I want to connect my xperia pro to my car audio system. (Bluetooth of my car audio system has a pairing code) when I want to connect, the page of entering pairing code not appear and an error will appear in screen ("wrong pairing code").
My new phone is correctly paired with the blurtooth in my 2011 Subaru Forester and connected and worked, but does NOT auto-connect when I restart the car, I have to go into bluetooth settings on my phone, and tap the device "Car_Media" to make a connection. My previous phone worked correctly and auto-connected when I started the car.. I've fully deleted all devices and pairings from the car and the phone and re-paired the new phone several times. NG. How do I get the Atrix to auto-connect?
Just purchase a 9780 for Rogers network. When the phone connects to the Blueant Q2 bluetooth I can only hear the ring through the headset. Is there any way I can set my phone to ring instead of the headset?
I installed a Sony XAV 62BT receiver in my car this weekend. An important buying decision was improving the bluetooth audio experience in my car. My wifes iphone connects and works beautifully but the minute the blackberry connects to the receiver it seems to lock up the receivers tuner and ipod playing functionality. I am able to make calls and receive calls while the blackberry is engaged but all calls and functions need to be handled through the blackberry keyboard.
I have just got a Bold 9700 and am really starting to like this phone. But I cannot get the bluetooth to work properly. It will pair with my devices but will not connect to them. It says connection failed or connection not supported. It will not connect to my cars built in bluetooth either, I have a new 2010 galaxy and it accepts the cars passkey but will not connect. I Really need my phone to connect to my car. When I go to my paired device list and click on a device I do not get a connect option, which I have been told to use. I am on vodafone in the UK and have contacted them to see if they can help but they tell me they do not help with Blackberry's (funny that when they take my money for it) so I am unsure where to contact now for help.
I have a BB9900 running device software 7.0. I also have BB Desktop Software 220.127.116.11 installed. I run Windows 7. I am trying to connect my computer to my BB using bluetooth so I can sync wirelessly. Bluetooth is enabled on my 9900 and my computer is a "paired device". However when I use the Desktop software and try to "add a bluetooth enable device" it can't find my phone.Also when I go through Devices and Printers on my computer I can see the phone (bluetooth is enabled on the computer) although there is a driver problem identified that windows can't fix.
My LED indicator won't stop flashing a purpley-blue colour. I have an app which means I can change the colours, but the thing I have set to this colour is texts and I definately don't have a new text. My LED is turned off for Bluetooth and I don't know what else it could be! It's been flashing for over 12 hours now!
I am unable to successfully add my Blackberry 9700 as a bluetooth device paired to my Windows 7 64 bit laptop in order to use the wireless syncing function. When I attempt to pair the device, I receive the error message "device driver was not successfully installed" and "Bluetooth peripheral device- no driver found." The properties display 2 missing drivers. Can someone advise me from where I can obtain these missing drivers. I am using Desktop Manager 18.104.22.168.
when i try to conect my one-x to pc via B-T im getting some sort of error about bluetooth peripheral device drivers.when i conect my sensation(also running ICS) doing it exactly the same way it pairs,conects and everythings fine.im hoping there will be some sort of update for the drivers (being the phones only just been released) cause when i checked my pc everything was up to date. ive seen that a couple of people on xda have had same trouble but i thought i'd start looking for answers here first.
I am using the bluetooth handsfree built in at my car. They are paired with my blackberry and was working just fine until my phone alerted me that there was a software update to my phone and I have done it. Now my phone isnt auto connecting to the bluetooth hf and when I try to do it manually it says connection failed. Tried re pairing and no luck. My car is a land rover and my phone details are as follows:
I own a 2014 Chevy Equinox. The car's auxiliary connector does not work with the G4, so I connect with a stand alone Bluetooth device plugged into my cigarette lighter. The problem is the volume is about 50% lower via this method. I'm thinking it's the Bluetooth device I'm using. I tried about a dozen vol u me apps and none of them work
I am trying to bluetooth some notes from my Nokia to my New Ray, both phones connect with each other but the Ray flashes a message on screen for just a few seconds saying, 'please confirm that you want to receive this file'.How do I do this? Nothing appears on screen so that I can confirm.
I am have difficulty connecting my Nokia X6 to my in-car unit being a Nokia CK-15W. The mobile doesn't seem to pick up the car unit via a Bluetooth search from the phone. I am wondering if these are compatible?
I have just changed my car to the latest Renault Megane with built in blue tooth. E72 paired easily but constantly looses connection and re makes connection , it also freezes radio, I have consulted Renault dealer who is looking into it but has any one had similar problems with similar blue tooth problems with in car systems The E 72 is running with latest software update, And freezing of radio has only happened since up grade to new soft ware but connection has never worked properly since taking car delivery on 1st April.
i bought my nokia c3-00 two weeks before, i have connected my phone via bluetooth to my car audio (ford figo), there is no problem in connecting the phone, i can make calls and receive and use all the features of the phone, but i coudnt play my music /mp3 files via blue tooth to the car audio. earlier i was using samsung star 3g, and there was no problem in it.
The bluetooth on my BB curve has stopped connecting to the blue tooth in my car automatically. If I delete the device and then add it as a new one it works fine, but if I turn the radio off and then on again it connects for a second but then losses it. The BB connects to my other car straight away.
I have Volvo V40 and when I step in my car with my bluetooth enabled already, I see on my Z3 Bluetooth connect sand then disconnect. This repeats all the time. When I then disable bluetooth, wait a while and enable bluetooth again, the problem is gone. I don't know for sure, but what I have see on my car's phone menu, although I get these disconnects on my phone , the disconnects are not noticed by my car. But again, I didn't look into that yet.
When I had my iPhone I could join it to my car radio to play music through Bluetooth no probs. My Galaxy S5 can 'see' my radio but always fails to connect. Would I be correct in thinking that there are different types of Bluetooth? Its not like its a cheap radio either.
Ever since the update late last year that "fixed" the skipping Bluetooth issue I have had problems. Before this "fix" music or podcasts playing via Bluetooth would skip for a fraction of a second periodically. After the "fix" this no longer happens.
My car has Ford Sync (2009). Since the "fix" most of the time I get in the car the phone will not connect with Sync at all. This happens even if I try to force a sync using the phone or Sync. After playing with this issue over several days I realized if it does not connect right away I needed to reboot the phone for Bluetooth to connect to Sync.
I am also experiencing a stuttering with Doggcatcher and several music applications. This stuttering generally is when the player starts but occasionally it stops playing for up to 10 or 20 seconds then starts again (even when playing files on the internal memory). I do not have this problem when using the headset or the phone's speaker.
I have an iPhone 4s on Vodafone, upgraded to latest software update and phone will not connect by bluetooth to my Bose sound dock 10 (doesn't even see it) nor will it see my new iMac. I have reset my phone to see if that works - but nothing.
Just tried yesterday and today to connect my 9780 to my PC and the message I get on my phone is that the cable is not working!! tried 3 different cables but to no avail, also installed software direct from Blackberry website rather than from the disc supplied with my phone - could this be due to the problem with BBM and e-mails or do I have a different prob. If so how do I solve it - novice Blackberry user and getting crosser by the minute. Also I have tried the battery pull trick to no avail!!!
I have a Nokia 2680 and I fully charged my bluetooth earpieces.On my phone, I set the Bluetooth on, gave my phone a name and selected phone's visibility to all.When I try to add a paired device to add the bluetooth, it gives me a message saying no device found.The bluetooth earpiece is right next to the phone. Can anyone help?