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Actually Samsung galaxy s 3 do have some problems due the case have been filed in the court and the war was started between apple and Samsung. So i might some time create problems for the user in Bluetooth and other functions. So sir stay **** and wait for the update and update your phone into android jelly beans it will help you.
I'm sorry to tell you this, but the fact is that, most Samsung phones are having blue-tooth problems. Some times it might work and other times it might not work. Blue-tooth on most Samsung phones don't work at all and yet they claim to have blue-tooth.
I am saying this out of experience and you can ask other Samsung users confirm this.
I have come across a lot of Samsung phones with this problem, but the fault is from the maker (Samsung) of the phone.
So, you can adapt to the phone like that, or go for another product like Nokia that has an efficient blue-tooth,
Yes! That's definately your bluetooth indicator. Btw, there should be an icon glossary. try setting and tools/phone info/icon glossary. As far as the BT indicator check your bluetooth menu and disable it, assuming you have no BT peripherals as evidenced by your lack of understanding regarding the BT icon and effects of peripheral hardware on battery life.
You may also wish to do a little research on crop circles. But try not to get too weirded out.