Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
There is no way to solve this, as the iPhone's bluetooth was designed to reject file-sharing devices, such as common cell-phones. It may be possible to force the bluetooth radio to connect to other phones through some kind of program. If you are willing to try and jailbreak your iPhone,i suggest that you read this tip and you should have access to the application iBluetooth. But as i never used it, i can't tell you how it works, but you can get it through this way:
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