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How do I connect my bluetooth phone with my computer?

Your first question might actually be, why would I want to connect my bluetooth phone to my computer?  It is a great way to transfer photos, mp3′s and other files from your mobile phone to your computer without the purchase of cables that only work with one phone or expensive software for a specific phone.

How do I connect my bluetooth phone with my computer?  First you need to turn your phones visibility on.  Most phones you do this by going into the menu, settings and they should be an option for “connections.”  Bluetooth will or should be under your connects, like I said this is for most phones.  You need to first make sure your bluetooth is turned on.  Next you need to turn on your bluetooth’s visability.

As far as your computer goes.  You either need a laptop/tower with bluetooth build in or a bluetooth USB adapter.  You can generally get a bluetooth USB adapter for less than $30, and these are very useful and can be used with multiple phones, which is great about bluetooth. 

After you have your bluetooth USB installed on your computer, then you need to sync them together.  The easiest way that I have found to do this is to do it from the phone.  Under your bluetooth settings under your phone, they should be an option to search for new devices or to pair it.  Once your perform the search it should find your computer.  Select to pair it with your computer.  It will ask you for the passcode on the phone it should be “0000″ that is four zeros.  You should get a pop up from the system tray on a windows machine asking if you want to pair your bluetooth with this device.  You need to tell it yes and it will ass for the passcode, which again is four zeros “0000.”  You should then be ready to use your bluetooth enabled phone with your computer.

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  1. avatar How Do I get my pictures off my Moto Razr Phone? | Viral Electronics Says:

    [...] choose to send it with bluetooth.  From there you would pick your computer and click to send.  Here is full details to do a trasnfer with bluetooth.  Hepefully these have answered your questions on how to transfer your pictures from your Motorola [...]

  2. avatar sohail adams Says:

    is it possible to retrive all audio files or mp3 files from motorola l6i phones

  3. avatar lafaz Says:

    hello, thanks for the piece of info. I use a HTC tytn II mobile and when i tried with passcode 0000, it didnt connect. Kindly help. thanks and best regards Lafaz

  4. avatar gas418 Says:

    The passcode for the Bluetooth devices are generally “0000″ It can be different you need to check with the manaufactor if “0000″ doesn’t work.

  5. avatar How do I take pictures from my Motorola Razr Phone to my computer? | How To 4 Phones Says:

    [...] choose to send it with bluetooth.  From there you would pick your computer and click to send.  Here is full details to do a trasnfer with bluetooth.  Hepefully these have answered your questions on how to transfer your pictures from your Motorola [...]

  6. avatar How do I connect my phone with bluetooth to my computer? | How To 4 Phones Says:

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  7. avatar J Says:

    HI,

    I have a LG shine and would like to know how to sync it to my Acer desktop what program do I use?

    Ta

  8. avatar anil singh rawat Says:

    can my computer connect to my mobile bluetooth

    how can send my computer data to mobile chip

  9. avatar jerry Says:

    how do i connect my blooth tooth headset to my phone there both motorola devices

  10. avatar lkjl;lkjkl;lkjkl;lkj Says:

    thanks for the crappy piece of info my bluetooth won’t connect to anything my phone wont find anything this really helped me.

  11. avatar lkjl;lkjkl;lkjkl;lkj Says:

    thanks for the crummy piece of info my bluetooth wont connect to my computer my phone wont find any thing this really helped me.

  12. avatar cj Says:

    uhh….i have done everything you said, but my phone wont connect(=.=) getting kinda annoyed…

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