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Re: nokia n95 bluetooth
1st switch off your phone press & hold * + 3 & call button alltogether and switch on the phone and hold until you phone formats after format completes your bluetooth will work.... warning of looseing all ur contacts and data...so take a backup b4 doin this
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Set you Message Storage Destination to Memory card and delete unwanted Smses or Bluetooth received files from the phone memory. To do this, Go to message settings and there's an option with "Default destination" or something like that, and set the Storage to Memory Card.
You'll also need to close the programs that are running on the background. To do this press and hold the "Menu" key, and to close the particular program, press "C".
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If you can see the photo's on your phone, in the image browser, you can select all and send them to your laptop via bluetooth. I don't have my n95 any more, but am sure there is a 'mark all' option in the gallery, then having done that, send via bluetooth to a laptop or pc with bluetooth.
i use bluetooth all the time, and i'm registered on us cellular, and they restrict everything, except sending things via bluetooth. I can only send ringtones and wallpaper, and maybe that's all you can do too; because the files are corrupt, in other words-your phone doesn't support it.
The phone's browser is set up to stop people sending applications and music to one another in case people are sending music to each other instead of using the music shop that nokia are about to open ;) I recommend you download a piece of freeware called "Y Browser" and all of the plugins that go with it as this will let you bluetooth anything and gives access all areas to the file system of your phone. It will also let you save things to your memory card that people bluetooth to you and save it out of your messages and other useful things. I have tested this ok and have bluetoothed this app and associated plugins to other n95 users since.