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How to pair Bluetooth from iPhone 3GS to other Bluetooth device?

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by Lizy, Mar 14, 2010.

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    Lizy JF-Expert Member

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    Naombeni msaada jamani,

    Nimejaribu hata kwa iPhone 3G still didn't work, always says searching, but never finds any device.

    Something wrong with iPhone 'tooth' or?
     
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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    How to enable and pair a Bluetooth device to your iPhone 3G.
    1. Set your Bluetooth device to discoverable.
    2. From the Home screen, select Settings.
    3. Select General.
    4. Select Bluetooth.
    5. Set Bluetooth to On.
    6. The iPhone starts searching for Bluetooth devices. It should show up on the screen where you can enter the PIN code. Enter the PIN (usually located in the manual). You should then be ready to use the Bluetooth device with your iPhone

    http://www.technipages.com/iphone-3g-pair-bluetooth-device.html
     
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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    Au Jaribu hii
    To pair tooth u need to do following:
    1. turn off tooth
    2. turn off blue tooth function on the iphone
    3. push on and hold it on the tooth until solid blue light comes up
    4. turn on blue tooth on the iphone, it finds it in 2 sec, password 0000
    it worked with with this poster’s Samsung WEP250.
    —
    it worked with my Motorola H350 where other methods failed – the bluetooth device soundes better too!
     
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    Lizy JF-Expert Member

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    Still searching for the past 30min, Grrrrrr

    Nokia E71 discovered it, but can not pair.
     
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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    Ona Mfano mwengine huu

    Connect Nokia E71 Bluetooth Phone to Toshiba Laptop Computer


    This tutorial will guide you step-by-step how to connect Nokia E71 bluetooth phone to Toshiba laptop computer running Windows 7 so you can connect to Internet, surf, send emails and other things you want to do.



    Connect Bluetooth Phone to Computer

    First of all, you might want to set your Nokia E71. Turn on Bluetooth mode by holding down * on the keypad. Set the phone to be visible by other machine by going to menu > connectivity > bluetooth > my phone visibility > shown to all.
    After that, the phone is set and you can go to your laptop to connect it. On the laptop, go to Start Menu and navigate to Control Panel. Select Hardware and Sound and Add a Bluetooth device. Follow the instruction on screen. After the driver installed, go to Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Connect to the Internet and follow these steps when asked on screen:

    1. Select No, create new connection
    2. Select Dial U
    3. Select Standard Modem over Bluetooth link
    4. Enter *99# for dial up phone number
    5. Click connect
    Once done, go back to your phone and click Accept when you are asked to accept connection to computer.
    The last step is pretty obvious, just click Browse the Internet now when the message shows. Connection will appear on the tray icon / list of network connections. Now you are connected to Internet.
     
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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    The Bluetooth pairing device on Nokia E71 is a little bit complicated. Many people had problem pairing the device as it has two ways to access the Bluetooth menu. Firstly, you can go to Menu, Tools, Settings, Connection, Bluetooth, you'll reach a screen that has everything (except the ability to pair a device).
    Secondly, you go to Menu, Connectivity, Bluetooth, you'll get the exact same screen, except that you'll have the additional "tab" and be able to pair the device.
     
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    Steve Dii JF-Expert Member

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    Dude, she is having a problem with bluetooth on the iPhone not the E71!!
     
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    Steve Dii JF-Expert Member

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    The bluetooth component (hardware or software) on your iPhone might be faulty. I suggest you take the phone to your nearest service provider for proper diagnosis.
     
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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    Dude Umesoma Maelezo yake ya mwisho lakini? Nanukuu haya hapa ( Nokia E71 discovered it, but can not pair) Nilimjibu hilo Swali lake la Mwisho huku nikitafuta Uvumbuzi wa Swali lake la Mwanzo Steve Dii upo pamoja na mimi lakini?
     
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    Hold down the NoiseAssassin™ button and the Talk button on the Jawbone at the same time for 3 seconds until the LED indicator light flashes red and white alternately. Make sure your pressing the back end of the Jawbone for the NoiseAssassin™ button. This will put the Jawbone into Pairing Mode.Once you have set your iPhone to search for Bluetooth devices and your phone detects the New Jawbone, you have to "add" the device to your phone. by tapping on the "headset" button now showing on the iPhone screen.

    It's at this point you should be prompted for the Pass Key. Enter 0000.
    Good Luck! http://paulstamatiou.com/review-jawbone-2-bluetooth-earpiece
     
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    1. Rest car hands free
      Reset iPhone 3G
      Now your pairing should work.
    2. I just got it to work. Follow these steps:

      On iPhone:
      1) Go to Settings
      2) Go to Reset
      3) Select "Reset All Setting" (Make sure you save passwords. Data is safe.

      On Car:
      Clear all previous pairings.
      Once iPhone reboots, turn on Bluetooth.
     
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    iphone Bluetooth pairing is for accessories like iPhone Bluetooth headset not device to device! Even for apple ipod and Iphone 3GS doesn't work. Usihangaike utapoteza mda wako! Washenzi wakubwa wanataka ku monopolize kila kitu kipitie itune
     
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