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MOTOROLA i880 COULD YOU TELL ME THE STEPS TO TRANSFER BY BLUETOOTH THE RINGTONES I HAVE IN MY HTC TYTN TO MY i880. THANK YOU

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  • jagold May 14, 2008

    COULD YOU PLEASE BE A LITTLE MORE CLEAR WHICH MENU OR OTHER STEPS TO DO BETWEEN THE 2 DEVICES,

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To do the transfer with bluetooth, go to multimedia and then sounds pick your song, press menu, copy, and if your bluetooth is already connected to the other phone it should start doing it and you just accept if not, then connect both phones first and do that.

You may have to work with bluetooth a little. Try this, take one of the phones go to setting>connection>bluetooth>settings>Power: (if it is off, turn it on) If it is on turn it off close the phone and then do the steps again and turn it back on.

Do the same with the other phone, so no both phones should be on, and then press LOOK for Device, it should come up 1/1 found and should say MOTOROLA PHONE or the persons name that they personally set.

If the Above didn't work but you have both bluetooth phones on try to go to Mulitmedia>sounds> Menu and Copy the song you want and it should automatically find a device close enough and they just press ACCEPT. Let me know if it works or not.



To do it without Bluetooth. First stick your brand new virgin(or reformatted) microSD card into the phone.
It will re-format it with a MUSIC directory(few others also).
Now the easiest thing is to stick the card back in a PC card reader, and place your MP3s in the MUSIC directory(<32 letters on name).
That is it. Then go to Media center or Music Player.
They work with microSD cards all day long.

Please get back to me if you still can't get it to work, thanks

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HI,

CLICK HERE for the user manual and refer the pg. nos. 177,178,179


Goodluck,
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You need on the blue tooth in the both sets AND wait it detects each other once it detects the phone you choose the option to send thought blue tooth to other phone,

To do this: 1. Make sure that Bluetooth is on. 2. Open Ringtones, then scroll to the Ringtones you want to send. 3. Select Menu > Beam Ringtones or Menu > Send Ringtones > Beam. The device then searches and discovers other devices within range provided they are in visible (or discoverable) mode. 4. Select the device you want to send the contact to.

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Turn on bluetooth on both devices.

search for new devices

pair both devices

select files -> send via bluetooth

select the device and press ok

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http://www.motorola.com/Hellomoto/Master%20Lists/Product%20Manuals/Static%20Files/US-EN/i880_UG_English.pdf

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