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Hi, LG HBM 730 Bluetooth Headset Wireless Headset does have the ability to auto answer a call. But it does that automatically (does not need settings for it).
Also you can set auto answer from your cell phone.I don't know the model of the cell phone you are using at the moment. So you will need to use the manual of the cell phone to know how to auto answer calls.
When you set the cellphones auto answer, then it will auto answer on your LG HBM 730 Bluetooth Headset Wireless Headset..
In order to connect via bluetooth to another mobile, both of your phones should activate or enable bluetooth. Go to your mobile's Connectivity settings and turn bluetooth from there. Then search for the mobile you want then choose connect or add device.
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Your "Passcode" is setup when you "Pair" with another Bluetooth appliance.
e.g If you want to connect to your friends phone via bluetooth to send a picture you would send via bluetooth and search for bluetooth device. When you select the one you wish to connect to it will attempt to "Pair" with it. At this point a "Passcode" maybe asked for if the bluetooth device you are pairing with has one set. If it does then you need to ask the person who owns the device for the "Passcode" before your picture can be sent/recieved.
Normally if you wish to set a passcode for your device it will either be in your bluetooth settings. Possibly even in "Security" in the bluetooth settings or it may just be in your "Security" settings.
This is very interesting, I have heard for other with the same problem and the same phone. It soulds like the unlocking process has disabled or dammaged your Bluetooth radio and/or settings. Do you know how your phone was unlocked?
Check in your device manager to see if your bluetooth device is enabled. Also check in the Bios settings and in your power management to see if there are any settings there for the bluetooth.
If there are no entries for bluetooth in device manager, you may need to buy a USB bluetooth adapter. I know that some models of Acer laptops are bluetooth capable, but do not have the internal bluetooth adapter.
to setup your bluetooth you will need to go to the phone settings, look for anything that deals with connectivity, once you find it you will see the bluetooth option, click ON then you will need to scroll down till you see search for devices. Turn on the bluetooth devise before searching for devices. The cell will automatically search, once it finds the devise it will ask or show all the devices in the area, look for your equipment, pair it and Voila!! Hope this was helpful
You need to have the Bluetooth code (a four digit number that should be with your vehicle documents)
- Turn Bluetooth at your phone.
- With the car ignition key at Position 0 (Off), pressand hold the phone key on your steering wheel.
- Whilst still holding the phone key down, turn the ignition key to position 1.
- release the phone key after about 3 seconds.
- The car display should then show "BLUETOOTH PAIRING" or similar.
- Search for new bluetooth devices with your phone.
- When the BMW unit is detected, select and enter the 4 digit PIN.
- Your phone should now work via the cars Bluetooth interface
If you access the settings menu on the player, you'll see the bluetooth settings. You'll need to turn on the bluetooth radio. Then on your bluetooth device you'll need to activate the "pairing" sequence. With both devices set to "pairing", look back on the player and check to see if it found the receiver in the bluetooth settings. You'll probably be asked to input a passkey. If the device doesn't require a passkey, then just accept and start playing music.
If you need more specific instructions, let me know and also include what device you are trying to pair with. I'll walk you through it.