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Verify that Bluetooth is turned on or enabled in both your devices. Most cell phones will have a Bluetooth menu in their Settings or Tools. For computers, you may see a Bluetooth icon in your system tray. If unsure, check your product manual for specific instructions.
Follow the instructions to pair (connect) your two devices. If you are asked for a passkey, try entering 0000 which is usually the default for any device.
When prompted on the other device, give permission for the original device to access it.
If transferring from phone to phone
Navigate to the song you want to send and hit the button that takes you to the options menu. Choose the option to send your song; depending on the brand of phone it may say "Send" or "Move."
The next menu should ask if you want to use a text message or Bluetooth to move or send the file. Choose Bluetooth.
When prompted on the phone receiving the file, accept it.
If transferring from computer to phone
Look for an option to browse the contents of the phone. Navigate to the Music or Multimedia folder on your phone.
Navigate to the place on your computer where your music file is kept in a separate window.
Drag the file from its original location to the correct folder on your phone.
Accept the file when prompted by your phone.
Tips & Warnings
Pairing is usually the most difficult part of the process. Make sure you read your manual on both devices if it isn't working for you. If you don't see the menu to move or send your music, your phone manufacturer may not allow it. Check your manual or with your carrier's tech support website. This process usually applies to MP3s and not ringtones.
Just select the song, click on 'options', then select 'send', then select 'via bluetooth'. If the songs you want to send are more than one, select the first song, click on 'options' select 'mark', then go to the next song, select 'options', then 'mark'. Do this for as many songs you want to send. When you are done with marking, select 'options' > 'send' > 'via bluetooth'.
When you click the send via bluetooh, it would ask to search for devices. First make sure your friend's bluetooth is turned on, then search for his/her device, when it detects it, select 'connect' on your phone, then on your friends phone, select 'accept'.
To your diappointment the Iphone cannot send photos, songs, or anything like that, yet. What you can try is restoring your Iphone and then see if you can pair it with your device. If that doesn't work, then it just means that the device you are trying to pair with it non-compatible with the Iphone.
I don't know whether its exactly the solution or not, but I had a similar problem transferring some mp3 files to any cell via bluetooth from my nokia 7210, I tried all combinations of bluetooth settings, but the same message kept appearing-"Sending failed", finally what I did was "Changing the name of the mp3 files" as all those I wanted to send had a bigger name, I cut the name short and there it worked. So, may be in any such case it's advisable to just try this out, it might just work.
INSERT BLUETOOTH CD AND INSTAL THE SOFTWARE AND PLUG IN BLUETOOTH ANGLE AND SELECT SONG SEND YOUR MOBILE AND RIGHT CLICK ON SELECTEDSONG AND CLICK SENT TO MENU A BLUETOOTH DEVICE PRESENT THEN CLICK SEARCH DEVICE
Usually thats because the songs that come from bluetooth are usually automatically saved to the phone memory, depending on your phone, you should be able to change the settings to save it to a memory card
-Open your file explorer and find the item you want to send. -Push and hold on it to bring up the 'right click' menu. -Select Beam. -Give it a second to search and select the device from the list. Make sure your friend has his discovery mode turned on. -Go through all the passcode garbage if necessary
This is not strictly true - my iPhone connects wonderfully to my Plantronics Voyager 520 headset. It will not connect to other phones, headphones, etc. via bluetooth. It is intentionally crippled and will only connect to a headset via bluetooth.
My guess is that Apple sells songs and doesn't want you trading them around to your friends via bluetooth. Whatever the reason, it's quite annoying.