Bluetooth paring with Sony Experia J?

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  1. Wapopwa

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    Greetings from a new forum member. I use iPad gen3 for video, games and browsing and an iPod for music/audio/podcast etc. with the ubiquity of WiFi I don't need an iPhone for the limited voice calls and texting/whatsapping I do so I upgraded my private Mobile to an Experia J this week (in UK). iPad and phone detected each other and exchanged codes then iPad displayed 'device not supported on Bluetooth' . So does anyone know is this a glitch or finger trouble or the truth? I'll have a look round the topics etc in case there's info there.
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    I mean 'Pairing' of course....
     
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    Apple only allows pairing with devices it thinks have a reason for such. Generally, pairing a phone and an iPad is not supported. If you are trying to share photos and such, try the bump app that works across platforms.
     

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