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Hi, u cannt send sms through bluetooth.

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How to transfer photos from mobile to computer?


Free Ways to Transfer Photos
There are two main ways to transfer photographs from your cameraphone to your computer, given that you are making use of your mobile handset's internal memory and not a media card found in the expansion slots of some cell phones.

USB Cable: This is probably the most common method for retrieving your treasured snapshots. Most cell phones on the market do not come bundled with a USB cable to connect / synchronize with a computer, and as such, oftentimes you have to look to stores that sell Cell Phone Accessories. Be wary about your purchase, because while the USB end of the cable is fairly universal, the part that connects to your cellular phone is quite specialized. Each brand of mobile phone maker usually has their own propriety interface, and even within a brand, there can be several connectors. What may work with a Motorola V600 may not work with a RAZR. The second consideration is the software. Some cables come with a CD or information about a website that contains the necessary software for your handset to connect to your computer. For example, Motorola uses something called Mobile Phone Tools. Check with sites like Forums] for manufacturer specific discussions.
Bluetooth: Why mess with cables and cords, when you can go wireless with Bluetooth Technology. Provided that your cell phone has this feature and has the OBEX (object exchange) profile, you can wirelessly transfer your photos to your computer using Bluetooth. Of course, you will also need to invest in something for your computer so that it becomes Bluetooth capable as well (there are several "dongles" available, some priced at under $20), unless it already sports this ability (some new laptops come with built-in Bluetooth). Again, there is likely some software involved, but typically, it need not be manufacturer specific.
Cellular-Based Methods to Send Pictures
If you're away from your computer, you can still send your pictures to your loved ones. However, the majority of these transfers will cost you money, with the exception of Bluetooth.

MMS: Standing for Multimedia Messaging Service, MMS is essentially a more advanced version of SMS (short messaging service) or what is more commonly known as "sending text messages". Using MMS, you can send pictures, sounds, and videos to other cellular phones much in the same way that you send text messages. Bear in mind that while some service plans will include a certain number of MMS messages free of charge, it can be quite expensive if you have to pay for them on top. Check with your service provider.
Mobile E-mail: Many phones are not only capable of sending text messages, but also have the ability to send e-mails, just as you would from your personal computer. In this way, any number of different files can be attached to an email message, and the picture files on cellular phones are no different. Like MMS, this can be a costly endeavor if overused, because mobile providers like Cingular and Bell Mobility can charge hefty rates for wireless data.
Bluetooth: While you cannot use Bluetooth to send your pictures to a friend half way across the country (or across town, for that matter), you can make use of the wireless technology for short range transfers (i.e., with someone in the same room). First, both of your phones must be Bluetooth capable and have OBEX activated (Verizon sometimes "cripples" this ability in their handsets, for whatever reason). Check your user manuals for specific instructions, but typically you go to your phone's photo album, select "copy", select "use Bluetooth", and allow it to search for "partners". The receiving party will have to activate something similar to "Find Me" in their Bluetooth connections menu.

May 26, 2011 | Cell Phones

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I am unable to receive mobile yahoo im photos on my Droid from an iphone user. I can send my photos but not receive theirs. I get an error message and they get a decline message when they send.


Hi, go to Market, install "Bluetooth File Transfer" application. When you start the application click on Bluetooth icon on the right. Click on MENU then search for devices. When you find the Iphone (who has to be visible) pair the devices and then transfer your files. Best regards

Mar 01, 2011 | Yahoo Messenger

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How to copy the mobile messages to computer?


One simple solution is to simply forward the message to an email address you use on your computer and saving it to a folder.
There is no option in the Samsung messaging system to "share" the message directly. So to get around that, go to the message, open it, click the menu button, where you can forward to another email address that you can open and save in your computer emails.
Or you can open the message, click menu and pick "copy message text", go into any number of note apps that Samsung has installed or that you can download from the Android market. Paste the message there, then click the menu button in the notes app and pick "share", you will have many options, but pick bluetooth and send the message to your computer via bluetooth. Make sure your bluetooth is enabled on your computer and on your phone.
On your computer go to start, then type in Bluetooth (or go to control panel and pick the bluetooth icon). Enable bluetooth to receive. Go into your Samsung "settings", pick "wireless and network", pick "bluetooth", pick "visible" and either scan for your computer or have your computer scan for your device. When they are connected, you can transfer the saved message to your computer.
Once your Samsung is paired with your computer and you have the hang of saving the message to notes, clicking the menu, click share, click bluetooth, transferring your messages will be quick and easy.

Jan 01, 2011 | Samsung Computers & Internet

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How should i send or receive data from other mobile.


