I had the same problem before. Its probably your blue-tooth they have to look for your phone while its looking for the blue-tooth. You need to look in the blue-tooth handbook and find out what butons you have to push to get it to look for the phone...
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By pairing your KU990 and another device, you can set up a passcode protected connection. This means your pairing is more secure. 1 Check your Bluetooth is On and Visible. You can change your visibility in the Settings menu. 2 Touch Paired Devices then New. 3 Your KU990 will search for devices. When the search is completed Refresh and Add will appear on screen. 4 Choose the device you want to pair with and enter the passcode then touch OK. 5 Your phone will then connect to the other device, on which you should enter the same passcode. 6 You passcode protected Bluetooth connection is now ready.
Using a Bluetooth headset 1 Check your Bluetooth is On and Visible. 2 Follow the instructions that came with your headset to place your headset in pairing mode and pair your devices. 3 Touch Yes to Connect now. Your KU990 will automatically switch to Headset profile.
If you have any questions you can try reading the manual here http://www.in.lge.com/Product/Manual/KU990.pdf
It appears your phone might not be syncing up with the headset since there might not be any signal at all. Do you have some one else's head set you might be able to borrow in order to test this possible problem? Maybe even stop by a mall phone booth to see if the blue tooth head set they have there for demo will sync up with your phone [besides you can always walk away after you test that and not buy anything just dont tell them before hand..].
See if this helps figure out the problem. It's one of the ways to test the problem and find a solution.
Let me know how it goes!
p.s. sorry it has taken so long for some one to get back to you. Let us know if you found a solution to this problem already in the mean time!
Hi, i'm not sure what the Mac has to do with your Headset. You can register your blue tooth headset with any device that supports bluetooth. In fact, you can use your headset with multiple devices. Even your Mac can use bluetooth to connect to a headset (if you have bluetooth turned on, and not all Macs have factory bluetooth).
To 'register' your headset with the Treo is a two step process. on the Treo, make sure bluetooth connectivity is turned on, then you should have a menu that allows you to find/enroll a new bluetooth device. Before you tell it to find a bluetooth device, turn on your headset. Now tell the Treo to search for devices. If it doesn't find your headset, then press and hold the button on the side and it will send out signals that your Treo will see. The Treo might give you a password code and ask you to confirm this is the device you want to synch to. Usually '0000', but in any case say yes, so long nobody else is around trying to do the same thing you are within 30'. That should do it. I don't think the Treo has voice recognition, which makes dialing on my Nokia a breeze, for true hands-free operation, nothing beats it. Also note, the Treo has been know to have issues loosing bluetooth connectivity with the headset and not reconnecting with a re-boot. so long you keep the two devices near each other, this shouldn't be a problem. stephen
Hello, Sir 1st tap on start . 2nd tap on settings. 3rd tap on connections. 4th tap/select bluetooth Icon. 5th tap on mode there mar both Turn on bluetooth & Make my device visible to others. 6th add new device. 7th u will see the name there of ur bluetooth device / Headset. 8th select the one wch is ur. 9th enter a pass key 0000 10th make ths device authorised and connect to headset
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To identify where the problem is, try connecting another bluetooth device (like another phone, or a bluetooth headset). The other device will most likely connect. If it does, try contacting the manufacturer of the dongle, they will probably have a simple solution to fix it.
If it does not connect to another device, try deleting the bluetooth devices stored in phone (especially ones you dont use, but you may need to delete more/all depending on the situation) and add then. This fixes connection issues the majority of the time with very little trouble since rebonding what you need later is a simple task.
Hi fazioli73, With Bluetooth enabled cell phones, if it has a music player, the only device the music player will recognize to output audio is a set of Bluetooth Headphones, not a Bluetooth Headset. Once you have the Bluetooth Headphones, set them into pairing mode.Then go into your Bluetooth options in your phone, and go into add/search for device. Once your phone recognizes your Bluetooth headphones, and you have it set as your main Bluetooth device, your music player should play through the headphones at that point. Sincerely, Gina, Communities Connection Manager Creating meaningful communication in a virtual world