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Hi dude, if you receive any file through bluetoth it will store in your inbox.Then simply play the song file.Then select the options.There is a save option.By selectig save you can move the file to memmorycard.Also you can move it into memmory card in another way.Firstly play the music file and press the back,wchich can be seen in your display.Then the phone will ask you to save the file.You can select the option yes for saving it.Then it will ask if you want to save it in your phone memmory or memmory card.Select memory card and select save.The file will be saved in your memmory card.Hope you will be satisfied with this.Thanks.
First off, did you pair with the phone? Open up your bluetooth menu (under settings) and search for the other phone. After you pair (the passkey is what you choose each time) you'll be able to receive bluetooth connections.
To receive files over bluetooth, you'll need to open up your media area, click the blackberry button, and scroll down to "Receive using bluetooth". At that point, send the file using the other phone and enjoy!
You need to send them using the file explorer, select the song, tap and hold until you get the send or beam option, select that, Make sure that the bluetooth is turned on. After selecting beam option, the phone will search for the available phone, select the one, you want to send the song to and follow on screen instructions on both the phones.
when it ask passcode, its an security protection, u'll just have to input any number, and same as to the other phone. like 1234 and you'll input the 1234 passcode on which phone you are pairing with, try changing you setting in your message setting cause, mostly when via blue tooth it stores on your inbox.
Hi. Theres no way to send any messages via bluetooth - formally.
You can send messages by writing it first on notebook and send it forward with bluetooth.
If you recieve any messages from another bluetooth handset they will go to same place as your SMS. In your inbox.
You can send pictures, music etc. by going in the gallery, selecting file what you want to send, and click send. It may ask do you want to send it by MMS, IR, bluetooth or something like that. This is my favourite. Search super bluetooth hacker from Google and send it to your phone. It may came to your inbox. Install it, turn bluetooth on, cheat your friend that you will send him some cool clips and songs. Then your phone will ask password. You both enter same password (example 1111) and you may have access to his/her phone. >:)
If you want to any more help, connect me and I will help you.
Oh! By the way, I think you can download online instructions from Nokias website. Have a nice day - with bluetooth.
whenever u want 2 transfer songs from someone elses cell 2 yours
temporarily change your message settings by going 2 inbox.then go to
settings,then go to others.then change the setting memory in use to
memory card instad of phone memory.and then start the bluetooth
transfer.after d transfer save the song by usual procedure.now u will b
easily able 2 save the song.after that u can revert to ur normal
setting of using the phone memory instead of memory card by the
procedure i mentioned at start.nothing is wrong with your cell so