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Your Palm device can accept vCard items from a Bluetooth enabled PC. First, you'll need to save the item on your PC as a vCard file, then use Bluetooth technology to send it to your handheld. Here's how:
On your PC, launch the PIM application that contains the Contact you want to send.
Navigate to the individual Contact, and save it as a vCard file. Depending on your PIM, there are different ways to do this:
Palm Desktop: After highlighting the Contact you want to send, go to the File menu and select Export as vCard. Select a file location and file name, and click OK.
Outlook: After opening the Contact you want to send, go to the File menu and select "Export to a vCard file." Select a file location and file name, and click OK.
On your PC, navigate to the vCard file you just created. Right-click the file. Select Send To, then select the Bluetooth option. Your Bluetooth options at this point will vary according to your Bluetooth Configuration software. Eventually, you should reach a list of Bluetooth devices. Select your Palm device from this list and send.
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The mobile device which you are trying to transfer songs via bluetooth is not succeeding because the memory is full.So please remove some other files like games,pics or songs so that you can transfer more songs or you will have to buy another memory card of large capacity than the previous.
The T-Mobile G1 doesn't actually support file transfer through bluetooth :S So it's not faulty, it's just not programmed to do that. Sorry! However it should be able to find your bluetooth headset, it always finds mine. Maybe the headset is faulty?
just switch on the blutooth of the device and make ur device visible to others in bluetooth settings from where u switch on the bluetooth and then scan from other device from where u want to rec the file and then pair up ur both devices when it ask for code put 0 zero on both devices and then recieve the file there is no need to pair up again next time when u recv file from the same device
I was trying to transfer some ringtones from old phone to G1 and facing the same problem.
And now somewhere from net I found the solution to my problem.
Although it could not be done by bluetooth, but my problem is solved now.
You can also try it. It may help you out.
> Transfer ringtones/music/photos from your phone to Desktop
> Connect G1 to Desktop by USB cable
> On the top of G1 screen it will show the icon of USB (connected)
> Scroll down from the icon and select 'copy files from computer'
> Select 'Mount'
> On desktop a massage will appear, click 'open folder & show files'.
> Copy & Paste files from computer to G1. Now your files are in G1
> If you want to set any song as ringtone press & hold that song, a menu will appear and you can select 'set as ringtone'
I had the same problem with my duo. I found out the phone's memory was full and cannot receive any more files. Try transferring some files onto a micro sd card using the cut and paste feature on the phone or delete some files on the duo that you may not need.
Make sure u have Bluetooth Sharing ticked in ur Sharing preferences (in the 'Internet & Network' part of ur System preferences) when using Bluetooth file transfer method (the USB/Mass storage wasnt working)...this fixed my Blueetooth issues Woohoo!