I can't get my Nokia Bh-905i headset to pair up with my computer's usb bluetooth dongle, but it will pair up with my wiimote in a second. When trying to connect the 905i headset, it's stuck on "connecting to device" screen, which I am never presented with a pairing screen. Then it reports an error 0x80004005. I have tried installing broadcom's drivers, removing registry keys, new bluetooth profile name [Device Manager > Bluetooth > Advanced Name], and pairing multiple times and rebooting.
I don't understand what is going wrong, the bluetooth adapter works with wiimote, a lot of people have no problem at all pairing up with their 905i headset, broadcom's drivers is suppose to be the end-all fix for bluetooth issues, but yet nothing has fixed it.
I couldn't pair either of my two headsets to my Windows 7 machine. Here's what fixed it for me. In Device Manager, under Bluetooth Radios, I opened the properties for my radio (Broadcom 2046 Bluetooth 2.1+EDR USB Device with First Connect). Under the Advanced tab, I took the hyphen out of my radio's name. The headsets paired immediately after that.
This is a pretty serious bug considering the radio takes its name from the computer name, which is username-PC by default when you install Windows 7.
Already tried that, that's what I meant by "new bluetooth profile name [Device Manager > Bluetooth > Advanced Name]". It wasn't too clear on my end though. I am thinking of just buy another adapter... This is driving me insane.
It's brand new, I might return. It has to go to China though. ;_; I actually bought the BH-905i because of it's long battery life, 23 hours of talk, and 24 hours of listening. I can't see it being the headset though, once it's paired with my phone I am good to good. I haven't tested the mic yet as I was going to do that on my computer, hahaha. sigh