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Old 9th May 2007, 02:17 AM
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Sending files from pc to phone via bluetooth

i just bought a bluetooth 2.0 adapter for the computer.
vista apparently doesn't want to install the driver for my phone, so i decided to switch on over to fc6 for bluetooth support.
i'm (very obviously) using bluetooth 0.7.0.
the adapter is plugged in, so i search for devices on my phone and i find my computer.

i can send files to my computer perfectly (pictures, ringtones, videos)
but my problem is sending them from computer to phone.

when i right click the file and select "send to" i click my bluetooth phone.
it says sending and it says "incoming transfer" on my phone
but then after a second or 2 it says "unatble to read file (file name and path)"

is there any way for me to just send stuff without putting up with this bullcrap? or just to get it to "read" my file?

thanks in advance
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