No connection withe nokia HS-36W bluetooth headset
I have just bought a new nokia 6230i replacing my 6230. I cannot get my Nokia HS-36W bluetooth headset to pair with my new handset. However it does pair with my old 6230. Is their any way of pairing the bluetooth headset without having to buy a new one.
Re: no connection withe nokia HS-36W bluetooth headset
Go into the bluetooth menu, with phone bluetooth on.
next, select paired devices, select new.
now the headset hold the volume + and - at the same time to re-set the headset, NOT the phone + and - / the headset only
this will re-set the headset and paired it to the new phone.
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if you can pair this device go to paring mode by pressing the answer/end key and the volume up( +) key at the same time over 5 seconds until the blue indicator light lights up.
after do this try to paring again.
First of all check the charging connector if ok then check the connection to f100(charging fuse 0 ohams) if ok then check the fuse if ok then ckeck the charging diode if also ok then its problum from the UEM change this.
Press and hold the On/Off button until the blue light flashes, then search for your headset.
This is to initiate the headset for pairing, otherwise it hides from other phones to prevent unintended pairing.