HTC Desire :: How To Fix Bluetooth - Paired But Not Connected?
Jun 13, 2010
I'm trying to send a file via Bluetooth,both phones are paired but it says paired but not connected and nothing seems to happen. Onto my second question,my friend has a merc which has Bluetooth onboard but my phone couldn't pick it up but his old 40 phone picks it up straight away,wondered if it was possible.
I seem to be having a problem pairing my desire to other mobiles, I pair them both but on my screen it says "paired but not connected". Then I struggle to send/receive files etc.this is my 2nd desire & the first one did this also.
I'm trying to pair my Desire with my laptop to send a photo over bluetooth. I can't seem to connect properly as it says 'paired but not connected'. When I go into the photo I want to send and select 'send by bluetooth' it doesn't do anything, but in my notifications it says 'bluetooth transmission completed - 0 items sent'
I paired EVO with my HP HDX (model HDX X18T-1200 CTO) easy enough, but it says 'paired but not connected' on my phone. I'd want to utilize this for PDAnet and file transfer if possible but hit a brick wall since it won't connect. I'm wondering whether this is something on the computer side of things, I've never done it before (because the hero would never be discovered on bluetooth) so I am curious as to how to proceed.
I have paired the Moment with my car and have been able to make/receive calls. Sometimes it takes five or ten minutes to connect. Lately, it hasn't connected at all. I tried deleting the phone and re-pairing it, but that did not help. Yes, Bluetooth is ON. The car is listed on the Moment, stating "Paired but not Connected." Any ideas?
There has been one thread talking about Bluetooth headsets and it did not receive many replies. There have been a zillion threads about the Moment's difficulty in connecting via Bluetooth ("Paired but not connected").
If your Bluetooth headset works great with the Moment (e.g. connects consistently, good sound quality, etc.) Please post the manufacturer and model in this thread. Likewise, if your headset stinks, that is probably good information also, so post that too.
My Droid shows my Mac computer under Bluetooth Settings > Bluetooth Devices >. I can see it listed and it says "Paired but not connected". I then, on my Mac under the BT control panels, see "Droid" listed and it is also "paired but not connected."
Well, when I tell my Droid to "connect" via Bluetooth Settings > Bluetooth Devices > press my computers name (or long press and select "Connect") it grays out and says "connecting" and then my computer shows it as "connected". But, in a few seconds, the Droid reverts back to "Paired but not connected" and the Mac then also goes back to showing the Droid as "Not Connected".
I want to try this app that allows me to use my speaker and mic on my Mac to take and place phone calls, via BT, on my Droid - but I can't get the 2 to stay "connected" via BT. They pair, but wont connect. It pairs perfect with my car instantly every time.
is it just me or does the droid not like my bluetooth headset? its paired and everything and the phone is connected but the headset is not being used. i tried accessing the voice dial on my headset and nothing happens i try calling someone on my droid and the sound comes out of the speakers not the headset.
According to my HTC Desire, it's paired with my Nexxus (DrivesleekPro) hands free kit but not connected. When I make a call or have an incoming call the hands-free is ignored and the handset takes over. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
Why does the phone say PAIRED BUT NOT CONNECTED? How do i connect it to the other phone. To be more specific the other phone is the ERIS. So is it even possible to send songs, pics, etc to other phones from the DROID? And can the ERIS even accept bluetooth file transfers?
My understanding is that once two devices are paired that they will happily exchange information with each other without further intervention and this is certainly my experience when working with Nokia phones and PCs.
I have a problem with the pairing of my Nokia 6300 phone and my new HTC Desire.
I paired the devices and ticked "Always Trust Device"
The HTC shows the devices as paired.
HOWEVER in order to transfer date from the Nokia to the HTC I always need to make the HTC discoverable before anything will happen. This is particularly annoying since I 'm trying to transfer my photo collection and this has to be done photo by photo.
Forgive me if Im wrong but I thought the 2.1 update allowed me to file share via Bluetooth. Im trying to send an MP3 to a Blackberry 8900 and it just says Paired but not connected and the transfer fails.
