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Unable to transfer files from pc to phone via blue tooth

Blue tooth functioning one way only i.e. Phone to pc
Not pc to phone?
Unable to connect pc with phone via USB Data cable?

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Can u b more clear with ur querry... Please be descriptive on the phone model and operating system u r using...

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I want to transfer picutes from my phone to PC


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I want to transfer my pictures? from my phone to my pc.
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If you already have the USB transfer cable all you need to do then is download the software from that website, install it on your computer, this will sync all your photos to your pc without a hassle.
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How can i pass my mp3 file via bluetoot to other celphone


go to the song u want to transfer hit the option button look for send via blue tooth if there is nothing that says and about send via blue tooth ur phone is not ale to send media files such as music

May 16, 2011 | Sony Ericsson XPERIA X8 Cell Phone

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In my nokia 6300 phone , phone memory is running when i receiving data via blue tooth. how to change it to memory card?


Hello 000Krishna,

While receiving the data via blue tooth data will store in phone memory always.

If you want to transfer in memory card.

Then connect the phone in computer using the PC suite.

Please download the Nokia PC suite from

http://www.nokia.co.in/support/download-software/nokia-pc-suites

Then transfer your data from phone memory to memory card.

Mar 18, 2011 | Nokia 6300 Cell Phone

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I had a samsung a412 with alot of photos on it and now have a new phone but don't know how to get the pics off the old phone onto my computer


if the phone has an sd card transfer on to that then put the sd card into your new phone, or connect your old phone to your new phone with blue tooth and transfer them or transfer them to your computor via blue tooth then send them to your new phone via blue tooth

Jan 30, 2011 | Samsung Cell Phones

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Unable to connect bluetooth to another cell


Some of the carriers actually have a lockout on Blue tooth transfers. So depending upon your carrier even tough the phone itself is capable it may not be allowed. I work at US Cellular and all the B tooth options on these phone are unlocked, however they are unable to link to a verizon or sprint phone for example without having their associated data plan.

The process for doing the pairing is rather simple and if you followed the steps and they still wont its a lockout.

Go to your blue tooth setting on one of the phones, turn the find me mode on or make visable to others.

take the second phone and go to blue tooth check registered devices and click new search. once you find the other phone click pair and eenter in 0000, the other phone will ask if you want to pair in which case enter the 0000 pass code again.

Once paired if you are transfering pics or music go to your media library or pic gallary and find the fill. Select options and send via blue tooth, it will bring up the registered list and select the phone you are transfering to. that should be all you need to do, if it says not supported or unable to connect the BT is disabled and you need to speak with your wireless carier for assistance.

Nov 20, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Problem in transfering file via bluetooth


Hi,

It all depends. When you want to connect a blue tooth to a phone, You will need to switch on the blue tooth device and the phones blue tooth you are pairing with.

When pairing both device, you will ask for pairing code, You four digit numbers(default code(0000). and pair.

After pairing both device, you detected paired, you can now use the blue tooth device with your phone.

there are no special code for pairing Blue tooth device.
Normal codes used are any four digit, four numbers you want to use.(0000, 1234).


Take care.

Jun 17, 2010 | Sony Ericsson K750

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How shall transfer files from pc to my cellphone nokia 5130


Hi Hemendra,
hope you r doing good,
You can transfer files to nokia by connecting usb cable and via blue tooth. Nokia pc suite is required in case of file transfer. So install pc suite and choose any medium to transfer files

I hope i have answered your question

Thanks and Regards,
MechIntoSoft

Mar 03, 2010 | Nokia 5130 Cellular Phone

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I do not have data cable I want to connect to PC via blue tooth


GAME DIDNT TRANSFER. PLEASE CHECK BLUETOOTH CONNECTION

Nov 12, 2008 | Nokia 6233 Cellular Phone

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D900 Bluetooth


try a hard reset *2767*3855# then try again

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