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Bluetooth frozen I have a Samsung D900, my Bluetooth is permanently searching for devices which causes my phone to last only a couple of hours. I have tried to deactivate, but then my phone freezes... Anyone got a solution?

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  • robjones Sep 04, 2007


    Thnaks, but it didn't work.... any other suggestions?

  • debbie5000 Mar 03, 2008

    yes my d900 keeps freezing my phone anytime i try to switch it off...thgank uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu i just tried the manufacturing default and it worked for my phonenow av been aving this bluetooth problem for the past 2weeks thank you am happy u restored my phone.

  • kgskaug Nov 17, 2008

    I had exactly the same problem.
    Resetting to Factory Defaults (through the normal Menu) did not work.
    The EEP reset code suggested by "Level4" worked for me. Slightly scary, but my Bluetooth is now at least off. Didn't need it very much anyway.
    Thanks, Level4!



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RobJones, Your bluetooth chip needs to be replaced. Unfortunately you cannot do anything about this. There is fixing resin (glue, underfill)around the bluetooth module. Sometimes, if phone has been dropped or bent, the resin will be cracked. If authorized repair service will see this, they will qualify it as BER (Beyond Economical Repair)-Customer abuse. Not authorized service can try to replace it because there is 99% chance, that everything will be ok ;)

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  • Level4 Sep 29, 2007

    Well... There is another chance what to do... But it will delete all of data from the phone.

    You can type *2767*3855#. Your phone will be re-seted to original settings (so bluetooth should be disabled). This possibly will disable your bluetooth chip and a problem with short battery life will be solved. If you will decide to try it , let me know, if battery life was better than before.

    If you want to use your bluetooth, it needs to be replaced.

    Level4 tech.

  • Level4 May 11, 2008

    This security code are zeros (00000000) I don't know how many zeros, but type as much as is possible and then OK. Code "12345" is for Nokia ;)




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Thanks it worked for my phone manufacturing default

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I had the same problem went to two authourised repaiers first turned bluetooth off and second reflashed sofware phone still ate batteries in 3 to 4 hrs eventually replaced as they have a two year warranti

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Try to put back your default factory settings. It will ask you to put the security code. It should be 12345 or 01234. I think it will not erase your personal datas, but it will reset anything to the first day you bought it :)

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