I have a problem with my sony 750i. It does not accept pictures or songs from other mobiles through bluetooth. It shows memory is full and delete some files. Even when I did so, it does not get connected. Kindly advise me.
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Re: My Sony Bluetooth problem
Deleting files from your memory card is not enough. Usually the files received threw bluetooth will stored to phone memory and then prompted to store somewhere else by the user. So delete/move unwanted files from phone memory to memory card. Delete all the messages stored in your SIM card too.
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I presume you mean songs/pictures via Bluetooth, for that you need to switch on the Bluetooth in your phone, this will be available in options like connection/connectivity /tools/settings.
Once you switch blueetooth ON, check if the status is visible to all others or else they will not scan your phone, tell the other user to now send the files to your phone, while receiving you have to accept the file on your screen
1.select a song 2.go to option 3.there you can see the send option 4.select the sending option(bluetooth) 5.the bluetooth will search for available bluetooth connection 6.select the bluetooth connectivity which you have to send
Go into the phone's bluetooth settings and set it to search for devices, then press the answer button on the H700 for about 10 seconds or until the light stays on steady and your phone should pick it up as an available device if it doesn't work the first time, repeat until it picks up the H700 and use the code "0000" when prompted to complete the pairing.
The way that I paired my device is by pressing and holding the two volume buttons simultaneously for about 5 seconds, until the red and green lights began to appear.
Then, i just 'refreshed' my bluetooth search for devices, and it discovered it, and was able to pair it up.
Hopefully, this is useful