Sony Ericsson Coconut

Sony Ericsson Coconut

Transfer files via Bluetooth - Sony Ericsson Coconut

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Bluetooth is a wireless connection which can be used to transfer files between two devices or to establish a connection to other devices, such as a wireless headset or keypad. Follow these instructions to transfer a file via Bluetooth.

Step 1 of 12

Find "Gallery"

Press the menu icon.

Step 2 of 12

Find "Gallery"

Press Gallery.

Step 3 of 12

Select file

Go to the required folder.
Press and hold the required picture or the required video clip to select it.

Step 4 of 12

Select file

When a picture or video clip is ticked (V), it's selected.

Step 5 of 12

Search for Bluetooth devices

Press the Menu key.

Step 6 of 12

Search for Bluetooth devices

Press Share.

Step 7 of 12

Search for Bluetooth devices

Press Bluetooth.

Step 8 of 12

Search for Bluetooth devices

If required, press Turn on to turn on Bluetooth.

Step 9 of 12

Search for Bluetooth devices

Press Scan for devices.
Your phone now searches for devices and after a moment, a list of Bluetooth devices within range is displayed.

Step 10 of 12

Transfer file via Bluetooth

Press the required Bluetooth device.

In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.
Step 11 of 12

Transfer file via Bluetooth

Check that the same access code is displayed on both devices and press Pair.
You also need to accept the access code on the other device.
The file is sent.

In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.
Step 12 of 12

Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

1. Find "Gallery"

Press the menu icon.
Press Gallery.

2. Select file

Go to the required folder.
Press and hold the required picture or the required video clip to select it.
When a picture or video clip is ticked (V), it's selected.

3. Search for Bluetooth devices

Press the Menu key.
Press Share.
Press Bluetooth.
If required, press Turn on to turn on Bluetooth.
Press Scan for devices.
Your phone now searches for devices and after a moment, a list of Bluetooth devices within range is displayed.

4. Transfer file via Bluetooth

Press the required Bluetooth device.
In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.
Check that the same access code is displayed on both devices and press Pair.
You also need to accept the access code on the other device.
The file is sent.
In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.

5. Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.
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