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Bluetooth - Paired but not connected

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Sapa, May 18, 2010.

  1. Sapa

    Sapa Member
    Thread Starter

    I'm trying to pair my Desire with my laptop to send a photo over bluetooth. I can't seem to connect properly as it says 'paired but not connected'. When I go into the photo I want to send and select 'send by bluetooth' it doesn't do anything, but in my notifications it says 'bluetooth transmission completed - 0 items sent'

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  2. mrgsmith77

    mrgsmith77 Newbie

    Hi, I had the same problem. You need to make you phone discoverable. Into settings, then wireless and network settings, then Bluetooth settings, tick the box "make device discoverable" and your good to go. On the downside, you only have 2 mins to complete the transaction, have not figured out how to lift the time restriction as yet.
  3. Sapa

    Sapa Member
    Thread Starter

    Yeah I had made it discoverable. Will try again later to see if I get any luck
  4. Lol mahmood

    Lol mahmood Member

    I think you have to enable FTP in settings too.
  5. thedavegray

    thedavegray Newbie

    Really? What has FTP got to do with bluetooth?
  6. Dark Penguin

    Dark Penguin Newbie

    I'm having a similar issue right now. I want to pair my old ATT HTC Pure, on which I have flashed a version of Froyo, with my current Sprint Optimus S. The goal is to use the camera on the old phone, which is better, but to have immediate access to the pictures on the new phone, as long as I have both phones with me.

    I thought in order to make the devices recognize each other at all, one had to be discoverable to the other. In my case, if I make the old HTC discoverable, the new LG will pair with it fine. But what do I have to do in order to connect them?
  7. BarnumC

    BarnumC Member

    Are you sending FROM the phone, or FROM the pc?
    Have you tried the other way round, and does that work, have you tried sending to different devices?
    Doing all these will allow you to work out what part is at fault, you may well be fiddling with your phone, when the problem is in the pc

    Possibly another picnic time :D

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