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Old 03-02-2013, 11:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My BlackBerry Bold automatically paired with my factory-installed Mazda bluetooth for 2 years, without any problems. I recently removed this stereo and installed an aftermarket one. I deleted "Mazda" from my Bluetooth settings and added my new stereo to my BlackBerry's Bluetooth settings. Despite the stereo and the Blackberry being set to automatically pair, they don't. My BlackBerry continues to search for "Mazda" even though it is no longer listed as a paired device (and I removed the stereo from my car). I can manually pair them, however.

Maybe if the BlackBerry wasn't searching for the Mazda, it might automatically pair with my new stereo's Bluetooth. Do I need to go back to factory settings on my BlackBerry?
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Like any BT device it may need to be placed into pairing mode. It should then be listed on the BB if it's in search mode.
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Like any BT device it may need to be placed into pairing mode. It should then be listed on the BB if it's in search mode.
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It is in pairing mode. And it does pair. But not automatically. And why is mt BlackBerry still searching for a deleted (physically removed from my car) device?
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Did you delete the old radio from the BB?
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Yes.
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if your sure you deleted it then it should not be searching. Have you pulled the battery on the BB to reset it? If not pull the battery.
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I deleted it through Bluetooth settings. Is there another way to delete it?

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And I did pull the battery. Still searhing. Anything else I can do?
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Unless it is associated with one of your Apps it should be gone. If you have a phone with standard factory apps you may have to reload the OS. It sounds like the OS may be corrupted. If you have done everything you stated it should be gone.

It is a weird problem.
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