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Bluetooth problem after update firmware to lasted version..bluetooth was not working propertly please help]

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I would suggest what I ended up doing... Go to the website of your earpiece if that is the root of the problem. The LG's manual is imcomplete in many aspects, especially regarding the setup of Bluetooth accessories.

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Blutooth not on

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Whenever I purchase a new electronic device, the first thing I do is update the firmware. This has me in a bind in this case.

I updated my Nuvi firmware, then my BT firmware.

A few days later, I got the "Enabling Bluetooth" hang. I followed the advice on this page, but "Bluetooth Firmware Update" would not appear in the webupdate list.

1. Browse here and install the latest version of WebUpdater:
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2. Turn on your Nuvi, press view map, press speed, press and hold the middle of the speedometer (the circle that says 0.0mph in it). After five seconds (maybe a bit longer), the engineering menu will appear.

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