Cant receive files via bluetooth, cant transfer files from comp
I can't seem to receive files via Bluetooth whereas sending files is not a problem. Also I can't seem to be able to transfer files from my computer to the phone using the Roxio Media Manager despite following the instruction manual correctly. I have a Blackberry Pearl 8120.
Re: cant receive files via bluetooth, cant transfer files...
Go on your.
and then, sort it all out.
and try and see if it works after.
if not. if you and the other mobile device. are far apart. this maybe why its not recieving.
so make sure their close together.
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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.
you have to select the option "receive via bluetooth" to be able to receive files to your phone. this can be done when you are in the media folder. press the menu button, then select "receive via bluetooth" when sending files from your pc/other phones.
first check whether your bluetooth is switched on then check whether you have switched on the visibility of your phone in the bluetooth settings. You need to set the visibility on if you want to connect and send/recieve files using bluetooth
First be sure the two phones are visible to each other,Next pull up the file that you wish to transfer, select options (or more), send, via bluetooth. Then your phone should give you a list of targets choose the one that you wish the file to go to and press select. The receiving phone will then as if the transfer should be accepted. Confirm this and the file will transfer....unless the file is too large, an incompatible type or has been "copy protected". Good luck.
Just to clarify, the Apple Iphone doesn't tranfer file data by bluetooth. So whoever sold you the handset should have mentioned this. The Bluetooth on the phone is only for use with a bluetooth earpice or carkit.
o send a file via Bluetooth:From the Start-up screen select the Main Menu icon Go to Multi-media (Figure 1) Select My Stuff (Figure 2) Go the images/sounds/videos/documents and select the file you wish to send Select the Menu icon at the bottom left of the screen Select Send Via (Figure 3) Then choose Bluetooth (Figure 4) You will then be presented with a list of devices in your area. (Figure 5) If you do not see the device you wish to send your file to ensure it’s has Bluetooth switched on and select New Your handset with then search for all Bluetooth devices in your area (Figure 6) Select your device and your handset will send the file (Figure 7) The Bluetooth device you are sending your file to must accept the file (Figure 8)
To receive files via Bluetooth ensure you have Bluetooth switched on – only accept files from devices you recognise. You will receive a message stating the file name with the option to accept or reject the file To receive select Accept (Figure 9) The file will then be transferred to your handset (Figure 10) It will then be saved in your images folder
iphone dosnt support OBEX. obex is the method for file transfer. it only supports handsfree headsets. there is no method for file transfer via bluetooth, u wanna go for app "dropcopy" this is for file transfer b/w 2 iphones.
easier way to transfer these to comp is via bluethooth.
get a bluetooth dongle from an electronics shop, load it to your comp, pair phone to comp and then simply send via bluetooth from the phone to the comp.
No messy cables and works with all bluetooth phones ( ie not brand specific )