I cant download audio files via bluetooth .. this happened out of the blue. normally i just had to check if i had enuf memory, but now even if it downloads, it says file is corrupt, even though the file isnt.
and th day this strted my dwnloded audio files got automatically deleted!! :(
and i cant even "view" my contact details, i have to selct "add digits" to be able to see 'em
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Re: cant bluetooth audio filez
Reformat is the best solution go to ur setting then open initial set up goto master reset after the rebooting go again to initial set up then master clear after that u can solve ur problim bout full memory or notenough memory....
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Try playing other audio files. Ensure that audio can play fine from the same audio device when using a headphone.
If Step 1 is not the case, try listening to audio by connecting the speaker to the Bluetooth device using the Aux-in cable. This will isolate if it's a Bluetooth connection issue or not. Remember to disconnect/un-pair the Bluetooth connection first.
If the issue only happens when connecting via Bluetooth, do the following:
Adjust the distance between the speaker and the Bluetooth device.
Reset the speaker to its factory default settings. For instructions on how to reset your speaker, go to the product's support site to view the relevant knowledgebase article.
Clear the current pairing entry from your Bluetooth device. For instructions on how to clear the pairing entries, consult the user's manual of your Bluetooth device.
Try re-pairing the speaker and the Bluetooth device. For instructions on how to pair the speaker with the Bluetooth device, go to the product's support site to view the relevant knowledgebase article.
To further isolate, try pairing the speaker with other Bluetooth device.
If the issue happens when connecting either on Bluetooth or Aux-in, please contact Creative Customer Support via email.
Note: Creative Bluetooth speakers do not need any driver to operate. You may need to update the Bluetooth driver of your computer's built-in Bluetooth adapter or your USB dongle. To determine whether your computer or USB dongle is updated with the latest Bluetooth driver, please refer to their user's guide or website for information.
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.
first of all make pair with the other phone and then tell some one to send u file via bluetooth ... and then go to ur BlackBerry's media click on option and then click on receive file via blutooth . thats the regular procedure to recive any file via blue tooth on black berry
this happens because, ur phone might not support the file type which that photo is in. Plz refer ur manual , where u will come to kno about the supported photo format as well as other supporting multimedia files.
First, you should have a program on your computer that you are giong to use for downloading music. You may install LimeWire for PCs or FrostWire for Mac.
Those programs will allow you to search and download songs. You have to save the downloaded songs into a folder.
Now, in order for you to transfer those songs from the computer to the phone via Bluetooth, your computer should be Bluetooth enabled also.
1. Turn on the Bluetooth on your phone. 2. Pair up the phone with the computer via Bluetooth. 3. The computer will recognized the phone. 4. Select the song, right-click on it and then select Send 5. Select via Bluetooth and select your phone.
There is a file that needs to be downloaded to the Pioneer using the Software Update facility. You can get this file from your Pioneer dealer. After this, you will need to play with your device until you get the BT Audio to connect properly, then connect the Telephone. I spent about an hour trying this and then I was successful. My Nokia E71 now connects when I start the car on both the BT Audio and Telelphone connections without continually disconnecting.