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Sending photos via bluetooth

I have taken lots of pictures on my phone of my new born baby and they have been saved to the phone memory. How do I get these to send via bluetooth. When I go in to the camera mode and view it doesn't highlight bluetooth as an option for sending. Only when I go to My Items and pictures does it allow them to be sent via blue tooth

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Re: sending photos via bluetooth

Trfr your pictures from phone to memory card,& then u can trfr them via BT  .in future to avoid this problem, switch your storage device to MMC

Posted on Oct 17, 2007

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Re: sending photos via bluetooth

If photo are very important then you simply copy those photos in

phone memory,and then you able to send those photose via blue-tooth,if not purchase a card reader to read the memory card

if you have data cable then nothing to say connect it to usb port run the pc-suit.

Posted on Oct 16, 2007

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