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This is true, files that are about 500-600 MB and above should not be sent via Bluetooth, you may spend almost an hour waiting for it transfer and it may disconnect at 95%. Please use a USB cable to transfer file to PC and then to other device via USB the fastest and the safest method
I have the same problem with the same phone.
I bought a Zeemote (bluetooth controller) which needs to have a .sis file installed on the phone, but the phone does not recognize the file type. Please help.
As for mefonna's problem, I usually connect my phone to my laptop, go into 'My Computer' to access the phone and just transfer files (drag and drop) across directly to your phone from there. There is also an app you could download called 'Bluetooth File Transfer' (which is free) to transfer files via bluetooth.
Turn on the Bluetooth wireless feature. To turn on the Bluetooth follow the below steps, 1. In Menu mode, select Applications > Bluetooth. 2.. Select the circle in the center to turn on the Bluetooth wireless feature. 3.. To allow other devices to locate your phone, select Settings > On under My phone’s visibility > Save. To connect other device to your mobile 1. In Menu mode, select Applications →Bluetooth → Search. 2. Select and drag a device icon into the centre. 3. Enter a PIN for the Bluetooth wireless feature or the other device’s Bluetooth PIN, if it has one, and select OK. When the owner of the other device enters the same PIN or accepts the connection, pairing is complete. After connecting you can start sending the files from one mobile to another mobile. To send files follow the below steps. 1. Select the file or item from one of your phone’s applications that you want to send. 2. Select Send via or Send URL via → Bluetooth, or select More → Send via Bluetooth
make sure that all of the files that you have sent before via bleutooth was move on your memory card.take a lokk at your phone memory on how much is the free space.because once you transfer file via bluetooth it uses your phone memory. check your inbox outbox and myfolders.delete or move the files that is in there.then try to send via bluetooth again.hope I explained it well.
Hi lizzy2, I am sure i know its solution. There are 2 types of data storages in mobile phones. One is phone memory and another one is MMC. In NOKIA s60s, all files sent via bluetooth is sent to the inbox. But ur NOKIA is type of s40. i Think, so ur all music or files sent to ur mobile via bluetooth is received in ur folder "received files" in phone memory in gallery ! I m sure check out ur folder "received files". 1st go to gallery, and see there r many folders such as sounds,video clips, memory card, received files, themes. Go to that "received files" folder, and there is ur required files. =============================================== looking for ur kind feedback. I m Sajan(firstname.lastname@example.org) If need help, just send me feedbacks.