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I installed XP SP3 and drivers, push the botton Bluetooth, then find my cell phone(via Bluetooth in a task bar), but I could not open my phone and see the structure(folders and files). If I use cable everything is all right. What's wrong?
Bluetooth does not have that kind of connection, it's not the same as a USB cable. There are functions that bluetooth offers called profiles. Depending on the bluetooth stack you have (the one that comes with windows is very limited) will offer you different services, however, I am pretty sure there are no profiles that offer file browsing, only sending and recieving files. You can sync (with like activesync or itellesync) and send files, but not manage file and folder structures, nor request a file.
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you might need to install a mobile phone suite which is a program that will let you install a mobile phone to a computer this will have to be specific to your phone there are a number of phone suites nokia Samsung sony ericson to name a few here is a phone suite link hope this helps
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