Help needed for my Blackberry Bluetooth

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Guys,

When I transfer music file from my laptop (SAMSUNG R580) to my blackberry 9300 (Keplar) via Bluetooth, it takes about 25 minutes to transfer one song.

How can I reduce this time?

Thanks 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #121373

Help needed for my Blackberry Bluetooth

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As long as you want to transfer the song from your laptop to your blackberry by using Bluetooth, the speed cannot be reduced nor that can be increased. The reason behind it is that Bluetooth transfer is done with a fixed rate(that depends upon the Bluetooth device you are using).

The other alternative for transferring your song would be to use a data cable to connect your cell phone to the laptop and then transfer the song. The transferring of data done by the data cable is quite speedy so this is the option you could go with to transfer your song quickly 🙂

Answered By 563040 points N/A #277893

Help needed for my Blackberry Bluetooth

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It took you that long to send only one song because you are using Bluetooth. It is not only slow but consumes more power as well. So, when sending something to your computer aside from photos better use your USB cable and your phone’s PC software. Since you are using a BlackBerry phone, download and install the BlackBerry Desktop Software.

Use this if your phone is running on BlackBerry 7.1 or earlier operating system. But if your BlackBerry handset is running on BlackBerry 10 operating system, download and install BlackBerry Link instead. BlackBerry Link for Windows supports Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. Microsoft Windows 10 is not officially supported.

It requires Intel Pentium 1 GHz or faster processor, 512 MB RAM, USB 1.1 or higher, 1024 x 768 screen resolution, and 100 MB free hard drive space. Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 is a prerequisite so make sure it is already installed prior to installing BlackBerry Link. For other information, go to BlackBerry Desktop.

Download .NET from Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1. BlackBerry Desktop Software and BlackBerry Link both have the same system requirements. Now to transfer music from your BlackBerry handset to your computer, connect your BlackBerry Smartphone to your laptop using the USB cable then start either BlackBerry Desktop Software or BlackBerry Link whichever you are using. The application should detect your device.

Then using the application, browse your handset then select the music you want to transfer then copy it to your laptop.

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