Question about Cell Phones
How do I upload photos via bluetooth from my camera phone to the photo kiosk at Walmart?
-First you must "enable" your blue-tooth on your handset.
-Secondly you need to make set your blue-tooth feature to "always visible" (this setting is within your blue-tooth application).
-Third, you need to search for all available blue-tooth devices within your range.
If the kiosk shows as an one of the available devices, try to pair with it. (Note: If your blue-tooth feature prompts you for a pass-code, enter 0000.This also applies if the kiosk prompts for a pass-code.)
If you have followed all these guidelines and you are successfully paired with the kiosk, Congrats! At this point, you will need to send the kiosk all your current pics. Your blue-tooth should give you an option to send and what information your a restricted to send.
Hope this can be of any assistance. Thanks!
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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