I have searched but cannot find an answer to this. I have a friend who has an older android phone, I think it is a vodaphone branded phone, he has the ability to turn on bluetooth and if a connection is not made within a short time bluetooth automatically turns off and it also turns off if it is not connected for a short period. Sounds ideal if you want to connect to a head unit (bluetooth enabled car radio).I have seen such an app for android but it was only for Andriod 1.5 (or 1.6) and not any version newer than that - is there such a thing for 2.1 and 2.2 in the future?
So I've read the threads about the ROM leak causing the SMS problems, and so far I've not paired my Hero up with the bluetooth dialer in my car. The problem is, I really like using the bluetooth dialer in my car to accept and place calls - tapping on the touchscreen while driving is going to get me killed.
So is it safe to pair the phone with the car bluetooth, or is that type of connection what is going to cause the phone to stop receiving SMS?
how can I route audio to bluetooth ear when a bluetooth ear piece is paired? I have set my audio manager to be MODE_IN_CALL. audioManager.setMode(AudioManager.MODE_IN_CALL); I am not sure if that apply to my case, since it refers to some deprecated methods. Plus, doesn't android detects if there bluetooth ear piece is paired and routed to ear piece on phone or bluetooth ear piece automatically?
I have ford sync and it worked flawlessly with my iphone.The captivate will pair and download address book just fine.I authorized it to allow access however it will not automatically connect when in range.I read someplace this feature is fixed in froyo my question is can you get froyo early or do we have to wait for samsung to push it out?
Few months back Bluetooth worked fine in my HTC Velocity 4G and the OS was 2.x.x. Suddenly it started to malfunction. Bluetooth is working. Can search and find for Bluetooth devices. Can pair (but doesn't ask for the passcode confirmation). But,
1. Cannot connect to the paired device. 2. Cannot send or receive files. When share through Bluetooth it just nothing happens. Same for the file receiving.
I did reset but didn't solve the problem. Therefore I updated the OS to 4.0.3, then reset the phone. But no result.
I am tired of having to got to mainscreen->settings->wireless and networks->bluetooth settings to se a list of paired devices and the name of the one that is connected. So I figured I'd wade through the morass of bluetooth widgets on the market and find one that not only turns on/off bluetooth, but also shows list of paired devices and their connect status.Lo-and-behold I couldn't find a one.Anybody out there know of a widget that does this (or even close)?
Using Android 2.0 SDK. Is it possible to direct the TTS engine's output to a connected BT headset? I've tried with KEY_PARAM_STREAM set to all of the available stream types but the speech is still output by the speaker on the phone.
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I listen to music at work with some Bluetooth speakers. I also occasionally connect to WiFi while at work. Since the Froyo update if I am connected to both Wifi and Bluetooth while listening to music, the bluetooth will turn itself on and off over and over again. This did not happen to me prior to the Froyo update.I guess my question is, can we not be running and be connected to WiFi and Bluetooth at the same time with Froyo?
I didn't find an API to detect if a Bluetooth A2DP is connected. Can somebody point me out how to check? It looks like if I route audio to Bluetooth A2DP without check, the sound will be routed anyway, and the speaker is turned off.
New user....about 1 month. Have been using my Motorola Droid synced to Ford's Microsoft Sync for making phone calls (2010 F-150). Two problems I could use some advice on: 1. To answer an incoming call, I have to slide the "slider" on the lock screen of my phone. Is there a button i can push because this kind of defeats the handsfree feature? 2. Recently used the bluetooth audio to listen to an audiobook on a long drive. Worked very well. Now, whenever I have my phone in my truck, it automatically starts the Music App and begins playing some random selection. Is there a way to disable this feature? I tried using the wireless blutooth settings for MS Sync and disabling audio, but as soon as I got back into my truck, it connected and played again.
Lately, I have had a lot of issues with my bluetooth headphones (won't start on the countless other issues). Out of no where it will stop working; so I go into my bluetooth settings and the headset says it is still connected.... (not the issue)
The issue is when I try disconnecting then re-connecting, the message "Headset is disconnected" appears and will not go away under any circumstance. It stays there when going back to the home page, putting the phone to sleep and back on, everywhere, even when reconnected! The only way to get the message to go away is powering off the phone. I have repeated this several times with the same results 100% of the time.