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BLUETOOTH HEADSET NOT WORKING

Hi there, My bluetooth headset has suddenly stopped transmitting sound from the phone. The connection is there and the menu 'transfer sound to phone' comes up - but its already in the phone and not the headset. Have tried two other headsets but still no audio? Any ideas?

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Oh will try when get home! Thanks for the advice - just one thing though - the sound has gone totally on the phone now - no ringing when calls come in, no sound when alarm is meant to ring, nothing when texts arrive???? Have checked it's not on silent so guess it could all be connected......have I got a duff handset????

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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You may try this, but it may make no difference so please don't take it hard.

When you are in the transfer sound menu of your phone, press and hold the key on your headset for five full seconds.

You may also have to go through the connect to device menu all over again and choose remove device and then add device, the pin code is usually all zeros.

If this helps you good. If not, please don't rate this solution but respond using the comment box below. There are other things to do, just try this first.

Regards,
Worldvet

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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