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Make sure the phone is set to
- Bluetooth On / Enabled
- Bluetooth 'discoverable'
Then try to first pair, then connect.
At what point does the process break down? if with some error message, what is the error message, and on which device does the error message appear?
One of the devices, or both, may not be set to 'discoverable'.
Or, perhaps you need to do the pairing in the opposite direction, from the other device. (It's something to try in this situation, at any rate.)
Well. It seems you *can't* connect from the iPhone. (BTW, what version of iPhone is it? that might well limit connectibility. Also, what version of iOS is on the iPhone?)
I'm sorry - I thought you might have some early version of the iPhone like the iPhone 4.
I am frankly puzzled as to what might cause this problem, so I have Opted Out of the case, opening it to other Experts in this category.
Hi there and welcome
Choose on the iPhone Settings -> General -> Bluetooth -> ONSelect the LG if it is listed and touch Unpair.
Then on the iPhone hold the home and power buttons for about 10 seconds until you see the Apple Logo then release.
Let the iPhone restart
When it has, then pair and tell me if it now functions please.