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Hi Folks, I am wondering whether someone would be able to help me out!

I did have a Sony Ericsson C905 which has recently gone wrong and refuses to work. I was also given a Parrot LS3200 hands free kit, and had no difficulty in setting it up. Due to the above problems with my 905 and it not able to pair with the Parrot, I was also given a Nokia N73 which is stated as being fully compatible with the 3200.

The problem is, I can't get it to pair. I have gone through no end of 3200 manuals and also N73 manuals, and although I am no technophobe, I followed the (very basic) instructions religiously, in case of me missing anything obvious. Still nothing.

Has anyone had a similar problem, or are they able to see what I am missing? The phone will not pick up the fact that there is a device there, and numerous attempts for it to search are futile. I am at the end of my tether, as all I need is a working handsfree as I drive for a living.

Thanks,

Sweep

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Hi Folks, I am wondering whether someone would be able to help me out!

I did have a Sony Ericsson C905 which has recently gone wrong and refuses to work. I was also given a Parrot LS3200 hands free kit, and had no difficulty in setting it up. Due to the above problems with my 905 and it not able to pair with the Parrot, I was also given a Nokia N73 which is stated as being fully compatible with the 3200.

The problem is, I can't get it to pair. I have gone through no end of 3200 manuals and also N73 manuals, and although I am no technophobe, I followed the (very basic) instructions religiously, in case of me missing anything obvious. Still nothing.

Has anyone had a similar problem, or are they able to see what I am missing? The phone will not pick up the fact that there is a device there, and numerous attempts for it to search are futile. I am at the end of my tether, as all I need is a working handsfree as I drive for a living.

Thanks,

Sweep

In addition to the above, I have also bought myself a bluetooth dongle (unfortunately I've never owned one) and have downloaded the software update for the 3200 in case this is the problem. I can't find the right settings to update the 3200 as the wizard asks me to choose one of about 10 com ports, something I can not find, and also asks me for a speed. This information, I cannot find anywhere and therefore cannot even pair the 3200 with my laptop to do an update. I am, as we speak, running a software update for the Nokia in the hope that whatever it installs, it will make it visable (and vice versa) to my 3200..... wishful thinking!

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welcome to the site <_<

Unfortunately your phone uses the Symbian operating system, this site is for Windows Mobile devices.

You may have a long wait for a reply and may be better trying a Symbian forum for phone specific issues.

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