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Blueetooth help on my phone

Hi i have brought a apple iphone yesterday but im having problems with my bluetooth when i turn my bluetooth on it says that it is on and that it is searching and also saying that it is discoverable but when someone sends me something i cant receive it it says sending failed and also i cant send nothing to know one either please could you help me please many thanks kelly

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Iphone dosnt support OBEX.
obex is the method for file transfer. it only supports handsfree headsets. there is no method for file transfer via bluetooth, u wanna go for app "dropcopy" this is for file transfer b/w 2 iphones.

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