Is LD-3W compatible with E71? Some regional Nokia sites do not list E71 as compatible with the LD-3W, while some sites do. Where can I get one in the Philippines? I have visited one Nokia store, and the sales person mentioned that they don't sell that device. Why is that? Is there any way I can test one of these receivers for compatibility?
I have nokia E63. Ovi Maps is installed. Have map version v3.01 09wk44 b01MW map version 0.1.26.113. I just bought bluetooth GPS receiver and have question. Can I use bluetooth GPS receiver with Ovi maps? How could I pair it and use with Ovi maps?
For a change, this is not a post to complain about my phone. Just a post to say thanx to Nokia. I got a 5800 since about a year now. At the beginning I was a little bit disappointed because of no office document reader, no free navigation, no kinetic scrolling but all these came, one by one, every 3 months or so.
And I am just so happy with what I can do with it (Calendar sync with Outlook, MP3, stereo audio bluetooth, read my emails with WiFi, use Google Maps, Google Mail) and with the improvements that have been delivered through the several firmware releases. Especially OVI MAPS with Free worldwide GPS Navigation, this is so cool. And the new music player, and the free Office document reader.
Of course there is always room for improvement. I'd like to : - sync my address book & mail with Thunderbird - open PDF document - get rid of the Nokia internet browser for the new Opera - never have to restart my phone for software problem - charge it from USB etc.
I've been experiencing poor battery life on my Nokia 5800 XM recently. Sometimes on a full charge I could only get a day to a day and a half of standby time with minimal usage (2-3 texts, no calls and 5 photographs). I put this down to an old battery and ordered a new one.In the meantime we went to my parents-in-law and the battery lasted 5 days on a full charge including a reasonable amount of web browsing via WLAN.Got back home and the battery died a couple of days later despite being fully charged.
Put in a brand new battery, charged it up and used the phone - 2.5 days later it was dead (minimal texts and a couple of photos). Charged it again - 2 days standby before dead.Downloaded the power profile app - everything seemed to be fine. The phone idled nicely on standby with minimal power drain.Then I used the bluetooth and everything became clear. After connecting to OVI for a minute or two, downloading my photos then closing OVI and disabling the bluetooth on the phone, I noticed my power consumption didn't go back down. I was getting regular peaks of around 150ma and the battery life was considerably reduced.
If I left the bluetooth disabled and power cycled the phone, it would settle down to minimal usage. The moment bluetooth was enabled, the problem reocurred.I then backed the phone up, totally wiped the sd card and reinstalled from scratch.Exactly the same problem - fine until BT enabled then even when disabled, the phone started drawing excess current on idle.
In anticipation of the imminent arrival of my new phone, I'd like to know if it's easy to control this (especially via 3G). As soon as I use the 3G for internet, on my contract I will get charged £1 (as soon as connection is made). Obviously I'd like to avoid this (unless I decide to do some surfing / emails etc.).
I know there are ways to use a GPS BT reciever WITH my Blackberry Storm phone but is there a way for me to use my Blackberry Storm AS a Bluetooth GPS reciever? This might not be a common question but I was wondering if there was a way. The reason is because I have another phone where the GPS accuracy is downright junk but I heard you can use it in conjunction with other BT GPS Recievers as a "band-aid" fix. I do not want to purchase a BT GPS reciever and I had an old Blackberry Storm just lying around and was wondering if I could turn that into a BT GPS Reciever.
I have an iPhone 3GS running OS4. I recently purchased a Billionton bluetooth audio receiver that is supposed to connect with the iPhone through bluetooth and has RCA line-level outputs to connect into my stereo. The idea was to be able to listen to music on my iPhone wirelessly through my home stereo.
I cannot get the iPhone to "discover" or find the bluetooth receiver. I have connected wireless headsets to my iPhone in the past and all I have had to do was put the device in pairing mode and the iPhone would automatically find it once I entered the bluetooth menu on the iPhone. I tried my wife's Blackberry and it seemed to be able to pair and connect to the receiver without problem.
The receiver is a Bluetooth v1.2 compliant, Class 1 Radio. It supports A2DP. The model of the receiver is a Billionton GMHSBTAR.
I just purchased and tested the Miccus Bluetooth Audio receiver.The setup and syncing of the device was easy and successful.However, as soon as I began playing back any media on the phone and outputting the sound via the wireless Bluetooth protocol, I heard very bad static and distorted sound on the stereo, which is connected to the Miccus receiver.I then tested the Miccus receiver on my roommate's 8530 blackberry and the sound was crystal clear! What gives? And could this be a software or hardware issue with the 9650?(phone calls via separate bluetooth headset work fine)
I have a Nokia BH-505stereo bluetooth headset, but it only works with my Nokia phones C7 and N900, not with a PC.I can establish a connection to my PCs, but there's no sound coming from the headset, instead it keeps coming from the PC's loudspeakers.I have 1 desktop PC (+bluetooth dongle) dual booting Windows XP and LInux Mint Debian Edition , and a laptop (bt built-in) dual booting Win 7 and Lubuntu 12.04 - the problem is the same on all 4 OSs.
The blue tooth pairing on My Lumia 900 only works for either calls or music. Secondly only music on my phone streams on my cars blue tooth. Sound from videos in phone or live music from radio station apps does not.
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 have been using E71 for well over a year, but I have never found information about where E71's GPS receiver is? I know N95 has its receiver located under 0 and # so we have to open the slider to get better reception. It would be nice if I find out there the receiver is on my E71 so that I can avoid covering it with my hands. As you all know it takes ages to lock satellite without A-GPS and that's what's happening to me as I mostly use it when hiking where there is no reception most of the time.
