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It is very likely that your bluetooth radio transmitter is placed on the same place as your wi-fi radio chip. so, basicly, it is a one piece of equipment

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Instructional steps
  1. Plug the bluetooth dongle into your computer or if your computer is equipped with an internal module, activate it (this is sometimes accomplished by a switch on the side of your notebook computer).

    Some bluetooth dongles will be automatically recognized and windows will automatically install the drivers for you; however some devices may require the drivers be installed manually.

    Now you'll need to activate bluetooth discovery on your computer. This step may be different depending on the drivers used but should be similar to the following.

    * Look for the bluetooth icon in the windows system tray.

    * Right-click this icon and select open bluetooth settings.

    * Click on the Options tab and select "Turn discovery on".
Activate and configure bluetooth on your cell phone. Setupwill be different depending upon the brand of your phone. You will need torefer to the owners manual of your particular phone for specifics but I willcover general guidelines.

* Locate the bluetooth settings menu in your phone.

* Turn bluetooth ON.

* Give your phone a name (you can use anything you like, but keep in mind thatother bluetooth users can see this name) this is the name that will identifyyour phone when you or others are searching for nearby bluetooth devices.

* Set your bluetooth visibility. This should be set to "shown to all"or "visible". You may wish to turn this feature off when you are notutilizing bluetooth.
Now you'll need to pair your phone and your PC. This can bedone from either the phone or the PC.

From the PC (Windows XP):

* Right click on the bluetooth icon in the system tray and select openbluetooth settings.

* At the bottom of the devices tab, select "Add"

* The Add Bluetooth Device Wizard appears, select "My device is setup andready to be found" and click the Next button.

* The wizard should find your device, if it doesn't, refer back to step three.

* Select your device and click Next.

* When prompted about a passkey, choose "Let me choose my ownpasskey", enter a passkey of your choosing (I like to use 0000 for easebut windows recommends an 8-16 digit passkey). Click Next.

* At this point the computer will attempt to connect to the phone via bluetoothand if successful your phone will prompt you for a passkey. Enter the samepasskey you entered into the computer and press OK.

* If you are prompted to accept a connection request from your computer, selectYes.
Now that your phone is paired with your computer, you arenow ready to begin transferring files. We will use a picture for this example.

* Right click on the bluetooth icon in the Windows system tray and selectreceive a file. This lets your computer know to expect a file transfer from abluetooth device.

* Again all phone models are different so this next step will vary.
Locate an image file on your cell phone and select send - via bluetooth.

* The phone will then search for bluetooth devices in range and display themalong with already paired devices.

* Select your computer from the list of devices.

* The data file will transfer over to the computer and windows will prompt youto enter a file name and choose a location to save the file to.

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Turn on your computer and locate the Wi-Fi icon.
This could be located on the upper row on a laptop it will have the radiation look (((·)))
Make sure its pressed on.
When you turn on an Asus laptop's Bluetooth function, you allow cell phones, headsets and any other Bluetooth device to be synced with or found on the laptop.
You can use Bluetooth on a laptop to listen to music on a headset or to sync and transfer files from the computer to the device.
If the Asus laptop has Bluetooth wireless technology preinstalled, you can enable Bluetooth access by changing the settings in the control panel.

Click the "Start" menu and open "Control Panel."
Select "Hardware and Sound" and "Bluetooth Devices."
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Open "Bluetooth Settings."
Click the "Allow Bluetooth devices to find this computer" checkbox in the "Options" tab.
Click "Apply" to save your settings. Click "OK" to close the window.
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Click the "Start" button, then choose "Control Panel," "Network and Internet" then finally "Setup a Bluetooth enabled device."

Power on the Bluetooth Hardware you want to connect to the computer. You must have some sort of hardware to connect to the computer, in order to enable the Bluetooth connection.

Click "Add" and the computer searches for any Bluetooth hardware in the area. Once it detects the hardware, select it and click "Next."

Type in the passkey for the Bluetooth hardware (found in the device's user manual) and click "Next."

Install any drivers now that came with the Bluetooth hardware. (Insert the driver installation CD that comes with the Bluetooth hardware, wait for the the installation wizard to load onto the screen, accept the license agreement, then click "Next" for the installation name and location and select "Install" to install the drivers.)
Choose "Locate and install driver software" if there are provided drivers. If not, click "Don't show this message again for this device" and click "OK."

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    Ifyour computer does not come equipped with a built in bluetooth module,you'll need to purchase a bluetooth dongle. These can be picked uponline or in a retail store and average between $10 and $30.

