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Use the bluetooth to connect your Iphone to the PC.
Open menu - connectivity and click bluetooth to ON.
You can also open the picture and use right key to send via bluetooth. The laptop must be On as it will detect the bluetooth, accept and get all the files send.
I had a similar problem, and I was able to solve the problem by simply following the below steps.
1. If probably your phone has a bluetooth device and you have been receiving gallery files(i.e. Photos, Musics or Videos) via bluetooth, note that this files are stored too on your phone memory not the memory cards and this may consume space on the phone memory. So, try and move those files that you received via bluetooth in your received folder on your phone memory to the location of your memory card. This may probably free the space on your phone.
2. if you have been receiving bluetooth files as a message into your phone depending on the type of phone you are using, simply save them into your memory card by selecting the memory card path and delete them after saving so as to free space on the phone memory. Then try to delete as well some unwanted or junk messages from your phone in have more space on your phone memory.
Hope the information actually help. Regards
If you want to transfer files from pc to the mobile device. Make sure the pc has a bluetooth turn on. Most of the laptops have a built in bluetooh , but for desktop computers you need to purchase a bluetooth adapter.
Once you have the bluetooh turn ON on your computer. Turn on the bluetooh on your mobile device.
From your computer. Right click on the file that you want to transfer and select send to bluetooth. Click on search for bluetooth device and then select the name of your cellphone ( or name you assigned for the bluetooth on your cellphone)Once you click the name, just go next . You will get a message saying accept bluetooh file on your cellphone, just accept the file and your done.
hello,you can not send it from the messaging folder except you save it to another folder then you will be able to send it through bluetooth.simply because every content in the message folder could only be sent through sms or saved to another foolder.kindly go to options you will definitely see save to folder or you create a folder and move it there for you to be able to send it through bluetooth. wish you good luck, take care.
Are you transferring a file via Bluetooth? There are reasons why this is happening.
1. Make sure that both phones are within the perimeter of the required distance.
2. Possible wireless interference. Bluetooth Technology is running in 2.4Ghz frequency, if there's another wireless device near the phones while transferring files, it would interfere with the Bluetooth phones. Example of devices that might cause the problem:
3. It would be best if both phones are running Bluetooth 2.0, because if one of the phones is running on Bluetooth 1.1, the lower class (BT 1.1) might not cooperate correctly with the BT 2.0
o send a file via Bluetooth:From the Start-up screen select the Main Menu icon Go to Multi-media (Figure 1) Select My Stuff (Figure 2) Go the images/sounds/videos/documents and select the file you wish to send Select the Menu icon at the bottom left of the screen Select Send Via (Figure 3) Then choose Bluetooth (Figure 4) You will then be presented with a list of devices in your area. (Figure 5) If you do not see the device you wish to send your file to ensure it’s has Bluetooth switched on and select New Your handset with then search for all Bluetooth devices in your area (Figure 6) Select your device and your handset will send the file (Figure 7) The Bluetooth device you are sending your file to must accept the file (Figure 8)
To receive files via Bluetooth ensure you have Bluetooth switched on – only accept files from devices you recognise. You will receive a message stating the file name with the option to accept or reject the file To receive select Accept (Figure 9) The file will then be transferred to your handset (Figure 10) It will then be saved in your images folder
firstly LG phones are well known for having a lot of problems, including music and picture transfer. I have an Lg platinum and it took me days to find out how to transfer things on to it. When transfering music make sure it is in MP3 format otherwise it won't show up on your cell phone.
You may be able to purschase a link cable for your phone to connect it to the computer, try searching on the internet or go to lgmobile.com