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Old 11-24-2006, 05:32 PM
A Ymous
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Default Bluetooth Settings locked on 6310

I can no longer make changes to any of the bluetooth options on my 6310.
If I try to turn bluetooth on or off (the phone indicates it is on) the
button does not do anything. None of the options can be changed. The
(left menu key) works on other options. Bluetooth appears to be locked
up.

I have tried a Restore Factory Defaults but it made no difference.

Any suggestions?

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Old 11-24-2006, 09:24 PM
losttheplot@tesco.net
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Default Re: Bluetooth Settings locked on 6310

On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 18:32:12 +0000, A Ymous
wrote this with the utmost thought:

>I can no longer make changes to any of the bluetooth options on my 6310.
>If I try to turn bluetooth on or off (the phone indicates it is on) the
>button does not do anything. None of the options can be changed. The
>(left menu key) works on other options. Bluetooth appears to be locked
>up.
>
>I have tried a Restore Factory Defaults but it made no difference.
>
>Any suggestions?


Switch it off, pull out the battery, wait a minute, reinsert battery and try
again. You do mean 6310i and not 6310 ?



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Old 11-25-2006, 10:33 AM
Richard Colton
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Default Re: Bluetooth Settings locked on 6310


"A Ymous" wrote in message
news:45673AAC.F16DDC3F@yahoo.co.uk...
>I can no longer make changes to any of the bluetooth options on my 6310.


The 6310 doesn't have BlueTooth, so I assume you mean a 6310i?

> If I try to turn bluetooth on or off (the phone indicates it is on) the
> button does not do anything. None of the options can be changed. The
> (left menu key) works on other options. Bluetooth appears to be locked
> up.
>
> I have tried a Restore Factory Defaults but it made no difference.
>
> Any suggestions?


You don't happen to have an Israeli handset do you? They used (could still
be) to have BlueTooth disabled. Next thing to check is firmware (*#0000#) -
if it's less than 7.00 (which is the latest and last version) get it
reflashed.

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