have a LG G3 that just got, paired it to a LG HBM-260 mono headset, pair up just fine but when I turn the headset off the G3 will not auto connect again to the headset . But each time I want to use the headset I have go into bluetooth settings and connect manually. I cannot find a bluetooth auto connect in the phone.
I have unpaired and paired a couple of times, and still have to connect the headset manually.
Tim, I can understand being accustomed to the Bluetooth connecting automatically. Let’s put a fresh set of eyes on this for you. Because the two devices can pair, we know that it must be something keeping it from connecting to each other automatically. There should not be an auto connect on the phone. As long as the Bluetooth feature is turned on, it should connect whenever you turn on the Bluetooth device. To make sure we are on the same page, I have provided some instruction below:
Bluetooth® Discovery Mode - LG G3
1. From a Home screen, navigate: Apps icon > Settings > Bluetooth.
2. If presented with Bluetooth tutorial screen, tap CONTINUE.
3. Ensure Bluetooth switch (located at the top) is turned on .
Visible to other devices while on this screen.
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Thank You, but that was the procedure I used to pair the head set and Bluetooth feature was never turned off. After receiving your message I even tried turning the Bluetooth off and then back on, no luck. I will try contacting LG