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Try and find out if your computer is fitted with Bluetooth if so it should have some software to allow you to download from your phone. If not try this software.
If your computer does not come with Bluetooth you will need a blue tooth dongle.
Then its a matter of installing the dongle, the software that comes with it, (or use the above) Swith your Bluetooth "on", on your phone. Try with no security settings and make your phone visible. You should now be able to transfer files. There is a easier way, purchase a USB card reader for your memory chip inside your phone. Remove the chip from the phone, insert it into the card reader, insert that into your computer. Then use the normal file manager to cut, copy, paste file across.
Best of luck
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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