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Cant receive photos via bluetooth

When I receive a photo via bluetooth I get a message saying 'Not supported content'

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  • lynn_mcbride Sep 09, 2009

    As I didn't get a decent manual with the phone I didn't find this any help.

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Hii

this happens because, ur phone might not support the file type which that photo is in. Plz refer ur manual , where u will come to kno about the supported photo format as well as other supporting multimedia files.

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Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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