I've got a problem. Its about the bluetooth connection. When my friend was about to send me his picture using bluetooth (the unit of his phone is n70), the connection failed. His phone cant connect to mine. My bluetooth is already on. On the previous days, when he sent to me the videos using bluetooth also, it was sent to me successfully but this time, he cant connect to my phone. Is my phone destroyed or malfunctioning?
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To send picture from your phone, open the picture you will like to send and press the option button which is at the upper left hand side. Scroll to send through bluetooth and switch on the bluetooth of the other phone. Press yes and it will send immediately. Make the phone is not far from each.
You can also send picture to your computer if your computer has bluetooth using the procedure above. Or you can use the USB cable connecting the phone and the computer. After connecting the two together the phone will recognize the computer and you can now send the picture to the computer.
Just select the song, click on 'options', then select 'send', then select 'via bluetooth'. If the songs you want to send are more than one, select the first song, click on 'options' select 'mark', then go to the next song, select 'options', then 'mark'. Do this for as many songs you want to send. When you are done with marking, select 'options' > 'send' > 'via bluetooth'.
When you click the send via bluetooh, it would ask to search for devices. First make sure your friend's bluetooth is turned on, then search for his/her device, when it detects it, select 'connect' on your phone, then on your friends phone, select 'accept'.
Your friend should be able to use the headset if your friend's computer has Bluetooth feature. THe computer will send and receive the Bluetooth signals with one transmitter/receiver like your computer does and then connect to the wireless lan with a different transmitter/receiver system on a different frequency. Just make sure your friend's computer has Bluetooth feature turned on and then setup the headset by the "pairing" process.
Depends on your phone. Do you have internet service on your cell phone? You can email the pictures to yourself and access your email on a computer and download from there.
Do you have a USB connection on your phone? Most newer phones now have them and you just need to connect the cord to the PC. Check your manual to see if your phone has one.
If not, do you have Bluetooth capabilities? If so, Enable it and transfer the file (s) to a friends cell phone that has a USB connection and/or internet service on their cell phone and email the pictures to yourself.
---Bluetooth, you will need to Enable service in your settings, have the friends cell phone Enabled also. Go to your picture album and select the picture, then select options and select "send via Bluetooth"....your phone will automatically search for your friends phone and it will promt you to enter a password which is "1111" (that's 4 one's). The friends phone will also do the same. This normally works.
If you do not have a USB, Bluetooth, or Internet on your cell phone, then unfortunatly you will have to take the phone into an actual Motorola Service Center (per your service provider) and see if they can upload the photos.
Otherwise I would suggest to getting internet service on your phone and sending the pictures via the internet then cancelling. Most providers offer 1 or 2 months free trial.
This is not strictly true - my iPhone connects wonderfully to my Plantronics Voyager 520 headset. It will not connect to other phones, headphones, etc. via bluetooth. It is intentionally crippled and will only connect to a headset via bluetooth.
My guess is that Apple sells songs and doesn't want you trading them around to your friends via bluetooth. Whatever the reason, it's quite annoying.
Ok so your phone detects other people's phone in a limited range of area around you through your bluetooth, although your range doesn't really matter. So when you send your freind something through bluetooth does your light in the corner light up?, is your friends phone detectting your phone so it will reciecve what your sending through blue tooth, otherwise I'm not sure.