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Mobile phone connection problem continues

Pairing the phone doesn't seem to be the problem -- it's sending a photo file from the phone to another device using Bluetooth -- that's the problem. I keep getting a "connection failed" error message. Anything else I should try

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  • kaari peterson
    kaari peterson Jul 30, 2008

    I deleted all searched devices and tried again -- still no luck.

  • kaari peterson
    kaari peterson Jul 30, 2008

    Sorry. I'm not sure what you mean. Are you talking about connecting another Bluetooth to my laptop?

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Dear,
delete all searched devices and then try again.

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Try to used another usb plugin blutooth..

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