Question about Samsung Katalyst SGH-T739 Cellular Phone
I'm trying to send a file to my friend's phone via bluetooth but it wont work. I did all the possible solutions I know but it still won't work
I had the generation before the katalyst which the bluetooth worked on but incidentally the screen cracked. I agree, what's the point if you can only connect to devices that seem to be unnecessary features. It's a load of bs that t-mobile wants to limit the amount of access and freedom to our personal phones. We should have a say in this!!
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
After a little digging it appears that T-Mobile has intentionally disabled this ability. Nice of them eh? It looks like they want to "allow" us to use headsets or handsfree, but they don't feel we should be allowed to connect via bluetooth to our computers or to other phones. I guess we're either all potential criminal download pirates, or we'd make a major dent in T-Mobile's VAST revenue stream.
I wonder if this is mentioned in my contract. Because now I feel like cancelling early. If anybody gets a T-Mobile rep to bend and let you in on a workaround, please let me know.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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