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When I want to receive files from another mobile, my phone can not be recognized; I have checked the" the device is visible to other devices" already; but it does'nt work. i have reset the phone...


If you're trying to send/receive files via Bluetooth, you'll need to go into the Windows Marketplace and download a Bluetooth File Send application. The Bluetooth that comes with most mobile phones is restricted to using Bluetooth Headsets.

Apr 10, 2011 | HTC Touch Viva Cell Phone

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How to receive large files through bluetooth in nokia 5800


You can receive large files in your phone if you have enough memmory on your memory card.If we receive a file through bluetooth , it will be stored in the message inbox.So if we try to receive a large file,the phone says not enough memory to receive.You can avoid this problem by changing the storage memory for messages.Before receiving large files through bluetooth,go to messaging.Then select options.Select the settings.Then select other.There you can see an option for memory in use.Select it and change the memory in use into memory card and press ok.Then receive the file through bluetooth.After saving the file,you can change the memory in use into phone memory.Thanks.

on Jan 08, 2011 | Cell Phones

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How do I get my bluetooth to receive from other phones?


First you have to go to your bluetooth option and pair with the phone you want to receive from. Once you are paired with this phone you have to know what you are going to receive i.e. a ringtone/picture/video then you go to your "Media" folder and go to the folder you want what you're receiving to go in. Like if it were a picture you would click your pictures folder. While in the folder you want to receive hit your Blackberry button (to the left of the trackpad) and click "Receive using Bluetooth" your phone is then in receiving mode and the other person can send the file.

I'm not sure why Blackberry makes it so complicated to Bluetooth files--I think it's a deep security measure, but this should work!

Jan 16, 2011 | RIM BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 Cell Phone

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I cannot send pictures from my blackberry storm,


You receive a Failed to Find Service message when you attempt to transfer a media file between two BlackBerry Pearl smartphones.

The BlackBerry Pearl smartphone receiving the media file is not properly configured.
To send and receive files between two BlackBerry smartphones using Bluetooth® wireless technology, complete the following steps:
  1. Enable Bluetooth technology on the BlackBerry smartphones. For instructions, see the Turn on Bluetooth technology section of the BlackBerry User Guide.
  2. Make the BlackBerry smartphones discoverable. For instructions, see the Make your BlackBerry device discoverable section of the BlackBerry User Guide.
  3. Pair the BlackBerry smartphones. For instructions, see the Pair with a Bluetooth enabled device section of the BlackBerry User Guide.
  4. Set the Trusted field to Yes on both BlackBerry smartphones by completing the following steps:
    1. In the Bluetooth application, highlight the BlackBerry smartphone and press the Menu button.
    2. Select Device Properties.
    3. Set the Trusted field to Yes.
    4. Press the Menu button and select Save.
  5. Send and receive the transfered file.
On the recipient's BlackBerry smartphone
  1. On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, select Media.
  2. Select a media type (Music, Video, Ring Tones, Pictures).
  3. Press the Menu button and select Receive using Bluetooth. The File Transfer dialog box appears, followed by a prompt to Save or Cancel the file.
  4. Select Save to save the file to the current location, or select the folder icon to save the file in a different location.
On the sender's BlackBerry smartphone
  1. On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, select Media.
  2. Select the same media type selected on the recipient's BlackBerry smartphone.
  3. Press the Menu button and select Send Using Bluetooth.
  4. When prompted to select a BlackBerry smartphone, select the recipient's BlackBerry smartphone.

Nov 02, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone

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I can not receive incomming blue tooth on my blackberry 9500


To send and receive files between two BlackBerry smartphones using Bluetooth® wireless technology, complete the following steps:
  1. Enable Bluetooth technology on the BlackBerry smartphones. For instructions, see the Turn on Bluetooth technology section of the BlackBerry User Guide.
  2. Make the BlackBerry smartphones discoverable. For instructions, see the Make your BlackBerry device discoverable section of the BlackBerry User Guide.
  3. Pair the BlackBerry smartphones. For instructions, see the Pair with a Bluetooth enabled device section of the BlackBerry User Guide.
  4. Set the Trusted field to Yes on both BlackBerry smartphones by completing the following steps:
    1. In the Bluetooth application, highlight the BlackBerry smartphone and press the Menu button.
    2. Select Device Properties.
    3. Set the Trusted field to Yes.
    4. Press the Menu button and select Save.
  5. Send and receive the transfered file.
On the recipient's BlackBerry smartphone
  1. On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, select Media.
  2. Select a media type (Music, Video, Ring Tones, Pictures).
  3. Press the Menu button and select Receive using Bluetooth. The File Transfer dialog box appears, followed by a prompt to Save or Cancel the file.
  4. Select Save to save the file to the current location, or select the folder icon to save the file in a different location.
On the sender's BlackBerry smartphone
  1. On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, select Media.
  2. Select the same media type selected on the recipient's BlackBerry smartphone.
  3. Press the Menu button and select Send Using Bluetooth.
  4. When prompted to select a BlackBerry smartphone, select the recipient's BlackBerry smartphone.




from :http://www.blackberry.com/btsc/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=KB05409

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Aug 27, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone

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I can't receive files via bluetooth on my Blackberry Bold


When you want to receive a bluetooth file do the following:

1. Go to Media.
2. Hit the menu key (left of trackball) and select Explore.
3. Browse to the folder you want to store the file in.
5. Hit Menu key again and select "receive using bluetooth."
6. Send from the other phone.

You'll have to do this for each file individually.

Jun 25, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry Bold Smartphone

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How to connect via bluetooth my blackberry and my macbook?


Hi
to receive data files on a Blackberry you need to 1st make sure your device is set to visible in bluetooth settings. If the BB is receiving? In menu select media, once in media menu press BB button. A sub menu will pop up and you should see an option to receive by bluetooth? Select this and now the device should say 'waiting for connection'. Now send file from other device and it should receive. Hope that helps?

May 03, 2009 | RIM Cell Phones

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Can i save files sent through bluetooth strait to my memory card on the lg ks360


o send a file via Bluetooth:From the Start-up screen select the Main Menu icon
Go to Multi-media (Figure 1)
Select My Stuff (Figure 2)
Go the images/sounds/videos/documents and select the file you wish to send
Select the Menu icon at the bottom left of the screen
Select Send Via (Figure 3)
Then choose Bluetooth (Figure 4)
You will then be presented with a list of devices in your area. (Figure 5)
If you do not see the device you wish to send your file to ensure it’s has Bluetooth switched on and select New 
Your handset with then search for all Bluetooth devices in your area (Figure 6)
Select your device and your handset will send the file (Figure 7)
The Bluetooth device you are sending your file to must accept the file (Figure 8)

To receive files via Bluetooth ensure you have Bluetooth switched on – only accept files from devices you recognise.
You will receive a message stating the file name with the option to accept or reject the file
To receive select Accept (Figure 9)
The file will then be transferred to your handset (Figure 10)
It will then be saved in your images folder

Oct 18, 2008 | LG Cell Phones

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Bluetooth


i use bluetooth all the time, and i'm registered on us cellular, and they restrict everything, except sending things via bluetooth. I can only send ringtones and wallpaper, and maybe that's all you can do too; because the files are corrupt, in other words-your phone doesn't support it.

Jul 28, 2008 | Nokia N95 Cellular Phone

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Bluetooth and infra red unable to send files to any device but can receive the files


the mobile to which u r sending file must have bluetooth on and should be in "show to all" mode
then u can transfer the files

Feb 03, 2008 | Nokia 6708 Cellular Phone

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