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Old 08-28-2009, 12:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Bluetooth audio setup---"connection failed"

thanks to all who helped me with manually entering my contacts for hands free bluetooth. now i'm trying to setup my bluetooth audio on my 2010. i have a samsung eternity phone that i'm trying to stream internet radio via bluetooth audio. i can get it to work with my aux plug, but this disables my ability to use hands free for the phone.

when i go through the pairing process it always says "connection failed" i'm not the most technically savvy person, but what am i missing here? shouldn't all cell phones that have internet capability and blue tooth capability be able to use the bluetooth audio option.

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i have the i phone and i cant stream the internet radio through the blue tooth, however when im useing the aux and i get a phone call i can use the blue tooth though the aux is still pluged in.
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appreciate the response. i'll have to mess with the streaming internet radio via the aux and still see if i can use the blue tooth for calls. i might have disabled bluetooth by accident.

well if the iphone can't do it. guess i'm screwed with my samsung. so what is bluetooth audio used for if you can't stream internet from your phone??
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no, i tried it and for some reason when i plug the aux into my headphone jack on my cell phone it automatically disconnects the hands free. when i try to manually reconnect, it tells me connection failed. it's something with the phone. if anybody knows i'd appreciate a response.

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