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Files protected I have put a few midi and sis files which are freeware but when I try to send them via bluetooth I get the message 'Unable to send protected objects'

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  • Fuk2mol Nov 07, 2007

    I tried that solution but still get the same problem - when the data files are on the phone and i want to send them to another phone via bluetooth or infrared the message still appears 'unable to send protected objects' when i know that they're not protected. many thanx

  • DreamBox Feb 27, 2008

    i want to send some mid files via mms but i can't! how i can solve this problem?? all my mid files are freeware but still rceiving this Error :(

  • Erhard Oct 16, 2008

    Even installed Ybrowser and that gives me the option to send via bluetooth, but not MMS.

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You may simply rename the files to something else and then try to send them via bluetooth.
Example:
rename "blue.sis" to something like "blue.sis_"
or rename "blue.midi" to "blue.mi"

any name can be tried.
 


please Rate!

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Download the program 'X-plore' from
http://www.lonelycatgames.com/?app=xplore

(you scroll down to the bottom and click "download software")

then install the 'S60_3rd edition...." file to your mobile. i tried it and i can send MIDI files on my N95 im sooooooo happy hehehe!! ^^!!! by the way, i use the 'free' version that doesn't have all the features in it, but its enough to be able to send things : )

goodlucK!

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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The phone's browser is set up to stop people sending applications and music to one another in case people are sending music to each other instead of using the music shop that nokia are about to open ;) I recommend you download a piece of freeware called "Y Browser" and all of the plugins that go with it as this will let you bluetooth anything and gives access all areas to the file system of your phone. It will also let you save things to your memory card that people bluetooth to you and save it out of your messages and other useful things. I have tested this ok and have bluetoothed this app and associated plugins to other n95 users since.

Posted on Nov 09, 2007

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That sucks

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Dear
save ur datas through cable to PC and then,
reset ur phone by typing *#7370# .phone will ask ur security code .type 12345 or if u have other type that.after reseting download from pc and try it now

Posted on Nov 07, 2007

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