590 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 5, 2007 2:07 AM by iVmichael
You could try going the other way: establish a connection using the phone.
It might also depend on what you are attempting to do. The first step is to establish a "pairing" between the two devices (the phone and your MBP). Once this has been accomplished, you might be able to simply send files and such automatically.
I can tell you that my Samsung A900M (a lot like the Razr) gave me problems when I attempted to establish a connection to it using my MBP. The phone would simply freeze, and I had to remove the battery to recover (it wouldn't even power down normally). I was attempting to establish a Bluetooth connection in order to use the phone as a broadband modem (it is designed to do this). After wasting a bunch of time with it, I found that the phone would happily pair with the MBP by itself, and I could then use either device to establish a connection.
This might provide all the help you need. If not, please give us more information about what you are trying to do.