When i pair my samsung GT C5130 with my laptop then it ask for pass code to complete pairing process but i don't have pass code .plz assist me
How to Connect a Phone Using Bluetooth With a Laptop
By using Bluetooth technology, you can send files from your phone to your PC without the use of wires, SD cards or memory sticks. Many newer laptops have Bluetooth connectivity, but some models do not. You can make these laptops Bluetooth-enabled with the use of an external Bluetooth device called a Bluetooth dongle. This is a USB stick used to enable Bluetooth on your laptop, as long as it's plugged in.
Pairing the Devices
Switch your laptop and cell phone on.
Go to your phone's main menu and enable Bluetooth. Depending on the model of your cell phone, your Bluetooth options may be listed under connections, settings, tools or extras.
Insert the Bluetooth Dongle into the USB port on your laptop. A dialogue bubble will pop up once your computer recognizes the device. Do not close this dialogue bubble until the device has been fully installed. Once it has, you will see the words "Installation Complete."
Go to the Start menu, then select "Control Panel." From here, open up "Network in Internet."
Choose "Set up a Bluetooth-enabled device," then click "Add." After this, select "My device is set up and ready to be found."
Find the name of your phone and click "Next." At this time, you will be asked to give a passkey. The passkey will have been supplied by the manufacturer of your Bluetooth dongle. Enter this same passkey on your cell phone. (You can use the Default code which 0000)
Right-click the file on your computer that you want to send to your phone.
Select "Send To" and then select "Bluetooth Device." A box will pop up asking you to select the name of the device from the list provided. From here, you will select the name of your cell phone.
Click "Next" or "Continue." The file will begin to transfer.
Accept the file transfer on your cell phone.
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Jan 26, 2011 |