This is going to be somewhat difficult because you have to select your pictures first and have to find the device. First you have to press the menu button (which is the middle button on top with the line through it) then press to the right to select fun and apps; press select again (which is the top right button next to menu) then press to the right and select button. That would take you in the pictures. Press the down button twice and then you are going to press the number 0 button. Do this multiple times until you think you selected all your pictures. After this press the menu button again then press the down button 4 times this should take you to move marked files and press select. This should take you to the menu of devices you have which the first one is hopefully your computer. Press select and a message should pop up on the computer telling you to accept the files. Good Luck
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On your Ford Sync board, press the phone button. It will start to search for already paired devices. If none is found, press the arrow buttons until you find 'Add Bluetooth Device'. Then, press OK. You'll see it will generante a PIN. Now, make your phone's bluetooth application look for new devices. After a while, the Ford Sync device will appear on the phone screen. Select it, and make the the bluetooth application proceed. When a PIN (or pairing code, or passkey) is requested, enter the PIN generated by the Ford Sync device.
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On the back there is some plates. Take off 6 (i know there are 8 but 2 of them aren't worth the trouble, theyr'e the corner ones close to the front) then pull of the top. Pretend the top is still on. There should be chip right behind the power button. If there is one push the white button and hold down the black lever on the top. If there isn't a chip you have to order one from sony.
You need to march right back to Verizon and demand a new phone. If you do a search on the internet, there are multitudes of people with the exact same broken hinge problem. This is a design defect and should be replaced no questions asked. Verizon knows about this problem. I had my phone less than 6 months when my right hinge just broke...no dropping or other damage. I went in and they replaced it free of charge - because they knew about the problem. That was just a month ago and my right hinge broke again today...one month later. I am going to demand a new phone or they will be facing a class action law suit. Who ever told you this had to be filed with insurance and that you have to pay $50 did not know what they were talking about. Do what I am going to do and print off all of the complaints and present them to Verizon.
Depending on brand of phone look for settings then connection.Under connection look for bluetooth or something similar.Under bluetooth look for setup then find or locate that is discovery mode.Now push power on button of bluetooth and hold in until a steady light is on if done correctly phone should now connect to bluetooth then enter passcode,usually 0000.
Bluetooth, again select ON,
My Phone Visibility, select SHOWN TO ALL,
My Phone's Name, give it a Name ie. mine is Goliath,
It should work after that. The order of the menu might not be the same on your phone as above, but it gives you the idea of where to find Bluetooth settings.
The name you give your phone is the name that other people will see when you send a file/pic etc...
Did you have a memory card insde the phone? If so, try borrow someones usb/memory card adapter or buy one, if you're not willing to buy one and no one else has one then you could use a USB cable. (Or borrow one).
If you use your phone so much that you find you remember what keys to push to get to a certain play and you have another bluetooth enabled phone then send them to that phone. Bluetooth should activate automatically.