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When I want to receive files from another mobile, my phone can not be recognized; I have checked the" the device is visible to other devices" already; but it does'nt work. i have reset the phone many times but no use; please help... my phone is HTC touch viva

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If you're trying to send/receive files via Bluetooth, you'll need to go into the Windows Marketplace and download a Bluetooth File Send application. The Bluetooth that comes with most mobile phones is restricted to using Bluetooth Headsets.

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