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My Katana and Bluetooth

I am unable to use Bluetooth with my Katana. I have enabled everything on my bluetooth settings and can acutally find other bluetooth users in range, but am unable to send OR receive things via bluetooth. Is there a reason for this? I have tried with different bluetooth users, and although everyone can connect with me, no one can send information to me.

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    I am unable to connect my bluetooth device to my Katana II. Please help me.

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Some devices require you to set the device for recieving data. In the Bluetooth, menu there should be an option to "Receive File" or photo.

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