I have downloaded the latest maps to my E63, but I do not have a GPS receiver. Is it not possible to still use the maps purely as a reference atlas to browse and if so, how? I can't get past the instruction to activate a GPS unit.
I own a brand new Nokia BH 111 bluetooth headset.I tried to connect it to my windows 7 (ultimate) pc.Its usuall procedure1) insert my bluetooth dongle,2) windows 7 finds the drivers and installs them (for blue tooth dongle only) 3) switch my bh 111 device in pairing mode4) in pc go to control panel--> devices & printers --> add device --> my bh 111 popups up in the list5) when i select it and proceed, win 7 tries to fetch drivers for the device but i cannot find and therefore its not properly installed and i cant use it.I only have trobleshoot enabled in the device which is the same, tryig to download drivers which are unavailable.
Since I've had success on my last query I have another now. I have a Vodafone VBH-600, aka 6xx plantronics bluetooth headset and I cannot get it to pair with the 5230-"device not found" is all I get. Is it not compatible or like last problem is there just a simple solution?
I am trying to use BH111 to connect to my music player to form a bluetooth link. So once i play some music on my connected device, say a phone it plays onto the music player. So, i bought a 3.5mm jack to 3.5mm jack cable and have connected one end to my BH111 and another end to the music player input.
Everything works on fine till i get a call, when i want to speak to the person in private, because with bluetooth connected, the call is being also sent to music player via bluetooth. So, i turn off the bluetooth on my device, once bluetooth is shut off on my device, the BH111 automatically shuts off to save power(i guess). Is there a way to change this behaviour?
The intended behariour (in my case at least) is that i turn off bluetooth on my device, take a call, then turn it on again, maybe rescan to connect to BH111 via bluetooth once again. So, can the power saver feature of BH111 be turned off?
I recently connected my Nokia 5800 to my bluetooth connection on my Windows 7 Ultimate pc of which downloads and installs the drivers from Windows Update.This works fine for the most part but i am left with 3x Bluetooth Peripher Device enteries showing in Device Manager and a Yellow Exclimation Mark located next to the Nokia 5800 device icon in Device and Printers but i cannot seem to find out what drivers are missing, even Windows Update find nothing for these entries.I have the latest version of Ovi Suite installed on my computer but this does not install any bluetooth drivers, I have the latest drivers for my Trust 16008 Bluetooth dongle but these 3x Bluetooth Peripheral Device enteries only appear when i connect the Nokia 5800 to bluetooth. I have also tried to locate the drivers from the support CD but this fails also.
I have tried looking on Nokia Discussions for a solution but it seems i am not the only person that is having the problem with these enteries in Device Manager and no drivers for them.It seems that Nokia has not released the relevent drivers therefor full Bluetooth Driver installation is incomplete.I would like Nokia to fully rectify the situation and explain why these drivers are missing and if they will be released.
I was wondering if I could use the old LD-3W GPS-receiver with my Nokia 5630 XpressMusic. My phone was not mentioned in the compatibility list so I would like to have confirmation that my phone works together with said gadget before I buy it.
The password that I use for unlocking the device works, because I just entered it and unlocked the device. However, when I connect it to the computer via a USB cable the same password doesn't work. The password is all letters. I do not remember ever entering a password to synch my device before so I can't remember if that is supposed to be the same password. I did try once with caplocks on just to make sure that the password wasn't all caps, but that did not work either. I'm baffled. If any others have that have had this problem could post what they learned,
There are a number of different docks / lapdocs out there for different Moto phones. which ones will line up with the MicroUSB and MicroHDMI. I have been warned that some are backwards and or upside down.I see sales on Atrix HD docks and Bionic lapdocs will they work ?
I am using Nokia 5800 express music. I am facing problem while using bluetooth handsfree device. It is properly getting connected and getting paired with the device but while making the call the other end cannot hear my voice but I can hear them clearly. Initially I thought my bluetooth hands free is having problem so I bought another. But the problem was still the same. I can hear from the bluetooth device but the party cannot hear. Then I tried the same bluetooth handsfree with another Nokia 5800 express music and found it working fine. Is there anyone can help me to solve this issue. The difference between my mobile and other is the software version. I am having the latest version but the other is the first version. Is there any hardware issue or software issue with this?
The phone pairs and connects but when calling using the car handsfree nothing happens and I cannot receive calls. When this happens the car radio controls freeze and I have to switch the radio off and then on again. It all used to work fine before under 1.6. Trouble is I've got a long 18 months left on contract using the X10 mini which I now regret buying after being talked into it at the Phones 4 U shop. I've tried my ancient SE K700i and it works perfectly, so it's not the car.
1) Bluetooth wont turn on, but wifi works 2) Factory Reset to 5.1.1 , 5.0, 4.4.x doesn't work
My Nexus 5 refuses to turn on Bluetooth only. The slider moves to the right and then back again. I have factory reset the phone 3 times, flashing different versions from 5.1.1, 5.0 and 4.4.x to see if it fixes the problem, but I have had no luck. I know some other people have had problems too, but there doesn't seem to be a clear solution. I don't know if it is a hardware issue, since wifi works fine and the wifi and Bluetooth antennas are one unit located on the back cover( according to my understanding). I tried replacing the back cover from a different nexus 5, but still couldn't get Bluetooth to work.