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  • andy.dickens Level 1 Level 1
    I am unable to bluetooth connect my iPhone 4 to my Macbook Air at all when booted to Win7. I can bluetooth connect the Macbook to my HP 6530b with Win7 just fine, and the iPhone will also connect to that, but only 1 time in 20 or so. It kind of points to a bluetooth problem on the phone. I am unable to discover any bluetooth devices with the phone, when I enable bluetooth, it will sit there on Device: Searching forever, even if surrounded by bluetooth devices in the 'Discoverable' state.

    My iPhone 4 is IOS 4.01, but I have tried my old iPhone 3G on 3.1.3 which is detected and connects perfectly
  • andy.dickens Level 1 Level 1
    I have solved my own problem. I replaced the Microsoft-installed Broadcom bluetooth drivers on the Macbook Air with the Lenovo driver 7zbv18ww.exe (version dated 24/08/2010. My iPhone 4 now pairs to my Macbook Air and in Device Manager, all but one of the long list of 'bluetooth peripheral device - driver not found' has gone.

    Just tested Internet tethering and got a connection.
  • carol2cars Level 1 Level 1

    I just got an iPhone 4S and I was able to pair my phone to my Jabra Cruiser 2 without any problems.  I followed the instructions on Jabra's web site and was able to pair my phone with the Cruiser the first time I tried.  You can find step-by-step instructions for pairing the iPhone 4 with the Cruiser here:

  • gwhelan Level 1 Level 1

    I may be resurrecting an old question here, but I recently have tried to pair my iPhone 4 with my iMac. It says it is paired, but is not connected. Just for reference, I also have my iPhone 4 paired successfully with my MBP. (and no, I am not attempting simultaneous Bluetooth connections).



  • suefromauckland Level 1 Level 1

    I have a fairly new iPhone 4 with iOS 5 - Bluetooth has never worked on this phone and I feel like getting a refund. I like to use bluetooth for - handsfree, connecting to my Sony Vaio, my iPad 2 and my iMac - all of these devices should EASILY be able to be connected via Bluetooth. All other phones I have had in the past have done this easily. Anyone know what to do? Apple, wanna send me a new phone?

  • LesPaulFan Level 1 Level 1

    I just wanted to pitch in here and say I was having the same problem...not able to pair a Jabra Extreme bluetooth on an IPhone4. I was however able to connect after I choose the option to "forget this device" on all the other bluetooth devices I had paired before. You must go to general settings and choose bluetooth option and then each device separately to do this.  I know this doesnt help others wanting to pair multiple devices. 

  • jupey Level 1 Level 1

    I think the first thing you should try, is to go to the website of your bluetooth device brand and follow

    the instructions for pairing/repairing.  I had the same problem and this worked for me.

  • Live4theJourney Level 1 Level 1

    Thx, this helped me pair my Jabra.  It works just fine.

  • chilvers237 Level 1 Level 1

    Just got a new iphone 4 was having a bit of trouble connecting my cheap blue tooth ear pieces, however they are now paired & connect automatically when they are switched on, got into the blue tooth setting switched on my ear piece & they paired but not connected, so i tapped on the screen where the device was indicated & the phone asked for code, which was 0000 and hey presto everything fired up, computers are not really my thing so if i can do it anybody can, good luck

  • Kali5 Level 1 Level 1

    Hello, I just recently purchased an iPhone 4s and I just bought a Jabra Cruiser off of Amazon. I did not recieve directions with the Jabra Cruiser and was wondering if you could help me out! I do not understand how to connect the two together.

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