Okay, am I the only person that wants to bluetooth pair my phone with my Windows computer? I've searched all over the place and can't find hardly any posts on any forum anywhere about this. The very few I did find have generic answers, none of which work (it's like the people who try to answer have no actual experience with the S III and are just throwing out general bluetooth tips). So I want to pair my brand new Samsung Galaxy S III (Sprint, Jelly Bean) with my computer (Windows 7, tried both 32-bit and 64-bit, no luck on either). It goes through the bluetooth pairing process, makes the initial pairing, the phone shows up in the bluetooth devices list, but then Windows shows it's usual "Installing drivers" message box, then after a minute or so says it failed. If I look in Device Manager I have two "Bluetooth Periperal Device" items listed under "Other devices", and both have the yellow triangle with the exclamation point on them. I've checked Samsung's web site and they have USB drivers, but no bluetooth Windows drivers. I have Samsung Kies installed on the computer and the phone does connect via USB just fine, but I can not get it to connect via Bluetooth becuase of this missing driver. IS there a Bluetooth driver for the S III for Windows? If not, why not? This was a standard function in my 4 year old Windows Mobile 6.0 phone. Don't tell me they've taken a step backwards in basic phone functionality in the last 4 years.