BDEATH here. A first NOKIA 6600 i noticed that on some brands works just fine. i had the same as yours and it was a logitech hands free headset.. Try 2 ways. first one is to search for a new bluetooth device by sending a photo, and then save the bluetooth device name. Second just find your bluetooth settings and try to turn it on. It may asked you to look for devices by itself. In both cases have your device turn ON.
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If you cannot answer calls probably the answer to this problem that either your BlueTooth handsfree headset device is either malfuctioning or that when you registered the handsfree device you did not search for the service profiles and lock those in or either the handsfree headset device does not have an microphone.
in most nokia N series, you will have your handsfree device paired to your cellphone. it also depends on your handsfree model. some bluetooth handsfree models are not compatible with nokia N series. Jabra handsfree models are compatible with nokia phones. best buy.
Yes, many HTC models tend to do this. As you insert the plug a signal is generated which makes the phone think that you've pressed and briefly held the handsfree's dial button and so it takes it as a command to redial last number..
All you can do is to turn the phone off before plugging in the handsfree, or get ready to hit the call disconnect button each time you connect it with the power turned on.
Best fix is to abandon the wired version completely and use a BlueTooth handsfree instead.
In some countries (such as here in the UK) a wired handsfree falls foul of the laws regarding driving whilst using a handheld phone and the handsfree solution must be one which allows the driver to be completely physically separated from the phone and which holds the handset securely and safely away, i.e. you can't have the phone lying unrestrained, nor can it be in the driver's pocket.