I am facing a regular problem while transfering data through my USB of Samsung Jet 8003 mobile. Usually when I connect the USB cable to the PC it used to show 2 temporary drives out of which one has all the required data like movies / pictures / sounds, however the other one which is an "H" drive shows no data. The past few days it is only displaying the "H" and no data as a result I am unable to transfer data from my mobile to my PC.
My second issue is that blue tooth activation does not work always
Usually it takes a very long time to get activated & sometimes it never gets activated. The same is with the wifi wherein it shows registration failed.
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With the Nokia 3650 or 3660 there are various ways to download music to the mobile phone. The first is to use the conventional data chord which connects to the phone and PC using PC suite then copy the song onto the phone.
Seccondly if your PC has bluetooth capability you could just send the music via bluetooth to the phone.
Finally you can take out the memory card on the phone and if you use a laptop slot the card into the memory card slot using a memory card adapter copy the music on the memory card and put the card back in your phone. Then you have to option of transfering from card to phone memory.
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Some of the carriers actually have a lockout on Blue tooth transfers. So depending upon your carrier even tough the phone itself is capable it may not be allowed. I work at US Cellular and all the B tooth options on these phone are unlocked, however they are unable to link to a verizon or sprint phone for example without having their associated data plan.
The process for doing the pairing is rather simple and if you followed the steps and they still wont its a lockout.
Go to your blue tooth setting on one of the phones, turn the find me mode on or make visable to others.
take the second phone and go to blue tooth check registered devices and click new search. once you find the other phone click pair and eenter in 0000, the other phone will ask if you want to pair in which case enter the 0000 pass code again.
Once paired if you are transfering pics or music go to your media library or pic gallary and find the fill. Select options and send via blue tooth, it will bring up the registered list and select the phone you are transfering to. that should be all you need to do, if it says not supported or unable to connect the BT is disabled and you need to speak with your wireless carier for assistance.
I found A PC blue tooth at wallmart for less that 20 bucks, transfers pics audio everything on all my cells. plugs into usb port all you have to do is install disc from blue tooth, make blue tooth on and visible on cell phone then pair them code 0000
try an antivirus called net protector . load net protector on your main pc, use a cable to connect your mobile to pc using a compatible software for data transfer.
mobile will get detected in the antivirus software,SCAN YOUR MOBILE may be u are lucky to get blue tooth woking , if the file has come through blue tooth netwoking , pushed by some one when blue tooth was on some time. OTHER WISE do a factory reset and save all data first. if this too fails then the blue tooth hardware/software has to be rectified.
Most phones these days at the very least have blue-tooth, as mentioned,
blue-tooth dongle which sticks into your computer via the USB port
makes it very easy to wirelessly transfer files.
Nokia and Motorola phones (speaking from experience) tends to have ‘USB
ports’ for connection to the PC via the appropriate USB lead using the
manufacturers software, I think Motorola try to charge for it, (though
there are other open-source software out there) whilst Nokia is free.
Infa-red. Though I haven’t had a laptop yet that had an infa-red sensor, and I’ve bought some pretty expensive laptops.
Most phones these days have access to the internet GPRS/WAP easy to
attach it to an email and send. Although all that data-transferring
could become rather costly.
Some phones can automatically upload images to website provided by your operator. I know Orange do this.