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yes you will lose all data.But now it all depends as if you have all these data stored on the memory card then you will lose them.But if instead it is stored on the phone's internal memory then a format of the memory card will not change any of the phone's data,provided you are formatting the memory card and not the phone's internal storage...Hope this helps.
Go to your service provider and ask for assistance. Or do you still have your old PUK number. After you press the sim pwd a few times the phone will be blocked.Then use you PUK number which you got when you registered your SIM or bought it and simply go from there and unblock your phone and change the passwords or security code
download PC studio 3 if you are using windows and transfer files over using the phone explorer, if you are using a mac then the best thing to do is get a memory card and connect using it as a 'mass storage' device and drag and drop files onto the removable disk
There is one easy solution for the second question: You can set your SGH-L700 to store your photos and/or videos on your memory card. Just go to Settings -> Application Settings -> Camera Settings. Go to the rightmost section using arrow keys and change camera's default storing location as memory card, instead of phone.
The bluetooth problem is not that easy. There is one solution if you send the files from your PC. Just browse your "Bluetooth Devices" from your desktop - your SGH-L700 will appear as an independent device. Double click it's icon, you'll see the folders in it, just like you're browsing your computer's hard drive. Open "Memory Card" folder then drag and drop the files you want directly inside it. I almost always prefer this way when I use bluetooth transfer.
If you try right clicking on a file on your PC and choose "Send via Bluetooth" from the context menu, SGH-L700 receives it directly to the phone memory. So I recommend using "Bluetooth devices" option and placing the stuff directly in the memory card, just like you copy items in any place on your hard drive.
But there is not a standart solution for sending a file from another cell phone to SGH-L700. Some devices can browse SGH-L700's folders like your PC does, but some of them can't - and they just send the files to the phone memory.