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Old 12-12-2009, 05:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When I send, say, a music folder, from my PC to a phone, it tells me that "Bluetooth file transfer cannot transfer folders. To transfer the contents of a folder, open the folder and select the files you want to send." This is extremely annoying when trying to send albums made up of about 15 files. Plus, on a blackberry you have to accept & select where you want to save each files which means I have to sit here and watch the whole thing transfer. This would not be a problem if I could send a full folder.

Is there any third party programs that allow me to send a full folder, or is there any way to do it through windows?

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nope.
why not do it with usb?
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nope.
why not do it with usb?
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nope.
why not do it with usb?
Is there no way then to browse your phones files via bluetooth like you could do with a USB cable?
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nope.
its not designed to do so.

usb cables are ridiculasly cheap, get a new one.
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I suggest you to get both a USB cable and a Card Adapter to so you can have options
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Well, I just took my memory card out of my BB Tour put it in my laptop memory port and downloaded it directly to the memory card. Reinstall it on the BB Tour and everything was there and works perfectly. Hope this helps.
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get a pc suit for ur phone .connect it through the blutooth..then u can transfer all the files and folders u want.(don't have to use the usb cable
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