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Nokia e71 - how to set a blue tooth pairing as trusted

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Ive successfully paired the phone with my laptop but it keeps asking me intermittently .... connect to laptop - yes or no
Really annoying.

I ahd no problem on previous phones setting as trusted.

Where ont his one?

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worded,

There has been a lot of dropped bluetooth connectivity issues reported with this phone, so I don't know if the following will help:

Go to "Connectivity", then "Bluetooth", then "Paired Devices". Within the "Paired Devices", go to "Options" and select "Set as authorized".

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LHerrou
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Correct answer!

Do you know the answer to this one for the same phone?
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Digital_Living/Hardware/Cell_Phones/Q_24423975.html
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