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Unfortunately, your phone doesn't have File Transfer Profile (FTP) in bluetooth, you'll need to use its USB cable to transfer files between PC and phone, it's a standard micro-USB (5-pin micro-USB 2.0) cable.
Its true that you cannot connect your iPhone to other mobile phones. Ive even heard you cant connect the iphone to a macbook via bluetooth.
You can connect your iPhone to headsets, handfrees, speakers etc via Bluetooth.
When you get an error "unable to perform Bluetooth operation", it means that one of the Bluetooth devices is not communicating correctly. It could be your phone, or it could be the Bluetooth device that you are trying to connect to. And that will depend on the device that you're connecting.
There's a possibility that the Bluetooth requirement of your device is not supported by your Nokia phone. Example, you are trying to pair up a Bluetooth handsfree car kit. "IF" the phone does not support the handsfree profile, then you will get this error message.
So, you need to make sure that your device and your phone is compatible with each other. Second, try to pair up the phone into different Bluetooth devices, like phones, headset, etc. Doing this will let you know if the Bluetooth on your phone is working or not. If it works with another Bluetooth devices, then the problem has something to do with the device that you are trying to connect to.
First off, did you pair with the phone? Open up your bluetooth menu (under settings) and search for the other phone. After you pair (the passkey is what you choose each time) you'll be able to receive bluetooth connections.
To receive files over bluetooth, you'll need to open up your media area, click the blackberry button, and scroll down to "Receive using bluetooth". At that point, send the file using the other phone and enjoy!
select show to all in blutooth setting to connect your bluetooth with other devices..if you are using ear piece (bluetooth) first add it in your devices connect it..and once it connected select hidden..so no other bluetooth device can interupt
Bluetooth doesn't shut off on its own unless you turn off your phone. In the bluetooth options, you should be able to select "Turning Bluetooth On", "Turning Bluetooth Off", or "Using Discovery Mode (60 seconds)." Discovery Mode, which I believe is what your using, is only used when connecting to another device.
My question for you is, what kind of device are you trying to connect to?