  1. Use a cellphone with Bluetooth (wireless connection), or even a USB connection (which is a computer port). These are all good ways to communicate with other devices.
  2. If your computer does not have the hardware for a Bluetooth connection, then buy the adaptor, sometimes called a 'dongle'. The adapter plugs into a USB port. It will be quite cheap, something like 10 to 20 American dollars. This adapter will have software for the connection process, which lets you transfer files from the computer to your phone, and the other way around.
  3. Make sure your computer is equipped with Bluetooth technology (either integrated into the machine or a USB dongle) and active.
  4. Turn on Bluetooth on your mobile device.
  5. Turn on your phone and go into 'Settings' in the Main Menu
  6. Keep going down until you find 'Bluetooth' (Sometimes it may be under 'Connectivity)
  7. Click on it and find 'Turn Bluetooth on' (or something similar) and press 'On'. You can now send and receive files. Once you receive a file, it will most likely be under 'Received Files'. This option can often be found in the Settings or Connectivity menu of your phone.
  8. Pair your computer with your mobile device by making both devices discoverable (also known as visible or unhidden) in the Bluetooth options. Once both are visible, search for Bluetooth devices on your mobile phone
  9. Locate the name of your computer in the results list and select it.
  10. Enter a 4 to 8 digit passcode of your own choosing and press continue.
  11. Once your devices are paired, you can send and receive files.
  12. There are several methods to send a file to your mobile device. One method is to copy the file from your computer, navigate to your mobile device (often found in My Computer or My Bluetooth Places) and then paste the file to the phone. Another option is to right-click on the desired file and select Send To --> Bluetooth Device --> (mobile phone's name).
  13. While the file is being transferred, you should see a progress bar on your computer and/or phone. Once the file is finished transferring, a message stating such should show up on your device's screen.
  14. Find the transferred file on your mobile phone by using the phone's built-in file explorer.

Oct 20, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I want to transfer my files from pc to mobile via bluetooth


If you want to transfer files from pc to the mobile device. Make sure the pc has a bluetooth turn on. Most of the laptops have a built in bluetooh , but for desktop computers you need to purchase a bluetooth adapter.
Once you have the bluetooh turn ON on your computer. Turn on the bluetooh on your mobile device.

From your computer. Right click on the file that you want to transfer and select send to bluetooth. Click on search for bluetooth device and then select the name of your cellphone ( or name you assigned for the bluetooth on your cellphone)Once you click the name, just go next . You will get a message saying accept bluetooh file on your cellphone, just accept the file and your done.

kevin angell

Jul 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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IWANT TO HOW DOWNLOAD VIDEO IN MOBILE CHIP


Three possible ways, easiest to most difficult:

1) Text message it to an eMail address.

2) Connect the (Cell Phone I presume), to a computer with a data cable.

3) Bluetooth transfer, Option/Send/Bluetooth to a device or computer or PDA with bluetooth capablilities.

Depends on the phone, if it video records, it probably has bluetooth too.
A computer with a bluetooth dongle will need to be set up.

4) A fourth possiblity would be to transfer the video from the mobile memory, to a removeable chip inside the mobile. Then remove the chip and put it into an adapter that allows it to be inserted into a SD (Secure Digital) card reader attached to a computer.

Dec 11, 2009 | Chips Computers & Internet

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Lost instructions how to pair with my phone


Bluetooth technology is a way to boost your mobility when talking on the go. It similarly provides a wireless network for transferring files and pictures that you have acquired on a mobile device. Enabling and using this function can be beneficial whether for business or for pleasure.
  1. tep 1 Select from the menu "Settings" --> "Connectivity" --> "Bluetooth." This will bring you into the Bluetooth menu function, allowing you to configure your Bluetooth technology. In this menu, you'll find an option to turn Bluetooth on or off. Select "on."
  2. Step 2 Look for devices on the mobile phonemag-glass_10x10.gif that will be compatible with a Bluetooth device. There is a menu option to seek these devices. If a device is listed on the menu, you have the option to pair this device with your mobile phone. To do this you'll need to enter your security password. This is generally created when initially setting up your mobile device.
  3. Step 3 Check for the visibility option. The phone does have an option to either make your bluetooth device visible or invisible to other Bluetooth and mobile devices. It's your decision to remain private or broadcast your signal.
  4. Step 4 Use Bluetooth for data transfer. Once connected, you'll be able to transfer calls to your headset, transfer photos from your cell phone to your computer, transfer photos from your computer to your phone, and transfer files back and forth. Ensure your invisibility when transferring sensitive information to avoid hackers and losing information to other Bluetooth users.

Nov 15, 2009 | Nokia 2760 Cellular Phone

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I can't receive anything via bluetooth


When transfering dta from another phone by bluetooth it asks for the password usually 1-4 numbers to confirm authencity just enter 0 in your phone and 0 in the other phone when password is aksed for an easy solution . When you receive Mp3 or Video via bluetooth it's received a message and stored in your phone's main memory . Go to Messaging and setting and change default storage location to Memeory Card , don;t forget to copy all your messages when asked . Now you can utlizie the memory card for media received by bluetooth

Jan 04, 2009 | Nokia N72 Cellular Phone

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Bluetooth


it all happens when you are all this doing in some office or nearer to forest ,river banks,near jammer ,

for your kind information you have to know that in some place mobile 's bluetooth have less range than its failure to transfer,

so try to this with in this type of place with nearer transfer,

THNX

May 06, 2008 | Nokia 6120

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