I transferred sum files from a friend's mob to my mob using bluetooth but it never got saved it always says failed but wen i chek my free space sum how the space is occupied and the file is nowhere 2 b found. sumhow nothing got corrupted or anything but i came home and i just reset the phone thinking the space might get cleared but the phone keeps restarting. wen the sim is inside the phone restarts just aftr a few seconds after loading the main screen. wen the sim is not there it seems normal saying insert sim. ive tried different sims and different networks but still it keeps restarting. ive given it 2 repair and they say they cannot fix it and says there is sumthing rong with the motherboard and ive run the service tests and they seem fine. Help is very much appreciated. thx
While transferring data from from another phone via blue tooth it would have got corrupted.I suggest you go back to the factory settings in your phone and press Restore Factory Settings.If this does not work you will have to take it to the phone shop and get it formatted which will solve your problem.
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That is a virus issue. You might notice battery life as well, drains very fast. It is not asking you any permission for sending MMS from time to time right? That virus is due to opened BLUETOOTH of your phone, some might have access connecting or transferring file to your phone. Active bluetooth of your phone allowed this virus to freely enter to your phone without acknowledgement, once it enters the phone, it will slowly ruined the mobile phone's protocol. You need to install anti virus for your phone as soon as possible.
Bluetooth have different profiles. The Bluetooth profiles are A2DP (for connecting the phone to a headset with mono sound), AVRCP (for headset with stereo sound and remote control), Dial up networking (for internet connection), and FTP or File Transfer (for sending or receiving files).
Your phone should support FTP or File Transfer. If your phone does not have FTP, it will connect to other phone, but it will fail when you try to transfer any files. You may need to verify it by checking the user's manual or by calling the tech support of your phone.
If your phone does not support FTP, ask the tech support if there's a firmware that will add the FTP profile to your phone.
If your phone supports FTP, but it keeps on failing on receiving a file via Bluetooth, then try to soft reset the phone by removing the battery for 5 mins. If the same problem occurs, then this phone needs to be reprogrammed.
You receive a Failed to Find Service message when you attempt to transfer a media file between two BlackBerry Pearl smartphones.
The BlackBerry Pearl smartphone receiving the media file is not properly configured.
To send and receive files between two BlackBerry smartphones using Bluetooth® wireless technology, complete the following steps:
Enable Bluetooth technology on the BlackBerry smartphones. For instructions, see the Turn on Bluetooth technology section of the BlackBerry User Guide.
Make the BlackBerry smartphones discoverable. For instructions, see the Make your BlackBerry device discoverable section of the BlackBerry User Guide.
Pair the BlackBerry smartphones. For instructions, see the Pair with a Bluetooth enabled device section of the BlackBerry User Guide.
Set the Trusted field to Yes on both BlackBerry smartphones by completing the following steps:
In the Bluetooth application, highlight the BlackBerry smartphone and press the Menu button.
Select Device Properties.
Set the Trusted field to Yes.
Press the Menu button and select Save.
Send and receive the transfered file.
On the recipient's BlackBerry smartphone
On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, select Media.
Select a media type (Music, Video, Ring Tones, Pictures).
Press the Menu button and select Receive using Bluetooth. The File Transfer dialog box appears, followed by a prompt to Save or Cancel the file.
Select Save to save the file to the current location, or select the folder icon to save the file in a different location.
On the sender's BlackBerry smartphone
On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, select Media.
Select the same media type selected on the recipient's BlackBerry smartphone.
Press the Menu button and select Send Using Bluetooth.
When prompted to select a BlackBerry smartphone, select the recipient's BlackBerry smartphone.
that phone does not have the ftp bluetooth profile, the setting it has is an ftp(file transfer protical) for server updates only. its not compatable with sending files from or to the device via bluetooth sorry :(
If your problem is transferring files between PC and SGH-L700, you have 3 options: USB cable (which you don't have), bluetooth connection and memory card.
If your PC has a bluetooth adapter, it's very easy: Just open both devices' bluetooth visibility, set a passkey for communication between them, then transfer the files in your phone using bluetooth.
The last option is, saving the data on your phone to the memory card (MicroSD) then inserting it to your PC using a simple (and very cheap) card reader. You can then transfer files between your two devices.
There are few tools to have. A usb cord, your PC has Bluetooth and pair with you N51 via bluetooth. Have the free software, "Nokia PC Suite". Download it from www.nokiausa.com/PCsuite. It's a free download. Once downloaded, restart your computer. (without the phone connected) Connect. It'll give you easy step by step instructions to transfer contacts to the computer. Plus, other multimedia you may have on your device. Very handy!! Then, just use Active Sync or any software you got with your HTC Touch HD. It can sync you contacts from Outlook onto the new phone. This is nice, in case your phone would crash, break, or the worse stolen. Your contacts are all backed up on the PC. Always take a look at www.htcwiki.com for the best tips & tricks for your HTC device and software updates. A lot of times they will even post known issues and work arounds.