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Bluetooth
¤ . . . use to select Bluetooth OK Search for Headset / Search Data
Device OK . . . the search starts (may take up to 30 seconds) . . . the names of found devices
are displayed . . . possible options:
Editing the list of known (trusted) devices
Open the list
¤ . . . use to select Bluetooth OK Known Devices OK . . . the
known devices are listed, an icon indicates the type of device
If a device is connected, the relevant icon is shown in the display header instead of .
Edit an entry
¤ . . . use to select Bluetooth OK Known Devices OK . . . use
to select entry . . . possible options:
Rejecting/accepting a non-registered Bluetooth device
If a Bluetooth device that is not registered in the list of known devices tries to connect to the
handset, a prompt will appear asking you to enter the PIN of the Bluetooth device (Bonding).
Register device: ¤Options Trust Device OK . . . use to enter the PIN
of the Bluetooth device to be registered OK . . . the device is
added to the list of known devices
Display information about a device:
¤ . . . use to select a device, if applicable View . . . the device
name and device address are displayed
Repeat search: ¤Options Repeat Search OK
Cancel search: ¤Cancel
Bluetooth headset
Bluetooth data device
View an entry: ¤View . . . the device name and device address are displayed
Press OK to go back
De-register a Bluetooth device:
¤Options Delete entry OK
Edit name: ¤Options Edit Name OK . . . use to edit name Save
If an active Bluetooth device is de-registered, it may try to re-connect as a "non-
registered device".
Reject: ¤ Briefly press the End call key .
Accept: ¤ . . . use to enter the PIN of the Bluetooth device to be
accepted OK . . . Wait for PIN confirmation . . . then
Add the device to the list of known devices: Yes
Use the device temporarily: No . . . the Bluetooth connection can be
used, as long as the device is located within transmission range or until
it is switched off
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