bluetooth menu in the phone will pop up automatically.
  9. 9
    Select the "Look for Devices" option.
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    Select your device from the list that appears.
  11. 11
    A request will be sent to your device asking for you to accept the sent picture.
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    Accept the request, and the data will be sent.

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My wife and I have identical Samsung GT S5230 phones. Both will pair with my Kia Ceed bluetooth. The head unit will accept 5 devices but both will not connect with the unit at the same time meaning we...


the issue with Bluetooth connections is that with two headsets and two phones, you have to have your firmware set up to handle ONLY ONE set per phone. This means that if you set it to ONLY accept YOUR headset on your phone, it should work regardless of any other Bluetooth capable devices in range. If there are two possible devices in range and the phone is set to accept either one, it does not know where to send the signal -- and as a security feature, it turns the Bluetooth off so in a crowd no one can use your phone, or listen in on your conversations.
Setting your Bluetooth to accept only one device (being your headset) should allow you to work in the car next to your wife, but will also limit you on which headset you can use -- if you accidentally grab your wife's headset as you are out the door on your way to work, it will not function until you open the channel again. I am not even sure if every Bluetooth capable phone has a function to limit their connectivity, but if this issue is bothering you a lot it might be worth a look in your Bluetooth settings).
Just as a test, and because it sparked my curiosity, I recommend trying this:
Be out of range for your wife's headset and make a phone call on your headset to someone who is willing to hold on the line while you do this. Then, while you are connected with your Bluetooth to your friend, sit in your car with your wife and her phone and Bluetooth. The connection to the headset on your phone should be locked in place from the beginning of the phone call, and so it should not cut out when your wife's Bluetooth headset comes into range of your phone. While this conversation with your friend is still going on on your headset, have your wife make a call on her headset if she can. Because there is only one Bluetooth device available (since yours is in use) she should be able to make the connection with her phone, in spite of it being in proximity to yours. Finally ... hang up your phone, and have your wife do the same. With both phones inactive, try placing a call from the Bluetooth on one of the phones -- the system may set your headset as the default device for your phone, and your wife's would do the same, and the issue should be rectified.
I make no guarantees that this will work ... I am not all that familiar with the complexities of the Bluetooth wireless system and whether or not you can set the system this way, but it is worth a shot. The system may be designed to prevent this type of back door approach, but it would seem reasonable that it could work. Best of luck to you!

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Dear User,

Are you referring to playing music from another device (mobile phone) into the speakers of your laptop or vice versa?

Is yes then you must first switch on the Bluetooth on your laptop as well as mobile, if playing from phone you send to use the option play via Bluetooth in the phone, simultaneously accept the pop up options as yes on the PC to enable the wireless play.

If playing from PC to wireless speakers of mobile then right click on the on the bluetooth icon near the system date, select quick connect>> hand free audio/stereo audio/audio gateway as applicable>> find devices in range and select to play, also simultaneously accept any notifications if displayed on the phone.

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The bluetooth icon is on and i do not use a bluetooth would like to make this icon go away! am i being charged for this bluetooth?


No, bluetooth connectivity has no charge. What it does is it shortens the stand by time of your phone, or to put it simply, it drains battery.
However, turning it off depends on the brand or model of your phone, but normally, you'll find it in Phone Settings> Connectivity> Bluetooth

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I want to add a bluetooth headset


First you have to buy one, :) the procedure for adding bluetooth is to enable it in your phone, in settings, turn it on, then the phone has to search for the device, when it finds it, a name will pop up in it's search, then you have to tell the phone to "pair" the device and it will work. Be sure your bluetooth is turned on. To make the bluetooth device available for pairing, usually you hold the button down on it for 8 seconds til it beeps or changes color. To use your phone normally after, you have to shut off the bluetooth or else the speaker and mic won't work on the phone - it will go to the bluetooth. Bluetooth is basically a short range radio signal that works for about 10 feet, the phone sends and the device receives.

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