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Bluetooth file transfer direct to phone memory card

Cannot transfer files from pc to phone memory card. The file only transfers to the phone memory which soon fills up and gives 'phone memory full' message. Samsung usuer guide is hopeless

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Try to go to the setting where you will choose to use the memory card instead of phone memory,hope it work.:)

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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hey there,

As far as I know, you cannot transfer files to and from the memory card via bluetooth.

What I recommend is to either get a memory card reader for the memory card and insert it into your PC and transfer directly, or purchase the USB cable. It is worth the cost, since transfer speeds via bluetooth is pathetically slow.

Otherwise, you can transfer the files to your phone, then turn it on and move it to your memory card ofcourse. That way, you can avoid getting either the USB cable or memory card reader, but this means that you can only transfer 8mb at a time and is quite laboursome.

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