  2. Plugthe bluetooth dongle into your computer or if your computer is equippedwith an internal module, activate it (this is sometimes accomplished bya switch on the side of your notebook computer).

    Some bluetoothdongles will be automatically recognized and windows will automaticallyinstall the drivers for you; however some devices may require thedrivers be installed manually.

    Now you'll need to activatebluetooth discovery on your computer. This step may be differentdepending on the drivers used but should be similar to the following.

    * Look for the bluetooth icon in the windows system tray.

    * Right-click this icon and select open bluetooth settings.

    * Click on the Options tab and select "Turn discovery on".

  3. Activateand configure bluetooth on your cell phone. Setup will be differentdepending upon the brand of your phone. You will need to refer to theowners manual of your particular phone for specifics but I will covergeneral guidelines.

    * Locate the bluetooth settings menu in your phone.

    * Turn bluetooth ON.

    *Give your phone a name (you can use anything you like, but keep in mindthat other bluetooth users can see this name) this is the name thatwill identify your phone when you or others are searching for nearbybluetooth devices.

    * Set your bluetooth visibility. This shouldbe set to "shown to all" or "visible". You may wish to turn thisfeature off when you are not utilizing bluetooth.

  4. Now you'll need to pair your phone and your PC. This can be done from either the phone or the PC.

    From the PC (Windows XP):

    * Right click on the bluetooth icon in the system tray and select open bluetooth settings.

    * At the bottom of the devices tab, select "Add"

    * The Add Bluetooth Device Wizard appears, select "My device is setup and ready to be found" and click the Next button.

    * The wizard should find your device, if it doesn't, refer back to step three.

    * Select your device and click Next.

    *When prompted about a passkey, choose "Let me choose my own passkey",enter a passkey of your choosing (I like to use 0000 for ease butwindows recommends an 8-16 digit passkey). Click Next.

    * At thispoint the computer will attempt to connect to the phone via bluetoothand if successful your phone will prompt you for a passkey. Enter thesame passkey you entered into the computer and press OK.

    * If you are prompted to accept a connection request from your computer, select Yes.

  5. Nowthat your phone is paired with your computer, you are now ready tobegin transferring files. We will use a picture for this example.

    *Right click on the bluetooth icon in the Windows system tray and selectreceive a file. This lets your computer know to expect a file transferfrom a bluetooth device.

    * Again all phone models are different so this next step will vary.
    Locate an image file on your cell phone and select send - via bluetooth.

    * The phone will then search for bluetooth devices in range and display them along with already paired devices.

    * Select your computer from the list of devices.

    *The data file will transfer over to the computer and windows willprompt you to enter a file name and choose a location to save the fileto.

    * Thats it!!!

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  • Allmobile phones are different and some bluetooth drivers are different.Refer to your phone's owners manual for specific phone settings.
  • It is sometimes a good idea to turn off bluetooth on your phone when in crowded areas for security reasons

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1. install your samsung pc suite NPS,
2. open your phone bluetooth.
>> go to menu, select bluetooth, select settings under bluetooth, make your phone bluetooth's visible,
3. go to your computer, open your bluetooth, right click the bluetooth icon on the system tray, they are grouped and can be located near the clock.
4. select settings for your computer's bluetooth, make it discoverable, check the discover services.
5. under the computer's bluetooth panel, you can see there add device, click add device.
6. once the computer search for your phone, pair them with passcode like 1234, or 0-9 digits, it's up to you to assign the passcode but make sure they will be having the same passcode. ( both computer and phone).
once paired you can see them there in your phone's bluetooth panel, your computer and your phone together.

>>to check if successful connection was achieved, select a file from your computer, right click and send to your phone.
>>do the same thing for your computer, select a file from the phone and send it to your computer, but you need to confirm that your computer will be receiving a file from a paired bluetooth, by clicking the balloon
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Hi,

Let me outline some of the ways you can do this;

1. If your phone has a memory card then copy the picture files from the memory card to the computer. You can do copying first the pics you have on your phone to the memory stick, get the memory stick out and insert into the memory card reader on your computer. You can access the memory card from your computer and copy out the files to your computer.

2. You can transfer pictures also via bluetooth, this is possible if your phone has a bluetooth on it. Locate your bluetooth on your phone and switch it on. Go to your picture folder and open the picture you intend sending. Click on Options > Send > Bluetooth. Make sure the bluetooth on the recieving device (Computer) is on.

3. Transfer the picture via USB and Infrared. Get the USB cable that came with phone and connect to the computer, it would auto start. This would allow you locate the pictures on the phones and copy straight to your PC.

Hope this would help.

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