Is there anyway for me to bluetooth more than one picture from my phone to my computer? I have a mac, and it lets me bluetooth the pictures from my phone to the laptop, but it takes a hell of a long time, with 68 pictures that I want to transfer it takes a while, so far I got 3. it takes on average 3 minutes for the whole process, going to the menu, camera menu pictures and choosing the picture i want to "print" and then sending it to my phone having to wait a minute and then repeating the process that should take me like an hour... HELP!!
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Re: Bluetoothing pictures to my computer
If your phone has a USB port/connection then it's prob better to use that and then ya can usually drag n drop files as ya can in windows... BT is not a very fast way... Using USB that all changes and ya can do heaps more and usually faster too.
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What you do is find the bluetooth symbol at the top of your screen (the background) then go to SETTINGS and then to DEVICE VISIBILITY (should be the very top) hit the ON choick then OK for other bluetooth devices to recognise it. then go back to the MAIN BLUETOOTH MENU (just hit back button) and go to SEARCH NEW DEVICE (second one down) but make sure you are in the same room as your computer to have your phone connect with the computer. That should then find your computer and then REQUEST TO PAIR (just touch the name of your mac) and then ENTER THE CODE (should be four zeros if you didnt change it and do the same thing on your mac then after that just select the photo you want to send and hit SEND VIA BLUETOOTH and select your mac
in the phone settings it will have an option to save to phone or save to memory card etc, nothing will pop up in the phone, its just extra storage, try bluetoothing from your pc to phone to see where the pic arrives, will prob be on the card, but maybe its set to store on phone instead.
Were you using Bluetooth at the time? I've had 2 Nokia 6288's. The first one died the day I got it. I'm pretty sure I was bluetoothing music from my Mac to my phone. The phone went blank, every time I turned it it would just flash, then turn off. So I returned it and got a new one. It was fine for ages, then it did the same thing when I was bluetoothing stuff to it. I got it fixed, and last week it died again-still flashing. I think it cost about $100 to have it fixed, but I'm not fixing it again. I got a new phone, the Nokia 6300-My dad has one and has never had any problems-and it's had stuff sent to it from my Mac.
if you are having problems connecting your phone to the pc. please make sure you have installed the Cd that you got with the phone which will make the computer connect to the phone.
if you have Bluetooth installed on your computer all you need to do is tot connect bluetooth to your phone liek you would connect 2 phones together with bluetooth. bluetoothing is aslo much quicker than leads.