I have been using my Garmin 610T for several weeks connected to a samsung G600 with no problem. Then the phone connection started to drop out and reset. I gat a message on the 610t PHONE DISCONNECTED every 30 seconds, the phone reconnects for about 30 seconds and then it goes again. I had not changed anything. I have now updated the bluetooth firmware but it has made no difference. I have removed all the pairing on both devices and repaired but still have the problem.
have a samsung phone and bought a garmin 360. paired fine and phone worked, voice command and all. after updating the garmin, i can no longer get the two to communicate, although they are recognized. i get messages like phone connection failed. gps screen also goes to bluetooth disabled and when i touch enable, the screen freezes forever....have to restart...tried going baack to older version, but lost maps... what a pain huh?
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You might need to install the driver for you phone. You can find that on google or you can use samsungs software which can be found here:
Try opening (my computer) after pluging in the cable and turning on the samsung. See if the computer picks up the Samsung, if not leave it pluged in and turn off and back on the Samsung. You should see it in (My Computer) along with your hard drive and dvd rom. if not go to the Samsung webpage and see if you can find your G600 and download the software to Sync your computer with the G600. Make sure you have the right OS and hardware to Sync it. If you have Bluetooth you can go to someplace Like Best Buy and get a USB Bluetooth for your computer and transfer pics through wireless buletooth.
In standby mode, press Menu. Highlight Applications and click Select. Highlight Bluetooth and click Select, or just press 4. Highlight My devices and click Select, or just press 2. Put
your remote device into pairing mode. You can find out how to do this
from the manual that came with the device. When the device is in
pairing mode, highlight Search new device and click Select. If Bluetooth is not activated on your G600, you'll be prompted to switch it on. Click Yes. The
G600 will search for all the Bluetooth devices in the proximity. The
type of device will be indicated by the icon to the left of it, so you
can clearly see if the device is a PC, a phone or a remote headset. You'll
be asked to enter the PIN number to connect to the device. This is in
the documentation that came with the remote device but if in doubt, try
1234 or 0000, as these are the most common PINs. Once connected, the device's icon will turn orange on the My devices screen, and when you press the red End call key to return to standby mode, you'll see the headphone icon on the top row of the screen. Your
headset will now be paired permanently with your G600. Switch the
device off to disconnect it, and next time you switch it on the phone
will connect automatically, providing your Blueooth is activated (go to
Menu, Applications, Bluetooth, Activation, On to activate Bluetooth).
My apologies for the copy past guide, I have never used a samsung phone.
Hi there. I actually had this problem before, you have to delete all the bluetooth connections from the phone then put the cars b/tooh into pairing mode, search for the blue tooth from the phone and pair it. What you need to do now is make sure that it is paired and go into options, you then have to authorise that connection. That should sort that out!
No, I Iive close to the M11, A14, A11 in North Essex, England...and the problem continues. Really I've given up. Having tried mounting the arial in different positions in the car (both horizontally and vertically behind the front windscreen) I still have not "linked" with Trafficmaster and the only subscriptions showing are one for the USA and one for France. Fat lot of good that does me!!!!