I have problems with my nokia phone. when a file is sent to me via blue tooth even from a nokia phone only (i know its a safe device cause it has anti virus protection) ,i can receive the file, but the sender receives a message sending failed status . when you look up the file to the gallery and play it on its musc player, it says file not supported. the phne accdg to its specifications can received mp3 m4 ac format songs. i have a 512 mb memory card and the free space is still 300 mb . the file is only about 1 to 3 mb.
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I would suggest u to remove ur memory card and receive a similar file on the phone memory…try to play it…if this happens then the problem Is there with the memory card…it may b a virus problem…format ur memory card…take backup of ur important data in the memory card and format it...
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Your telephone has more files in phone memory. In case you are not able to see directly those files via mobile. Connect it to a PC select folder option by opening my computer. Select show hidden files and deselect 3 options below hidden files option. Browse your phone by connecting it to PC via usb cable or blue tooth. Delete unwanted files.
Does your Laptop have Blue tooth or do your the the USB cable for your Nokia Phone?
If you have the Blue tooth power your Blue tooth device on your phone and on your laptop. go to the download software and Right Click on the software and send Via Blue tooth. It may ask for security code or password. choose any digit you like or repeat the digit on one of the device to the other.
The software is sent to your nokia phone as an SMS message. Open the message to install the software.
hope you r doing good,
You can transfer files to nokia by connecting usb cable and via blue tooth. Nokia pc suite is required in case of file transfer. So install pc suite and choose any medium to transfer files
hi, sorry for my late reply,i've been doing exams.like i said before, use a memory card reader to transfer the files which can not be transfered directly to your phone. you can also use a usb blue tooth to transfer your pics from your pc to your phone, via blue tooth technology. those are alternatives that always work
Not enough memory means your phone is too full of data IE. Pics, Themes, Contacts, Applications, Games etc...
The phone needs a certain amount of memory to function.
When sending files via Bluetooth, some useless files remain on your phone these have to be deleted manually.