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why i am not able to sent data from my apple to any nokia phones?

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Posted: 26-12-2014 @ 11:49:31
'By default Apple Iphone/Ipod Touch Doesn't have a feature to send and receive Files Though blue-tooth. The only option is you have Install Additional Application. On your I-phone to get This Feature. The Blue-tooth file sharing App Called "App Store - Blue-tooth FileShare" can be Downloaded form The "Apple App Store" by paying a small fee of $1 Or Alternatively If your I-phone is Jailbreaken/Unlocked Then a Free App is available in the "Cydia Store" called "Celeste Blue-tooth File Transfer App for I-Phone"
Posted: 20-09-2011 @ 09:08:12
it's not possible to Bluetooth a third party cell phone to an iPhone. Two different operating systems....nokia usually runs on symbian while apple phone runs on iOS 4
Posted: 04-09-2011 @ 23:09:40
no it is not possible becoz the software doesnot support it
Posted: 02-09-2011 @ 15:04:49
its not possible becoz the software in it is not supported by the nokia phones
Posted: 02-09-2011 @ 14:51:57
No, it's not possible to Bluetooth a third party cell phone to an iPhone. Two different operating systems.so you can not connect apple to nokia phone
Posted: 29-08-2011 @ 23:53:33
it's not possible to Bluetooth a third party cell phone to an iPhone. Two different operating systems....nokia usually runs on symbian while apple phone runs on iOS 4
Posted: 29-08-2011 @ 18:29:15
please xpand ur questiuon iphone 3 3gs or 4 and whch nokia phone ?
Posted: 29-08-2011 @ 15:19:13
its bcoz iphones dnt hv BT profile for sharing files and both hv diffrnt opersting systems....
Posted: 29-08-2011 @ 13:34:54
No, it's not the same at all. It uses a completely different BT profile. iPhones don't have the BT profile for sharing files.
Posted: 29-08-2011 @ 12:59:57