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Bluetooth problem I am not able to receive ringtone,MP3 songs by bluetooth I have 2GB memory cards then also what i have to do need your help

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Try the following things:

  1. Ensure your memory card has enough free space;
  2. Close all applications that may be running in background due to auto start option you might have selected. You may do this by pressing and holding the menu key until the list of applications running appears, and you may close each applications by pressing the 'c' key.

Posted on Nov 27, 2007

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1ST U INSTALL FEexplorer SOFTWARE > OPEN > GO IN C DRIVE > MAIL > SOME FOLDER R SHOWN LIKE 0,1,2,3,4,A,B,C ETC >OPEN > SELECT UR SONG > PRESS 7 FOR CUT > BACK > GO IN E DRIVE > OPEN OTHER > PASTE SONG. NOW UR SONG IS IN UR MEMORY CARD IT REMOVE AUTOMETECILY FROM UR MSG BOX.

Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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SOURCE: file transfer through bluetooth fails....it shows not enough memory delete sme data first

hi, try to find mp3 file in size less than 2MB if its not ok then search the application 'SE_Explorer', using this program you will be able to view all files include hidden on your phone and our phone memory is limited to 5.4MB max.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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DEAR EMPTY UR PHONE MEMRY AND TRY AGAIN

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1. If you have internet/text messaging: sites like cellsea and myxertone will provide you with instructions.

2. If you have a usb cable: connect your phone making sure it's in Mass Storage Mode. You can do this by going to settings, connection, usb connection mode, mass storage. Open the folder for your phone on your computer. It should be one of the choices of storage when you go to My Computer. Place your ringtones into the Sounds folder. And voila! It should be in the ringtone menu in your phone.

3. If you have a MicroSD memory card: Create a folder on the memory card. Name it anything other than Music (the phone will automatically create a Music folder which can not be used as ringtones). Once you insert your card into your phone, the tunes should come up when you open your ringtone menu!

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