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can we send sms from bluetooth?

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With the addition of Bluetooth technology in many mobile phone handsets, we are now able to create small networks in which we can pass around notes and files from one phone or computer to another. While there are not really many practical reasons for doing this, it is free, easy, and fun to play with. I think about a school classroom, where teenagers are texting each other messages in class, each time clocking up 15c on their phone bill. As they are in close range to each other, there is no need for this to cost money. If both their phones are fitted with Bluetooth, they are able to use this technology to send the notes for free. This article will show you how to send messages and files from one phone to another over a short range for free, using Bluetooth technology. We can also send files such as ring tones, images and other audio files to one another using the same method. No additional software is required to make this work. This article will show: A message/file sent from a Nokia N70 to a Windows Vista PC running Outlook 2007. A message/file sent from a Nokia N70 to a HP Ipaq rw6828 A message/file sent from a HP Ipaq rw6828 to a Nokia N70 This should be possible on just about any Bluetooth enabled phone. The menus will be different, but the idea will be the same. Bluetooth has a minimum range of 10 metres, but many newer devices have Bluetooth 2.0 installed which allows for a range of 100 metres. Either way you look at it, 10 metres is plenty of distance for most meeting rooms and classrooms. Using an early Bluetooth version, I have never struggled to reach 20 metres when there has been a clear line of sight. File formats: As different devices support different file types, you may find that some phones cannot view what you send them. For example, A standard Windows mobile note file is in pwi format, and this is not viewable on a Symbian phone, so it is best to send the message as a txt file. I have had success sending the following file types: Images: jpg, gif, png Audio: wav, mp3, mid Text: txt, doc While you are able to send just about any type of file you want successfully, if the other end cannot view the file, you are wasting your time. Also worth noting is the size of the file. Bluetooth is a slow medium for sending files. While a txt file is small and will show up in seconds, an image file is much larger and can take many minutes.
Posted: 21-02-2012 @ 17:22:36
yes bt to a bluetooth client only
Posted: 21-02-2012 @ 02:43:52
The Symbian OS is nice to work with when playing around with messages. The notes program sends messages in txt format, which is the ideal format for other devices to view. Open up “Notes” and create your message. Select “Options” Select “Send” Select “Via Bluetooth” Screenshot0007Your phone will do a scan of the local area and list the compatible devices. Select which one you would like to send it to and press “Send”. You will then see the message being sent. Screenshot0004Another great thing about the Symbian OS receiving files and messages, is that it comes up in your inbox as a normal message. The only difference is that the icon is the Bluetooth icon instead of an envelope. It is just as nice as sending a standard sms, apart from the fact that it is free. Sending files is easy as well. You can do this from the File Manager or the Gallery. Choose the image and select the same “Send” options as above. It is clear that this was meant to be a well used function of our devices, we just don’t use it enough.
Posted: 23-08-2011 @ 21:26:46
yes.... just make a note of the message....& forward it by bluetooth
Posted: 23-08-2011 @ 19:03:52
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Posted: 10-06-2011 @ 11:36:33
yes but sending from bluetooh is risky it may effect viruses
Posted: 25-05-2011 @ 07:12:59
no
Posted: 24-05-2011 @ 22:56:54
Yes in Quality Mbls
Posted: 24-05-2011 @ 22:31:48
just save your message in your notepad file and send it through bluetooth
Posted: 24-05-2011 @ 20:00:59
Yes & it is called a NOTE & will be send in the range of bluetooth..u can get it in organiser option of your mobile..
Posted: 24-05-2011 @ 17:49:10
yes we can send sms and notes also.
Posted: 24-05-2011 @ 16:48:32
yes dude go to getjar.com from your ,mobile and download anapplication then u can snd sms freely through bluetooth
Posted: 24-05-2011 @ 15:26:13