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have u checked tryin to transfer data of pretty small sizes like an image?
1. On the receiving device, go to media, select what you'll be receiving (photos, ringtone, etc), press menu, then select receive using bluetooth.
2. On the sending device, send using bluetooth...
MUST BE DONE IN THAT ORDER!soln3Go to Applications, then choose Files. Then hit the menu button and scroll to Receive Using Bluetooth. Then on your computer choose the file you want to send and tell the computer to Send To Bluetooth device. It works! Halleluiah!
Others haev to pair their phones with yours. then only would you be able to send or receive.
What you do is ask your friend to put his BT on as you do yours. Ask him to select a music file and select option send. he will get a choice and should select BT. He will get the list of BT enabled devices and your phone will be listed there. Ask him to select your name. When he does send the file to you you will get a notice asking you that so an so is sending a file to you. should you accept. Accept. And the download will start. Cheers.
u set the ringtone from mutimedia>sounds,ussally while playing the will be option "set a ringtone" not from digital audio player,directly from sounds.
motorola does not accpet viruses infected files or their phone must be trying to send virus attachment or ur phone memory will be full.
No help needed...after taking it to a tech center - and they said it was a phone issue which couldn't be fixed ( guess they were new hires from flipping burgers? ) I simply did a master clear...phone works fine and I can upload & store my ringtones w/o any issues.
You can txt yourself the sound and when you receive the txt you save it as a ringtone. If you have a computer with bluetooth capability you can send ringtones that you can make yourself through bluetooth. I use create-a-ringtones.com, make my own and transfer them to my phone. If anyone else wants the ringtone I just txt it to them. I just did about 18 ringtones for my husband and he has the motorola adventure v750.
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.