Paired devices and both see each other. When trying to connect macbook pro to the phones network and error pops up.
Bluetooth Network Failed.
Failed to open a connection to the network service. Your device may have reached its maximum number of supported network connections.
Any help would greatly appreciated.
It worked about a week ago before my hard drive failed. I sent laptop back to apple and they installed a new hard drive.
All my original info was wiped clean. I was not able to back up my hard drive. Shame on me. I lost thousands of pictures and hundreds of songs. Just don't know what I'm doing wrong. Please help....
You can connect and synchronize your device with the pc using bluetooth. ON your device tap
2) Make sure that Bluetooth on both your device & the computer are turned on and set to visible mode.
3)Tap MENU-CONNECT VIA BLUETOOTH.
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Ascertain that the notebook has multimedia programs that allow transferability. For example, the notebook should have programs that makes internetworking media possible. Computers that have itunes network pages makes device to device transfers possible. Ascertain the computer has an internet connection. While on the network, surt the phones website to ascertain whether allows media transferability. Also while capturing computer network pages of phone provider, media acquisition either as ringtones or media texcts becomes achievable.
Although this is hard to diagnose with the information given I hope this may help.First we need to do a permissions repair. Open the Hard drive icon on your desktop> Applications> Utility Folder (near the bottom)> Disk utility> Select your Disk (the one under the main drive description)> click "Verify Permissions" when that is complete> Click "Repair Permissions" if it finds permission issues.
Next: Open System Preferences> select Network> Select Airport> Select the Drop down menu> Select Edit locations> Name location> If DHCP is not automatic then select DHCP. Click apply then restart.
If unable to connect then reset Airport by unplugging from back and waiting 30 seconds for memory to clear and replugging back in. Wait for all lights to become steady, then attempt to connect again.
Verizon, the ones who sent me the router, helped me fix the problem. The router/modem software has to be updated because the old software can't work with the new version of leopard. The technical support guy did all of the updating via a screen share, so your best bet is to call the company who sent you the router and get their help.
The phone connection would need to go through the blue tooth regardless of if you're using the phone connection or not. Check to see that you have bluetooth turned on and setup first. Then you'll need to use that to create the settings for using the phone as a modem. However, if you are using Windows on your Mac, you will need to make sure that your computer has the drivers installed to be able to both connect to the Internet and to connect to your phone. Once that is set up, you still need to go through the steps to use bluetooth to connect your phone to your computer, establishing a connection. There are quite a few articles about creating connections through your phone as a modem. http://mobileoffice.about.com/od/typesofaccessavailable/ht/bluetoothphone.htm http://www.theinternetpatrol.com/how-to-connect-your-computer-to-the-internet-using-your-cell-phone-as-a-wireless-internet-connection-or-tethered-modem