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How do you rename your iPhone Bluetooth file?
When you go in iTunes (on you'r PC or mac) try renaming the Iphone device that you have connected ;)
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Yes, iPhone has Bluetooth. But it only supports Headset. no filesharing or Air Play. There are some applications of third parties available on Apple appstore that can shar…e files (photos, etc.) between 2 iphones (3GS) via Bluetooth. some of them are free and others not. Also some games have the option of discovering the other iphones (3GS) near to the users' iphone (3GS) & pair them as game mates. from my experience I can say that the bluetooth of iphone (3GS) is not 100% compatible with other mobile phones or computers (neither between the apple products) you can buy an additional one,either in app store or www.shoppingkool.com is ok.
There is no simple way to rename iPhone photo albums because all photos in iPhone photo albums stored as binary format ITHMDB photo database, there are 5 type of databas…e as below 1. "Photo Database" stored photo index to the other 4 databases. 2. "F3008_1.ITHMB" stored image size 640 x 480 3. "F3009_1.ITHMB" stored image size 160 x 128 4. "F3004_1.ITHMB" stored image size 56 x 73 5. "F3011_1.ITHMB" stored image size 80 x 79 Mac platform: I guess iPhoto can do the job. Windows platform: "uTunePhotos" that can manipulate ITHMDB database can do the job such as add, remove, export rename, reorder, backup and restore.
yes , it is possible only if you have i Bluetooth in your i phone .
I'm afraid you can't do bluetooth on an iPhone, i know as my best mate has one and she can't bluetooth me anything because apple doesn't do bluetooth. Sucks, doesn't it…?
Yes. You do the following: settings>general>Bluetooth>On/Off. Hope this helps :) if this doesn't work, it's probably because your phone thinks bluetooth is illegal, bluetoot…hing is copyrite. :|
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Original Answer by Robertfalco Edited by Arianna Lovendino iPhone Bluetooth is only for iPhone. You cannot send songs or things like that to any other phone …brand.
No, bluetooth is for headphones only. But you can connect to other phone via Wi-Fi.
yes they do you have to go into the settings menu then press on conections and switch on the bluetooth
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You can't, unless you're jailbroken. Some app's will allow you to connect via bluetooth inside the app for multiplayer, such as games, but you can't via the OS, connect iPhone… to iPhone
Go To: SettingsGeneralBluetooth You Have The Option To Turn Bluetooth On And Off
Download the Bump app which is free from the App Store which allows you to send pictures and much more by just tapping your iPhones together. You can do it via following ste…ps. 1 Download and install the iBluetooth application from Cydia, a resource for iPhone apps. 2 Activate the Bluetooth feature on the device you wish to transfer to the iPhone from. Be sure that it can "see" the iPhone in the list of available devices. 3 Locate the file you wish to send, and choose to send it via Bluetooth to the iPhone by following the device's Bluetooth transfer protocol, which will vary depending on the device. 4 Select that you would like to allow the file transfer from the iBluetooth menu on the iPhone when it prompts you to allow or disallow the transfer. The file should send in a matter of seconds. Hope it can help you.
Pairing a bluetooth device (e.g. a hands-free ear piece) with the iPhone is trivial - the option is available in the iPhone's settings and easily found. Enable bluetooth under… settings, and ensure that the bluetooth device is set to 'discoverable' or 'pairing' mode. Simply scan for devices from the iPhone via the bluetooth settings, select the one you wish to pair with, enter the shared key (PIN) as provided by the device manufacturer, and away you go. Unfortunately, that is where it ends. Without hacking your iPhone (voiding the warranty and breaching the EULA), the iPhone is devoid of bluetooth file-transfer protocols (i.e. OBEX FTP), and so cannot perform phone-to-phone data transfers.