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if the phone has an sd card transfer on to that then put the sd card into your new phone, or connect your old phone to your new phone with blue tooth and transfer them or transfer them to your computor via blue tooth then send them to your new phone via blue tooth
Hi,very easy.It's just the same way you paired the blue tooth with the phone.Dothe same with the new phone are you are done.
When you want to connect a blue tooth to a phone, You will need to switch on the blue tooth device and the phones blue tooth you are pairing with. When pairing both device, you will ask for pairing code, You four digit numbers(default code(0000). and pair. After pairing both device, you detected paired, you can now use the blue tooth device with your phone. there are no special code for pairing Blue tooth device. Normal codes used are any four digit, four numbers you want to use.(0000, 1234).
I would try shutting the phone off. Then, remove the battery for a few seconds. Put everything back on, and turn on the device. This is a known bug with many SE phones. IF possible, I would also try to update your firmware.