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Bluetooth motorola v3 razr

I have no problem using the bluetooth to connect to hands free or when connecting to other peoples phones to receive bluetoothed items. However when i bond with another's phone, which works fine, i then try to transfer a file via bluetooth and get a message saying connection failed. I've never yet managed to send anything, i can receive no problem,what am i doing wrong?

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Oh yes, I've had this problem before too. It's a service provider block. They make it so that you cannot send files to other phones so that they can make more money. Some service providers do it, some don't.

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