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Bluetooth file sharing problem

Although I paired both devices I'm unable to bluetooth any items from Sony Ericsson k800i to blackberry 8900. Message I get on the Sony Ericsson K800i cellphone ''Bluetooth connection failed Retry?''

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You can transfer only media files (don't know why). To do it, go to media, prees "menu", select "recieve using bluetooth" and after that send from sony ericsson. 

Posted on May 29, 2009

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It is very simple after pairing you have have to go to media and press menu key and select an "option receive using bluetooth"

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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