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Copying data from l7i through blue tooth

I have L7i I want to copy data file from card of my phone to some other mobile having blue tooth, let me know how it can be achieved. thanks Satnam singh Dhoor

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Well you go to that file you want to send and press the options button which is the button with the line in and select move and then copy it over blue tooth

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