Receiving files by bluetooth

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Pluvero

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Post #19 November 2011, 07:51
Hello Zedgers... I have hacked N95, and when receiving files by bluetooth, files comes to messages... So, maybe there are any applications or patches, that the file would go into other place, like memory card?

EmaNphilic

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Post #29 November 2011, 07:57
even ur mob is not hacked, Bluetooth files will go to inbox only......

Pluvero

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Post #39 November 2011, 08:12
Nop, I can't remember, where i see, and name of application, but I really see that...

EmaNphilic

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Post #49 November 2011, 08:22
wat u c ?

watever, ur mobile is programmed to store bluetooth files in inbox only....u can transfer them directly to mmc frm mass storage .

but here is a way, connect ur mobile with pc suite r ovi suite . then ur device will shown in My Computer. theen go to memory card nd paste ur files . it works for me !

KHWAAAB

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Post #59 November 2011, 09:01
reset your hanset sofware

EmaNphilic

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Post #69 November 2011, 09:06

Quote of user: KHWAAAB

reset your hanset sofware


sorry ! it doesnt work anymore . most of the Symbian mobiles r programmed to store their Bluetooth data in inbox only....

__Priyanka

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Post #79 November 2011, 10:01

Quote of user: Pluvero

Hello Zedgers... I have hacked N95, and when receiving files by bluetooth, files comes to messages... So, maybe there are any applications or patches, that the file would go into other place, like memory card?


The file is sent as a message and hence it comes in the Inbox.In a Symbian S60 system it is not possible to resend or move files present into Message Inbox received via Bluetooth. Neither is possible to access to the folder that contains them using the standard File Manager.A simple solution to be able to manage these files is to use X-plore software.

Pluvero

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Post #810 November 2011, 19:51
It's not what I expected, but thanks anyway...

andreloschi

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Post #93 January 2012, 15:58
simple
search google for "Bluetooth Receiver" program S60 v5 for receive files and saving anywhere paste.

neo_X_ank

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Post #103 January 2012, 17:17
I'm not much familiar with Symbian but I guess a bluetooth app with ftp might work..

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