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Bluetooth I recently repaired my V3i because it got wet. Now everything works fine except the BLUETOOTH. It is unable to find any devices in a room full of possible connections. Do I need to replace something or can I fix this problem with a Flash or Flex...?

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Bluetooth uses a technique called spread-spectrum frequency hopping. It changes frequencies 1,600 times every second. A frequency of 2.45 gigahertz (actually between 2.402 GHz and 2.480 GHz, to be exact). For the bluetooth device to work at 100% it needs to be 100% compatiable. More than likely, if you change your earpiece device, you should be able to pickup your songs. If you go to the VerizonWireless website, they should have 100% compatiable devices. 1.yep simply attach the cable start your motorola ponetools and tada you are done 2.pleace select your bluetooth in your menu and you see bluetooth turn on for fuw minits or scoend set it for long time




try to use the service after removing the memory card and than try, if the same problem presist than the problem is with the BT connector, it will be solved by any local vendor nearby u, and if it works after pluging out the memory card than format the memory card once and than try...... take the bacup of ur data first.

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What you need to do is take your phone to a service center and have them reflash the firmware, that will correct the bluetooth problem.

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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    it can be fix with a firmware upgrade or reflashing the phone a flex will not work as that deals with the keypad only.

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