first go to settings > wireless and networks (normally on the very top of the list) > then just click the little check mark next to blue tooth to turn it on.
once it is on then go to settings > wireless and networks > bluetooth settings. turn on discoverable then turn on discoverable on the bluetooth thing you are trying to connect with and in the bluetooth devices column it should be there.
Android cellphones does not allow users to share Android apps via Bluetooth. Though, if you want to share and transfer Android apps from one Android cellphone to another, you can use Android apps which allows users to share Android app.
Well, using bluetooth over Android is a simple like using it with other phones, you need to swipe your fingers from top of the screen, and you will see bluetooth icon appear over the top, tap over that and bluetooth will be switched "ON", you can also switch on the bluetooth by heading over to Settings>Bluetooth.
Assuming the Huwani phone has Bluetooth capability, it should be able to use any Bluetooth device.
You can with Bluetooth but otherwise no
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Using your phone's bluetooth connection.
You have to download an bluetooth app from the android store the it should work :)
You can buy a motion sensor that alerts your Android phone via Bluetooth when triggered at Amazon.com.
Purchase the PDA net application for android, use the USB cable to connect to the PC for fastest speed - can also use Bluetooth but it is slower.
To transfer contacts from a BlackBerry to Android phone follow steps given below: Activate Bluetooth on your Android device 1. Go to Settings> Wireless & networks> Bluetooth Settings 2. Check the box next to Bluetooth 3. Check the box next to Visible in order for the device to be detected by the BlackBerry. Pair devices from your BlackBerry 1. From the BlackBerry home screen, click on: Options (wrench icon)> Networks and Connections> Bluetooth Connections. 2. Turn Bluetooth > On 3. In Paired Devices, click on Add a new device, then click on Search and your Android should be detected. 4. Select your Android device and click on Submit to prompt your device. Transfer all your contacts via Bluetooth - On your BlackBerry go to Paired devices now appears an select your Android phone. - Press the BlackBerry button and select Transfer contacts - Authorize the Bluetooth access on the Android device and wait for the transfer to be completed.