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#4200 11-Jun-2005 19:59
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My ipac HX4700 is not found by any other bluetooth device after a hard reset. Anyone experienced the same? Any suggestions for solutions?

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  #15507 11-Jun-2005 22:33
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is it still set as "discoverable"?


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Wannabe Geek

  #15509 11-Jun-2005 23:12
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Yes. Still discoverable.



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Ultimate Geek


  #15510 11-Jun-2005 23:29
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i'm just blind guessing, until a windows expert sees this thread.

have you tried turning off discoverable mode, saving those settings, and then turning discoverable back on again?

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#15511 12-Jun-2005 00:18
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You should have it discoverable and set to be seen by all devices by default after a hard reset. Is it set to "Aloow other devices to connect" - "All devices", and "Other devices can discover me"?

Also, make sure the Bluetooth name is set.



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