Question about Cell Phones
if you are using windows xp, and your computer has a bluetooth chip, its quit simple.
first enable the bluetooth in your computer, then activate the bluetooth in your phone and make sure the phone is in "visible" mode. Otherwise the computer will not be able to find it.
go to the control panel of windows, open the "bluetooth devices", and click the "Add " button. it will scan for new devices. when it finds your phone, double click on íts icon. you will at this point be asked for a "pass key" just enter "1234" - do the same thing on the phone.
at this point you have paired the phone with the computer and can not send files back and fourth between the devices.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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