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05/08/2012 10:42 PM

My wife has an iphone but it dosent react to bluetooth. How do you load bluetooth on an iphone3??

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05/08/2012 11:30 PM
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05/09/2012 1:01 AM

Put iphone and bluetooth in a bowl, pour some acid... Just kiddin... You will see fumes, smokes coming out ;) Just kiddin again. Try to find which version of bluetoth, try to authorise devices.

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05/10/2012 12:21 AM

You don't give enough detail. Bluetooth is only useful over 2-3 meters distance, preferably less. At least one of the devices (the one being sought) must be in 'discoverable' mode.

Bluetooth is always present in every iPhone3; you can't load it. As someone indicated before me, go to Settings (the Gears icon), then to General, and you will see Bluetooth. If it is Off, click the word Bluetooth and then click ON. It should then say that it is discoverable.

Note that using Bluetooth requires energy more or less continuously, so it is wise to turn it off when not needed. Use a USB cable to connect it to your computer. If you don't have iTunes on the computer, get it!

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