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Have you checked the manual for any assistance? You seem to be following guidelines appropriately and I'm unsure why your still having difficulty. The proper way to sync music files is a simple as copying and pasting.
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!!
I have posted information in 'hints and tips' regarding media files (pictures mp3s etc). The first thing to remember when sending files to your phone is that they have to be done one at a time as the phone memory is limited. The phone has a memory card inside it which is extra/external to the phone memory. What is confusing is that you cannot send files directly to this memory card so each file you send to the phone has to be moved to the 'external memory' before you send another to the phone.
Yes I agree the manual is not too helpful which is why this forum is buzzing! I have posted information in 'tips and tricks' regarding media files (pictures mp3s etc). The first thing to remember when sending files to your phone is that they have to be done one at a time as the phone memory is limited. The phone has a memory card inside it which is extra/external to the phone memory. What is confusing is that you cannot send files directly to this memory card so each file you send to the phone has to be moved to the 'external memory' before you send another to the phone. Regarding email; you need to call your service provider and register with them. Then ask them to send the relevant codes and instructions to set up picture messaging, email/internet. Their instructions should be pretty easy to follow as they gear them exactly for the lg prada phone menu settings.
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There is a restriction in the JPG ratio/pixel size on the Prada.
You need to first get your photos on to your computer and check the size of them is 640 x 480 and that they are standard .jpg
Make sure any file you send is not 'in use' I.E. you don't have the file open on your computer - open files/in use files cannot be sent.
Also, after every download to the phone, you need to move the jpeg file to the external memory as the phone itself can only cope with a few files at a time before registering as full.
first of all insert your fone's memory card into your bluetooth.
And then plug that bluetooth in computer.
It will open with the drive like other drives.
Enter the songs and pics u like into the bluetooth.
Unplug from computer and put your memory card into your mobile.
Ok so your phone detects other people's phone in a limited range of area around you through your bluetooth, although your range doesn't really matter. So when you send your freind something through bluetooth does your light in the corner light up?, is your friends phone detectting your phone so it will reciecve what your sending through blue tooth, otherwise I'm not sure.