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Android 101: How to pair a Bluetooth headset


Wednesday 21st of September 2011 / androidcentral.com
Pairing a Bluetooth device with your phone is a relatively simple affair. These instructions were written using the Samsung Infuse 4G and Jawbone Icon, but the steps should be just about the same for any Android phone or tablet, and the instructions that came with your headset will fill in the rest of the details.First you're going to want to go to Settings, then Wireless and networks, then Bluetooth settings. Turn bluetooth on. You'll see your phone search for devices. For the phone to see the headset it has to be in pairing mode, though. That can vary from headset to headset, but is usually done by holding the answer/end call button down while turning the headset on (see the documentation that came with your headset to get it in pairing mode).On the Jawbone the status LED flashes red/white alternately when it's in pairing mode, but your headset may blink blue, or may not blink at all -- again have a look at the instructions that came with your headset. Once we're in pairing mode, your phone should find your headset. You'll see an entry under "bluetooth dev
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How to connect Android tablet with an Nokia smartphone for internet connection


Monday 15th of August 2011 / androidtablets.net
I have recently bought an Android tablet with bluetooth, and the bluetooth option is why I bought this tablet for. And now the magical question what you maybe can guess already.... How can I get my Nokia (N97 Mini) connected to my tablet with Android 2.2 for internet connection? Pairing is done already, but not connected according my tablet. It musn't be that difficult I think, because I can also connect very easily to my windows tablet pc. Is there a special program needed to connect or? Please explain to me weather it is possible or not. It saves me an optional 3G module isn't? Bluetooth is so handy.greetzz nitelivebtw... I am a very fresh Android user
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bluetooth - How to download pictures from Google Nexus?


Sunday 14th of April 2013 / android.stackexchange.com
With T-Mobile myTouch 4G and T-Mobile's default Android 2.2, I can download the camera photos by pairing the phone with a computer through Bluetooth, and using an integrated file browser functionality of the computer (e.g. the Browse Device option on OS X).But Google's Galaxy Nexus with Google's default Android 4.2 doesn't seem to support file browsing over Bluetooth.How do I download the photos from the Nexus, without using any questionable third-party tools? (Don't you find it ironic that a vanilla Google Nexus device doesn't have this rather standard functionality— file browser over Bluetooth— that all the old phones do have?)
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I have a Lenovo Ideapad Tablet A1-07 Android Pad. How do I


Wednesday 06th of March 2013 / justanswer.com
I have a Lenovo Ideapad Tablet A1-07 Android Pad. How do I get it to receive a picture Via Bluetooth. IT is paired to my phone OK and will transmit a picture to the phone no problem.Agghhhhh! if it goes one way, why not the other? HelpAlready Tried: Can send picture OK from A1-07 tablet to phone OK Bluetooth pairing is good.Can't find anything in the instruction manual.
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Bluetooth Sharing with the Speed of NFC Now Possible Thanks to Android 2.3.3


Friday 18th of February 2011 / phandroid.com
How many times have you wanted to transfer something like a picture, webpage, or contact information between your phone and another device only to find that the process often requires multiple steps and isn’t very quick at all. Sure, things like Chrome to Phone and apps like Bump have made the process easier, but in the latest release of Android Gingerbread, version 2.3.3, APIs are now available that combine NFC and Bluetooth technology to create instant sharing simply by tapping devices together.It works by avoiding the normal pairing process associated with Bluetooth and setting up a temporary socket between devices by sharing the pertinent information quickly via NFC. In a world where this tech is fully realized, tapping your phone to another enabled device such as a laptop or tablet could pop open the ¬†whatever you are currently browsing on your phone on a larger device, a trick that hasn’t been touted nearly as much as the payment solution that NFC provides.NFC technology is just starting to come into its own, and really won’t break out until it becomes more p
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Bluetooth pairing problem


Thursday 14th of February 2013 / androidforums.com
Hi, I am using Samsung Galaxy S2 with Android ICS 4.0.4 and it is working fine with Socblue device (To make multisim device). Now I have loaded official Jelly bean release. After upgrading I am having problem with pairing to socblue device. Always getting error saying 'unable to pair, incorrect PIN or password'. So I have loaded the earlier version of android (ie ICS 4.0.4). But still I am getting the same error which was working fine before loading the jelly bean. Does any one know how to solve this? Thanks
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Android 101: How to pair a Bluetooth headset


Wednesday 21st of September 2011 / androidheadlines.com
Pairing a Bluetooth device with your phone is a relatively simple affair. These instructions were written using the Samsung Infuse 4G and Jawbone Icon, but the steps should be just about the same for any Android phone or tablet, and the instructions that came with your headset will fill in the rest of the details.First you're going to want to go to Settings, then Wireless and networks, then Bluetooth settings. Turn bluetooth on. You'll see your phone search for devices. For the phone to see the headset it has to be in pairing mode, though.&nb…Continue Reading HereAndroid 101: How to pair a Bluetooth headsetPhil Nickinson – androidcentral.com
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Solved Le Pan connected to HID based input bluetooth KB Matias Folding Keyboard FK305


Wednesday 11th of April 2012 / androidtablets.net
Le Pan 2.2 (2.6.32.9-4431 build): I bought a folding keyboard Matias FK305 but found that it was unable to connect to the Le Pan.I put the keyboard away and forgot about it.Today I stumbled on a hint at another site I thought might work so I pulled out my KB and tried it. It works fine now. I'm writing this to pass it along to others as I think it could work for other tablet/android Bluetooth Keyboard combinations.The problem was the KB was not properly paired with the tablet. They both must share the same number for encryption.As to how to do this... well the instruction book that came with the KB is essentially useless except for page 15.( it's window centric :-)With both units turn on starting the KB "pairing button", I next did a "scan for devices" in the Le Pan bluetooth setting.A number of devices were found including the KB."Matias Folding Keyboard""pair with the device".Selecting this pairing caused a popup window requesting a password "number". After entering this number and pressing< OK > the step that was missing is t
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Bluetooth pairing problem - HELP please!


Friday 17th of February 2012 / androidforums.com
I just rooted my phone and flashed GingerSteem Extreme - WOW what a difference! It is so much more responsive and boot time has been cut down by about 2/3 - I'm impressed! Bad news is now I can't pair anything to my phone that requires a password. My little earpiece paired right up just fine but when I try to pair my computer or my car I get an error message: The application Settings (process com.android.settings) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again. Anybody know how to fix this so that I don't have to revert to the stock ROM? Thanks!!
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Android 4.2.1 generating Bluetooth passkeys


Friday 22nd of November 2013 / android.net
I have a Bluetooth device I want to pair to, and it has no screen etc so no ability to input any passkey. My phone finds it okay, but when pairing, it seems to generate some random 6 digit key that it wants me to enter in the other device. Which it is not possible to do.What I really need is for the phone, running Android 4.2.1, to NOT generate a 6 digit code, and just try the standard 0000 or 1234 bluetooth codes, but there is no way I have been able to find how to do this. This is effectively locking me out of my device, which for the record is a Spot Connect satellite GPS messenger gadget for tracking me when I'm out on my motorcycle.
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