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Google G1 bluetooth

Hi is there any way I can get my google G1 phone to connect to my LG choclate via bluetooth,the only thing I have managed to connect to is my car stereo which it things is a headset but it works fine, after all bluetooth was designed to connect all devices was in not ?

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Mark

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  • Mark Sutton Feb 15, 2009

    this is not a solution to my question it is a question from some one else

  • shaste99nd Mar 24, 2009

    When I attempt to bluetooth any kind of file from my laptop to my G1, I get the following error message:



    "Service File Transfer is not found on device T-Mobile G1"



    Does anyone know how to resolve this issue?

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Hello my name is Jennifer. Is there a wat to connect my G1 to my car stereo via tape deck or cd playerr?

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The iPhone doesn't just play back video—it's one of the best (and best-looking) portable media players on the market. While we'll certainly see developers making video playback programs for the G1, there are none built into it. But Apple beware: If there's one thing the open-source development community loves, it is support for a wide range of video formats and codecs. All it will take is one robust mobile playback program (mobile VLC, perchance?) to make users remember just how much they hate converting videos into MP4 so they'll play on an iPhone.

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