[resolved: see end of post. I'll just edit this rather than bumping with a new post to advertise my ignorance.] Galaxy S f/w 2.1. It doesn't find either of my bluetooth devices - headset and handsfree. My old phone worked fine on both of them. I enable Bluetooth. The icon goes nice and green. The blue squiggly thing appears in the top bar. I activate my VisorBlade hands-free device. It beeps and the right lights come on. But no glimmer of recognition from the Galaxy. I go to Settings > Wireless and Network > Bluetooth > Scan Devices. Nothing found. I switch on my Plantronics Voyager 520 and it beeps and the right lights come on. Phone remains nonchalently aloof. Scan for devices. Nothing doing. But. My PC finds the phone when I do the Make Device Visible thing. I've had a scan through previous threads but haven't found anything similar. Any ideas please? ================================================================ I now better understand the difference between 'pairing' and 'connecting'. The Voyager was paired with my old phone (think long-term relationship) and would connect whenever it was switched on and in range (I won't try to provide an analogy for that bit). Basically I had to put the Voyager back into pairing mode by switching on (opening the mic arm) and pressing the pickup/hang-up button at the same time as the reject button which is covered by the mic arm when switched off. It makes a peep and flashes red and blue. At this point the phone picked up the bluetooth device.