Receving data from bt device are not moving directly to sd card
I have a problem for my mobile nokia 3500c that is the mobile BT device not accepting the files if the memory is greater than 5mb.and recived files not moving directly to sd card so please solve my problem.
Re: receving data from bt device are not moving directly...
I think that you should move the files that were not directly moved in the sd card (move those files to the sd card)cuz that always happen to me...then i did not understand the first question.. were you talking about downloading files and then those files werent put in ur sd card...cuz i have a solution for that..
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1. To save files received from bluetooth on sd card: Open messaging. Go to settings. Scroll to the end and select other settings.
Change the default memory to Memory card. It will ask to copy or move the messages and file from phone memory to sd card. Select move to memory card.
Now all files will go to sd memory card.
2. To save all applications to sd card, open ovi store, go to settings, change installation preference from phone memory to sd card
There are 2 Methods
1 is via Bluetooth other option is using a USB data cable
- Switch on BT on both PC and phone.
- Click on BT icon in the phone and select send a file or you may send directly by selecting the file.
- Accept the file receiving via phone.
Via USB cable
- Connect the cable.
- Select Mass Storage from the phone , when prompted.
- Copy files to the newly installed removable drive (Which is phone's memory)
NO. It is meant to be used. You are not doing anything that it is not meant to do. But, remember that if you use the BT connection then the phone may get hot and use up more battery. In the long run it may be harmful as the battery will wearout that much faster and the heat has always caused damage everywhere. So use the cable connection as long as you can. Bt is fine but the phone had to work double, by working the BT to work the GPRS. In case of cable it just has to concentrate on the GPRS.
No dear .its nt japan .i have same 8GB pen driver but made in chaina befor am using it bt nt 8 GB 256 MB like that its show in 8 GB right? bt v cnt use 8 GB .try to contact kingston website if u have searial no may be they help u ..
Sometimes what happens is that we keep looking for BT devices without making them visible. Is it so in your case too? Go to settings of the headset and make it visible and your mobile visible to the headset. then you must pair them and also authorize them to connect without pass code etc. Then they will work.
I use an e830 with a Holux GR230 without having any problems. The e830 uses already the latest stack from Toshiba so no need to upgrade. For the e800, hm depends on what kind of BT SD card you use, meanwhile Toshiba sells the BT SD3 card. Anyway, I would recommend to use the latest BT stack from Toshiba for your Toshiba BT SD card.