Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3a Cellular Phone
Hi Motorola tends to do Bluetooth sending differently. Make sure your receiving phone is set to discoverable and B/Tooth ON. On the Motorola turn on B/tooth and find file you want to send. With the file highlighted press option and you should find 'move to' and 'copy to'. If you select move to, it will send file to receiving phone, but remove itself from the Motorola! Best to use 'copy to'. If the Motorola cannot find the receiving phone once searching, to send the file you may have to pair the two devices first. To do this it is best to go into Motorola's B/tooth menu and set it to 'discoverable' this will stay active for a few minutes. Then on the receiving phone search for new devices in B/tooth menu. It should find the Motorola and request a four digit pin which default on most phones is '0000' if this fails try '1234' (it will be one of those, more likely first one). Once both paired try sending file again and it should work. Let us know how you get on?
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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