Accidentally deleted bluetooth

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    I accidentally deleted (somehow) the bluetooth from my moto droid. The only thing I can find in marketplace is the bluetooth toggle (which I don't need). Does anyone know how I can put blue tooth back on my phone?
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    I don't even know how thats possible. It's built into the wireless and network settings.
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    I don't either but its gone and when I try to install a blue tooth toggle from the market (hoping it will appear) I get a message saying something about it will not install app because (something) isn't there
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    I too am having that issue...
    When I try to toggle it on the widget it force closes.
    And when I go through my bluetooth settings to turn it on, it says "Turning on..." then after a few seconds it goes back to giving me the option of turning it on.
    And in the status menu the Bluetooth Address is "Unavailable"

    Bluetooth worked for the first couple days I had the Droid, then it just stopped working. Don't know how I could have possibly deleted it.
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    Is BT on?...........
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    well that's the issue we're having... can't turn it on
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    Are you Rooted and played around at all with a file manager?
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    Not at all...
    I don't trust myself enough to mess with that stuff anytime soon
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    Then deleting BT seems unlikely...Might be a rouge app jacking it up....

    Might want to uninstall any BT apps and do a reboot
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    sounds likely... thanks i'll do that
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    So I ended up doing a factory reset...
    Bluetooth works again! All my apps were still on my phone, I only had to reactivate and sync the Droid. It was no big deal ( if your contacts are backed up on your gmail account).

    On another note, anyone having issues with the Panda Home app force closing?
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    Same post twice about your app... geez we're already spam posting?
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    You can also do a factory reset. That might fix the issue if other methods have not been viable.

    Hard Reset Motorola Droid
    1. Turn the Droid off. If it won’t turn off, take the battery out then place it back in.

    2. Open the keyboard and press the X key while pressing and holding Power. The device will power on. Keep holding the buttons down until a yellow triangle appers.

    3. Press the Camera and Volume Up buttons at the same time to get to the menu. (I had to press them several times).

    4. Use the direction pad to the right of the keyboard to select the Format option.
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    have you tried to do a factory reset? might be a good starting point
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