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- go to data/misc/wifi (required root)
-backup file wpa_supplicant.conf in this folder which contains usename and password wifi
- delete all file in this folder
- turn on wifi ( if you careful, you can reboot )
- now you can connect to wifi
- recovery file wpa_supplicant.conf
Hi, well to get messages from another phone, that phone must be able to be accessed from the other.. there is software available that allows one to completely control another phone via, Bluetooth and WiFi, installing a client on one phone and a master on the other should allow access to the "remote' unit, then you could do as you want. Another way is to Forward, just like an Email, any messages on to another number this too will work. Have a look at this master search link, for the remote control software and choose one that you like that suits you... If BT isn't what you need, then look for a WiFi or Cell version http://www.google.co.nz/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=control+remote+phone++via+bluetooth
Seems like your Bluetooth and Wifi settings are disabled from BIOS.
On laptops usually there is a setting in BIOS where you can disable/Enable Wifi+Bluetooth.
Turn on computer and press "F2" to go to BIOS settings
Find settings for Wifi+Bluetooth and set it to default.
Save settings and restart computer
You will be able to see your Bluetooth and Wifi.
Hope this works
Does this phone have a WIFI connection? If it does, check to be sure that it's not constantly on.
In fact, turn off your bluetooth, WIFI, GPS, and any other unecessary items.
This will save your battery and prevent drain.
If that doesn't work, You may need to get a replacement phone through your carrier's warranty program.