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VX4500 and HS850 bluetooth headset question...

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by Roccapriore, Oct 2, 2005.

  1. Roccapriore

    Roccapriore New Member

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    OK..

    I'm trying to connect the Motorola bluetooth headset to my LG VX4500 phone.. and in the instructions for the headset.. it says to "Perform a device discovery" from the phone.

    Any idea how I do this? I've looked the phone manual up and down and cant find anything. Any and all help is much appreciated. Thanks!!!
    -Brian
     
  2. zamboni77

    zamboni77 Supreme CadGuru
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    I had the 4500 and its not bluetooth compatable.....
    sorry
     
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  3. ZaphodB

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    The LG VX4500 does not support Bluetooth. The only Verizon phone that does is the Motorola V710.
     
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    E815 has bluetooth also. Those are the only two that I know of though.
     
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    The LG VX8100 and VX9800 also have bluetooth.
     
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    Don't leave out my treo 650
     
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    Yea.. I'm an idiot. Bought an adaptor, works OK now.. just have this dumb looking black box hanging off my phone. Thanks for all your replies!
     
  8. Tony E!

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    so for the record, there are five phones for Verizon that support B/T...
     
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    make it 4 1/2 because the treo has very poor bluetooth compatability with headsets, which besides syncing, is all the bluetooth can do.
     
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