I have an iPhone 4s on iOS 5.1. Its bluetooth seems to be working 'coz it is able to pair with my Mac, AND nothing else. It is unable to discover nor pair with my iPad or any other gadgets in the house.
BTW, my hubby has exact iPhone model and OS, but its bluetooth is working fine and uses it regularly with car's FM transmitter. He can't see my phone either, and I cant detect his.
My iPhone 4 will not discover anything via Bluetooth. There's an iPhone 4s in the room, iPod with Bluetooth, an ipad 3rd generation, and two Kodak printers with Bluetooth capability that it will not discover. The Bluetooth is on and searching for device but fails to find anything.
I have purchased an I Phone 4S 32 GB, however, it seems not to discover other gadgets via bluetooth....as i need this connectivity for me to transfer all contacts from my other phone to my newly purhcased I phone 4S
I've just recently switched iPhones from 3 to 5s and I can't seem to locate ANY available Bluetooth devices on it.
My iPhone Bluetooth is switched ON and is constantly searching for devices but nothing shows up.and the device is right next to the phone in pairing mode (Sony wireless Bluetooth speaker).I assure there is nothing wrong with the speaker as it still recognizes my old iPhone (3).Â
The only other way I can connect is with an app called NFC Easy Connect, which iTunes store doesnt have. What can I do to solve this problem?
I've just recently switched iPhones from 3 to 5s and I can't seem to locate ANY available Bluetooth devices on it.My iPhone Bluetooth is switched ON and is constantly searching for devices but nothing shows up.and the device is right next to the phone in pairing mode (Sony wireless Bluetooth speaker).I assure there is nothing wrong with the speaker as it still recognizes my old iPhone (3).Â The only other way I can connect is with an app called NFC Easy Connect, which iTunes store doesn't have.
Ever since a new software download about 3 months ago I cannot connect my Jabra handsfree to my sensation. I can make the Jabra search for it but I have lost the option in my Sensation settings to "discover" a new handsfree device. It just sits there and times out. I go into my settings and get bluetooth on and it connects to the in car handsfree in my partners car but it can't find the jabra in my car.
I bought my iphone online, but it's simlocked. Apparently only the original provider can remove the simlock, but I dont know who it is. Is there a way to discover this provider (through IMEI or other data from the phone)? I am searching for a legal way (which probably involves paying for the unlocking), but it would really suck if I bought an iphone which I can't even use ...
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?
I want to get a bluetooth handsfree set for my car as I clearly don't want a ticket. The problem is that I have an iPhone 3G and it does not support voicedial so I still need to use the phone to make calls. I want to get a speaker (not headset) but was wondering if there are ones that can do voicedial internally independent of the iphone's inability to do it. Is this possible? I'm having a pretty hard time finding any good information on this.
I was looking at the parrot slimkit mini but can't figure out if this does what I am looking for.
Any info on this model or other ones that will do what I need would be greatly appreciated.
I have an F150 with sync. I have had my iphone4 sync'd for over a year and it has been great. Until yesterday. I hit forget this device on the phone and now the phone can't find the truck and the truck can't find phone. How do I get the phone to unforget the truck?
I accidentally select "forget this device" on one of my recent connected bluetooth device. Now I can not pair with that device anymore. How do I remember that device again? note that I am using an iPhone 3Gs and its software version is 4.1 (8B117).
I just got an iPhone 4s and I did manage to get my Platronics 975 headset paired without too much trouble but there's one thing I can't figure out. On my old LG phone there was an option to drop the connection (without forgetting it) to your Bluetooth device when you weren't using it and then reconnect when you wanted to use it. How do you do this on the iPhone 4s?
I have paired with a PArrot hands free car kit. The pairing works fine. But every time I start the car and the car kit turns on, it takes very very long time before the iPhone detects and pair with the car kit. I am pretty sure that the problem is with the iPhone, as the pairing happens automatically and very fast if I go to the iPhone's settings menu and turn bluetooth off and on again.
how to speed up the iPhones recognition of the bluetooth device?