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Topic # 6206 6-Jan-2006 05:42
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I have just purchased the Motorola E550. When I try to get my E550 to search for other Bluetooth devices it says no devices found even though there are other Blue tooth devices around. Other Bluetooth phones can find my E550 but my phone can't find them. (bluetooth is powered on) It will not find any devices, my mate was sat next to me his phone found mine and five or six others, my phone found nothing.... Any clues?
I have read that the phone is only bluetooth audio and not data. This can't be true as my mates phone found mine and downloaded a video to me plus he copied the contents of my address book .... Like I say, other phones can find me but I can't find them.

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Reply # 25802 6-Jan-2006 06:55
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Reply # 25803 6-Jan-2006 07:03
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Well, bluetooth is powered on, when I go to connection then, bluetooth link then, scroll to setup and then to"Find Me" it says "discoverable fo 60 seonds". When I go tolook fo devices it scans but finds nothing.

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