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I want to print pictures from my phone at home by sending them to my computer. But it says to "please make sure which you are connecting is in pairing mode". What is pairing mode, and how would I use it to print pictures off my phone? please help. or could it be that i don't have bluetooth? do you have to sign up for that, or does it come with the phone?

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  • laucam Jun 03, 2008

    hi got samsung u600 want to put my photos onto pc from my phone but i cant find my disc is there any other way i can install the software

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Hi,
the u600 has bluetooth, but has your PC, you will have a bluetooth logo in the toolbar (next to the clock in the bottom right) as long as its installed correctly (check your pc manual to see if it has bluetooth built in).
If not you need a bluetooth dongle to plug into the usb port (they are cheap)
you then check the phones manual about pairing put the phone in pairing mode, select your pc and enter a pin number. a window will pop up on your PC asking for the same pin number (it dose'nt matter what the number is as long as its the same on the phone and pc) the you can use the send by bluetooth option in the camera or photo screen of your phone to send it to your pc and it will appear in the received files folder...
best of luck

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