Question about Samsung Cell Phones
To pair any two bluetooth enabled phones, the user initiating the pairing process may choose any passkey he/she wants (e.g. the widely used code by bluetooth headsets, '0000' (four zeros), or any other number, not necessarily 4-digits long), provided that the user receiving the pairing request enters that same code when prompted to do so. The pairing process should be done only once. All subsequent connections should be achieved by bringing both phones within each other's reach, with their bluetooth radios turned on, and, then, use a file manager to send a file from one phone to the other one.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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