Kyocera phones are only capable of using bluetooth headsets, that's it. I was quite upset when i learned of this. do yourself a favor, go to motorola. kyocera phones are basically useless. and the only way to get your pictures off the phone is to email them, or buy a data cable only offered by kyocera. with a motorola, you won't have this problem.
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I'm going to assume..you've got an iPhone.. Simply because apple seems to have a "list" of approved blue-tooth items.
Unless your "JailBroken" (google only, please do not ask), if the said bluetooth device will not connect, consider updating your iOS to 5.1.1. or 6.0, or simply deal witht thefact..it won't work... Older deviices (3gs and prior) don't support things like A2DP (blue-tooth bi-direction communication, like a head-set)... and unless (jailbroken..see above about google). will simply not work.
If your NOT talking about an iPhone..you've got me.
you should make sure you are hooked up to a phone or computer and it will work much better. and if that doesn't work make sure the person your talking to has phone service. and if all else fails go to good old texting.
Unless you're trying to tether your phone to your computer or create a
personal hotspot, it won't pair with your computer by bluetooth. File transfer
by bluetooth is not supported. So, you can quit trying unless you're trying to
Standard procedure when transferring contacts to another phone via bluetooth is, go to the to the phone's contact list and and press options. If the phone has bluetooth capability, it will display there "send VIA Bluetooth" as options. Select that option and make sure that the blutetooth of the recipient phone is enable. Once the main phone have searched the new phone, just press send and then acknowledge the business card on the new phone.
u can transfer these by using blue tooth. first select ur numbers and then click option and select send via bluetooth. but first active ur bluetooth ur both mobile. and the other way to transfer ur no in pc by cable connection or usb connection. thanks.
Bluetooth, when activated on your mobile device, you get to chose to be noticed or not. If you chose NOT, then anyone with bluetooth seeking to connect with another device with bluetooth, you're device WILL NOT come up. It'll only show up when you chose YES to notice. When someone is seeking via bluetooth for another bluetooth device to connect with, they'll find your's. You'll have a personalized name or a generic name. Typically, the generic name will be the model of phone you are using. Plus, bluetooth can only connect to one thing at a time. Can't do multiple pairings. In some countries, young adults leave their bluetooths open and noticed for all to find as a dating network. Hope that answered your question!!
You cannot at present use iphone's Bluetooth to transfer files/link up phones/computers etc as Apple has intentionaly crippled the Bluetooth so you can only connect to some handsfree kits and headsets.. this is to force use of itunes only for file/music/apps transfer and of course to prevent copy of said files between your iphone and other phones/devices to force each person to buy apps and music (prevent theft by file sharing)