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I ma having nokia6275 phone and bluetooth i want to connect again but in pairdevice option it is not connected

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Hi.If possible delete all the paired device, reboot your phone and try to connect it.Sometimes this problems occur due to almost full of pair device.Good luck

Posted on Oct 13, 2011

  • sachin deshpande Oct 13, 2011

    i have tried that one also but still pair device search found no device error.even if bluetooth is on

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