Nokia Lumia :: 900 Bluetooth Pairing Only Works For Either Calls Or Music?
Jul 3, 2012
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 just got my G4 and I'm having trouble with the Bluetooth pairing. I have a 2011 sonata and I can pair it fine but my it won't download my phone book, also when I have it dial a number it drops people. I got a Bluetooth stereo that won't pair with it keep getting a bad passkey or id number. These all worked fine with my G3 and had no trouble.
I recently got a Lumia 1520 and i can pair the bluetooth to my car but it never reconnects automatically. Next time I am in the car i will manually go to connect and then it will fail and ask me to pair the next time i click on my cars bluetooth name. Also it thinks its a reaction headset. When i am connected to it, in accessories it still says its disconnected.
Recently purchased a 6760 slide and it does not seem to retain its pair on my car bluetooth. Previously had a blackberry and this worked fine everytime I started the car. Everytime I get in the car and want to use bluetooth I have to register the 6760 phone and basically start from scratch. I thought it may have been the technology in the car kit, but friend just tried their brand new blackberry and it connects and works fine all the time. The car kit is built into the car stereo so is relatively new.
I have an E71 and was using an old earphone for handsfree in car. Although the headphone is not high quality, it worked perfectly and I was well pleased. I attempted to use it recently but was surprised to find that my phone couldn't "see" the earpiece anymore. I have done the obvious things in bluetooth settings and even tried pairing another earpiece but still no joy.
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?
Love the phone and hopefully this is a basic operation I missed somewhere, but when I connect handsfree to my Bluetooth in the car, calls work great but when I play music it comes out the phone's speakers and not the car.
Similar when I plugged in the phone to a USB input on a boombox, the music plays from Zune over the phone's speakers.
My N8 connects to my bluetooth headset and functions flawlessly usually. But whenever I connect my N8 via bluetooth to my PC it stops pairing with the headset. The moment it connects with the PC, the headset icon appears in my N8, despite it not having paired the headset.
If I want to have my phone available for handsfree calls and hear the directional prompts using Nokia Drive in my 2011 Acura TSX (not tech package) I have to have the audio set to Bluetooth Audio. But when I do that the Music app automatically starts and plays music. I can turn it off (using the Stop the Music app), but it comes back on after a few seconds. How can I make it stop playing music?
For some reason, since yesterday, my phone has had sound problems. With earphones in, I can hear calls and music ok, and same with loudspeaker, but without earphones in or loudspeaker on, I can't hear music or the other person who is calling. Also, the person who I've rang/has called me can't hear me either. Ringtones and text tones work perfectly normal.
I have a Galaxy S5 and I love S-health but the phone is a bit too big for my taste for taking it to a run in the park so I'd like to buy a smart device that works with S-Health and can play music through a bluetooth headset, any device that can do this?
The sound on my iphone wont work with text messages and music but works with calls and headphones. Didn't do anything to it was just sitting there and it happened so i dont think a setting changed. and the volume bar wont show up when i press side buttons or in the music?
I have tried to pair the Lumia 920 with both a pair of BH-505's and the Nokia 360 speaker using NFC to initiate the process and it doesn;t work. In both cases the devices reacts with a sound so I know it recognises there's another NFC device there, but nothing happens. Bluetooth is turned on and NFC is turned on on both devices.
I just got a cheap smartwatch and it works Ok. But the phone calls and music goes always to the watch. Even if I'm using my headphones. Of course I can make them go back to the phone by pressing the bluetooth symbol.But I wanted that they go to the headphones when their set in. Of course the headphones are wired.
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.
On my Blackberry Curve 8330 I could listen to music via bluetooth, then place a call using the headset's voice-dial button. When the call ended the music would restart. But on my shiney new Storm2 9550, this doesn't work. After the call ends, the phone just stays at the dial screen. Any suggestion on what I could try?
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.
Have an iPhone 5 with IOS 7.1.2 and MBA with IOS 10.9.4I can not pair them via BTWhen the MBA finds the iPhone it sends the numeric code which is received OK by the iPhone.When I accept it the iPhone is listed as Connected in the BT menu of the MBA. For a couple a seconds.It then shows as not connected.Â In the phone the MBA is listed as NOT CONNECTED, of course.When I touch the MBA in the list of devices of the Bluetooth screen in the iPhone a pop-up tells me the MBA is not compatible.Â I have tried with airplane mode, turning BT off and on, and several combinations thereof with no result.
Since receiving 8.1 update,Two issues have appeared on my 1320,Bluetooth keeps dropping out when using it in my car for telephone calls,was perfect prior to this.Also when web browsing keeps taking to last main of a site I visited previously,I have to keep refreshing page or delete history.
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 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 am unable to pair my device to my new Ford vehicle SYNC bluetooth system. When I search for the pin number that SYNC sends me and I enter that number into the block the block directly under the pin number block reads "empty" so I have no way to send back to SYNC the pin they have sent me in order to pair my device to the SYNC system in my vehicle
Since I installed the latest build 2.1.A.0.435 I am unable to use my Sony headset MW600 with my X10. I tried calling myself or dialing out to locate the bluetooth button but have been unsuccessful at this moment.
I got my G3 back in February - within about a week of getting it, Lollipop came through & I never felt the need to do a factory reset since everything was working fine. But being the curious creature that I am, I've been wondering if anything would be different if I did a FDR, so last week I did one.
Tonight when I tried to pair my heart rate monitor again, instead of double-checking what password I needed to re-pair it with my phone, I guessed wrong. It's not coming up with an option to put in the password again, just asks me Yes/No if I want to retry after it fails.
Any way to get the "enter password" option again, without doing another FDR?
I purchased an Iogear USB Micro Adapter Model GBU421WM to try and transfer things from my computer to the phone.After updating the Bluetooth software and trying several times to pair my phone with my computer nothing would happen. It would sit with the serial number window up even after I typed the serial number in several times.I have tried making the phone see the computer and vice versa, and nothing has worked yet. Yet it does know the phone is there and the phone talks to the computer. Just pairing will not occur.So my question is: Is it even possible or am I missing something to make my phone/computer talk through Bluetooth.I have a StraightTalk Samsung R451C Phone.
I used to pair my iPad2 with my iPhone 4S (both iOS 5.1) using Bluetooth. Not working anymore.I can pair the iPad to a BT keyboard; 2) The connection was usually started from the iPad; 3) The iPhone doesn`t always find Bluetooth devices around (the other day, a rented car BT recognized my iPhone and I was able to pair them); 3) Both the iPad and iPhone do not find my iPod touch (iOS 5.1; 64 Gb)...
I have a different problem than I've seen here, all of the BT posts seem to be about difficulty pairing or having a phone and a BT device auto-connect.
My issue is that after connection... even after making calls successfully... my phone and my car will to stop communicating. Both devices continue to indicate they are still paired... but calls do not come in through the car, nor can the calls be initiated through the car's controls. Thusly, the stereo remains on (sometimes loudly) and I miss calls when the phone rings. The connection is gone, even though both devices never reported loosing it. This happens about 30% of the time when I'm in my car more than 15 minutes or so.
I have a 4S running iOS 5.1... this is my third iPhone and my last. It is the 2nd iPhone I've used in this car... a 2011 VW CC. I've also had no issues with other BT 4.0 phones, a blackberry and a samsung.
Additionally the genious bar has replaced my phone once already, even though they couldn't find any hardware issues. Subsequently they did a complete reset on the replacement, again finding no hardware issues. It was then set up as a new phone, and not restored from a backup. Volkswagen has tested the car's BT unit against their test iPhone 4 with no issues, even after leaving it connected for the duration of a 20k service.