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Re: Remove phone from bluetooth handsfree car unit's...
Sorry but what do you mean by?:-
'The car unit will not allow me to use the colour previously used'
It should be the phone with the memory and the search facility for finding your car headset device, not the device looking for the phone.
Once you have searched for new devices and found the headset with a different phone, the headset will not be able to connect with more than one device and should lose the old phone connection.
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you cannot use the Nokia E65 with KDC BT100 bluetooth handsfree unit (an external unit to add bluetooth capabilities to your compatible Kenwood car stereo) unless you are running a firmware release >2.x
You can read your Nokia phone's firmware release by typing: *#0000#
With any firmware older than 2.x, the phone will find the BT100 and even pair with it, but the phone will not show up on BT100's phone list.
In some cases, Nokia E65 can also *crash* the BT100 unit. If this happens, the BT100 will disappear from your car stereo's menu. The only way to bring it back to live is to unplug the power of your car stereo. A simple off/on cycle will not be enough.
The Touch Pro 2 has a non-Microsoft Bluetooth v2.1 stack and does mess about with some car kits, especially the built-in factory bluetooth. My car will connect but will not patch the sound through from the phone to the car! It's a pain...
No such thing as unpairing, remember that not all bluetooth devices are compatible. A complete list of phones that are compatible are located on motorola's website, under consumer products, bluetooth. BTW, if you don't know the pin to pair the devices is 0000
Disconnecting your car battery would clear the memory but ideally you need to update the firmware of your car kit through a bluetooth connection, instructions and software to do this can be found at http://www.parrot.com/uk/support/downloads. You need the Parrot software update tool. Instructions to do this are at http://www.parrot.com/uk/support/downloads/texte_fck_2/image/ck3x00_update_procedure__en.pdf for XP or http://www.parrot.com/documents/en/support/parrotck3100-vistaupgradeprocedureeng.pdf for Vista. Hope this helps if you haven't figured this out for yourself already.
You have to first pair your phone with the head unit. After that is successful, unpair it on your phone, but keep the bluetooth on. Go to individual contacts, and select "send using bluetooth". If the contact transfer is successful, the phone number will appear in the Phone Book list on the head unit, the next time you pair it.