Eseries / Communicators :: Bluetooth Pairing In E71?
Aug 30, 2012
I have an E71 phone purchased from UAE and was working pretty well till i got the phone updated to the latest 510.21.009. The phone started giving problems thereafter.Initilly i found the phone not responding after installing whatsapp. I removed that program and the phone was fine. It restarts in between without any reason. The latest problem is that the bluetooth pairing menu is missing in the bluetooth option. It used to be a secondary tab on the right hand side of the main menu. Now its missing.
I am having some trouble trying to connect my E6-00 to some devices through Bluetooth. For those devices I get messages such "no device support" and "impossible to connect" after providing the password to pair them. At this moment, the device I am trying to connect is shown at E6 list as paired, but the connection is not possible. It does not happen to all of them.I installed all updates available through Nokia Suite, but the problem was not solved.
I have a E63 set and an inspiron 1440 laptop. I want to pair my phone with my laptop but whn pairing completes, it always says that "all drivers not found" . usually it is the bluetooth modem that is not installed. I am attaching an image;
just installed Anna yesterday, with both updates. a long-press on the asterisk, instead of switching on bluetooth, it does nothing, and after the third attempt, causes the phone to reboot. well done, Nokia!
PC: HP Compaq 8510w running Win XP Professional, SP3 with PC Suite 188.8.131.52 Bluetooth: Broadcom 184.108.40.2067/HCI 2.0/LMP 2.0 (HP integrated) E52 software ver 052.003, custom 052.003.247.05 (updated a month earlier)
They pair, but the phone insists my PC is an Audio Device ("Connect to audio device" on the menu). The PC responds somewhat strange - "Bluetooth Hands-Free device E52 Establishing Connection"...which FAILS - "Unable to establish Bluetooth connection" on the E52. So my PC also believes the E52 is a hands-free device. Apparently.Discovery of services on the E52 yields Data Transfer, Dial-Up Networking, Headset Audio Gateway, OBEX File Transfer+Object Push I recently replaced my original E52 with a new one and the first phone paired well and I could at least be on-line with text messages, calendar and contacts, although sometimes they would not connect automatically or the connection would be broken.This one's a mess.
When I try to connect my E7 via USB or Bluetooth to my Windows 7 computer Ovi says connecting but never connects. I have uninstalled and reinstalled all Nokia software on the computer to no avail, I can access the mass storage device directly via the usb cable and see the contents.
i can't send pictures from my gallery to my computer via bluetooth. the signal keeps flickering and it always tell me: 'unable to connect' when i purposely click 'send' when the signal showed the full strength (the signal's off when i click 'send). i have turned the bluetooth on in both devices?
I've upgrade my E72 to version 071.004 and now I can't pair it with my Ford Focus Bluetooth radio. The phone keeps checking for devices and can't find the car bluetooth. This is a major problem for me as use it daily.Meanwhile I've read there's a new firmware version (81.003) but it doesn't seem to be available here in Portugal. I've already checked for updates via OTA and through the Nokia Suite but it says there's no updates.Can anyone help me with this problem? Is there any solution? Is it possible to downgrade to the previous firmware version?
My E7 (Anna upgrade installed, but the problem existed already before Anna, from the very first day I used the phone) has incredible problems in connecting with Bluetooth.I have paired my E7 with several computers (one Lenovo, one Compaq, one HP - all having the latest Ovi suite) and with my car kit (Nokia 616). With all of these, getting the Bluetooth connection up and running is pain.It seems that when the phone is freshly powered on, connection can easily be initiated. But if the phone has been powered on for a longer time (like half hour or more), it usually can't get connection to remote party.Previously I had N97 and N97 mini and there were no problems with these.
I have got my Dell Vostro 3700 with Win7 (Pro-32bit) recently, have been trying connect my E72 with OVI via bluetooth, it only work when the first pairing, and the connection cannot establish once i restarted the computer.
I have problem with the bluetooth connection.I have paired both my devices.The result is I can send files from BB 8520 to Nokia E6 but not otherwise.When I try to send it from my Nokia E6 to BB, the steps thats happening are:1. Device is connected2. I try to send the file from my Nokia E6 but a textbox came out 'Unable to connect' which is weird when both devices has been connected successfully.
I am trying to send my contacts from an E63 to a Toyota Highlander 2010 via Bluetooth. I have no problem using the hands free in the Toyota via Bluetooth to the E63 - just can't get the contacts from the E63 to the Toyota.
can not make calls when qwerty keyboard is in use and Bluetooth to headset is activated because phone makes every time restart while setting up the voice call. It just first indicates that "disconnecting Bluetooth" and soon after that restarts.And when you make it again and again it does the same.
Have you been able to synchronize address book with your car bluetooth system via rSAP? Volvo V50 built-in bluetooth works otherwise, but does not synchronize address book. Remote SIM access is enabled from E7 bluetooth settings. It is very annoying to see just the number for incoming phone calls, nor can you browse address book and make phone calls with car's built-in system.
I installed the official version of Windows 8 Pro and now my E6 will not pair with my PC anymore. When I was using Windows 7 Home Premium there was no issues after the update, Nokia Suite sync everytime.
I have been using my trusty Nokia E72 for a few years now, it has no problems.I want the data in it to be synced with my laptop. I have tried using Bluetooth and an USB cable.It's not working. Is there a problem with my laptop or is it a problem with my phone/software?
I bought my E6 a week ago and I just now tried to connect it to my pc via bluetooth. Amongst the normal services my pc found was some service " remote control". Can somebody please tell me if that can really function and how? And by the way i read all of the discussion about the batterylife, mine was holdin 3-4 days but i found out that it was because of Whatsapp. So the app forced the phone to connect to wifi all the time, even if the App is completely shut down. And we all know there isn't a wifi-shutdown function, so the phone stayed all night connected to wifi. I deleted Whatsapp just for experiment and since wednsday morning untill now I still have 50% battery, with some internet surfing music and so on.
When using the E5 with the Toyota bluetooth carkit, it fails to deblock itself. Answering calls is not a problem as the E5 auto-deblocks upon receiving a call, but dailing via the carkit does not lift the block. As a result, I must first deblock it manually by entering the deblocking code which only solves the problem for a few minutes. Disabling auto-deblocking is not an option, as it would make the data on the phone vulnerable in case the phone would be lost/stolen. (This is about the code-block and not about the unprotected keypad block.) I have succesfully used HTC's and older Nokia's on the same carkit without this problem arising and my E5 software is up to date. Does anyone know how to arrange an auto-deblock when a bluetooth-paired device is being used like a carkit?
I friend of mine just bought an iPhone 4S unlocked. He doens't have an internet plan yet, so I decided to pair my iPhone 3GS via bluetooth to share my internet connection. But to our surprise, neither of our iPhones could "find" each other. How can that be? I shared my iPhone connection with my Macbook, Mac mini and iPod touch by bluetooth pairing and it always worked.