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  1. #1
    David
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    I have tried evry way to get the K750i to transfer files using bluetooth,
    but mine seems to be having allsorts of problems. I am not a new user of
    bluetooth having had several other phones which implemented it before this
    one, but I find this the most unreliable for bluetooth transfers. Any idea
    why?

    David





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  2. #2
    Taylor
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    Re: k750i faling to transfer files on bluetooth?

    "David" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I have tried evry way to get the K750i to transfer files using bluetooth,
    > but mine seems to be having allsorts of problems. I am not a new user of
    > bluetooth having had several other phones which implemented it before this
    > one, but I find this the most unreliable for bluetooth transfers. Any
    > idea
    > why?
    >
    > David


    What firmware version do you have? There was a bluetooth issue on one
    particular firmware version. Also, certain handsets had incorrect bluetooth
    circuitry, there was a certain range of handsets in which it was known to be
    a problem.

    I can't find the web-page which details the IMEI number-range involved,
    quite irritating.

    Anyhoo, as a start, why not upgrade the firmware? To check which version of
    firmware you have press the following key combination, with the arrows being
    left and right (< and > ) respectively;

    > * < < * < * <


    If you do that at a fast-ish speed, a menu should appear. Select 'model
    info' and it will tell you the firwmare version. It may say something such
    as: R1AA008 or basically anything beginning with an R followed by a few
    random alpha-numeric digits.

    The latest version is R1BC002 - so if you haven't got that try updating via
    SEUS (sony ericsson update service) (www.sonyericsson.com) - with the cable
    that came with your phone.

    Upgrading the firmware will possibly provide a solution.





  3. #3
    Richard Phillips
    Guest

    Re: k750i faling to transfer files on bluetooth?

    I have R1AA008 in mine and bluetooth works perfectly with many other
    devices.

    Just out of curiosity, does anyone know if there is a "list of changes"
    available when SE update the software? I am well aware of the risks of
    updating FLASH, so don't want to do it unless there's a good reason!

    R.


    "Taylor" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    newsg6%[email protected]
    > "David" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>I have tried evry way to get the K750i to transfer files using bluetooth,
    >> but mine seems to be having allsorts of problems. I am not a new user of
    >> bluetooth having had several other phones which implemented it before
    >> this
    >> one, but I find this the most unreliable for bluetooth transfers. Any
    >> idea
    >> why?
    >>
    >> David

    >
    > What firmware version do you have? There was a bluetooth issue on one
    > particular firmware version. Also, certain handsets had incorrect
    > bluetooth circuitry, there was a certain range of handsets in which it was
    > known to be a problem.
    >
    > I can't find the web-page which details the IMEI number-range involved,
    > quite irritating.
    >
    > Anyhoo, as a start, why not upgrade the firmware? To check which version
    > of firmware you have press the following key combination, with the arrows
    > being left and right (< and > ) respectively;
    >
    >> * < < * < * <

    >
    > If you do that at a fast-ish speed, a menu should appear. Select 'model
    > info' and it will tell you the firwmare version. It may say something such
    > as: R1AA008 or basically anything beginning with an R followed by a few
    > random alpha-numeric digits.
    >
    > The latest version is R1BC002 - so if you haven't got that try updating
    > via SEUS (sony ericsson update service) (www.sonyericsson.com) - with the
    > cable that came with your phone.
    >
    > Upgrading the firmware will possibly provide a solution.
    >






  4. #4
    Taylor
    Guest

    Re: k750i faling to transfer files on bluetooth?


    "Richard Phillips" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:ZZa%[email protected]
    >I have R1AA008 in mine and bluetooth works perfectly with many other
    >devices.
    >
    > Just out of curiosity, does anyone know if there is a "list of changes"
    > available when SE update the software? I am well aware of the risks of
    > updating FLASH, so don't want to do it unless there's a good reason!
    >
    > R.


    Hi Richard.

    They don't seem to provide a concrete list, but www.esato.com forums do
    have lists of bugs and advantages/disadvantages for each post - a search of
    the forums is probably the best idea.

    I personally have found that each firmware has been an advancement, and has
    done what it's meant to do - enhance and fix previoulsy-annoying bugs.





  5. #5
    Taylor
    Guest

    Re: k750i faling to transfer files on bluetooth?

    "Richard Phillips" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:ZZa%[email protected]
    >I have R1AA008 in mine and bluetooth works perfectly with many other
    >devices.
    >
    > Just out of curiosity, does anyone know if there is a "list of changes"
    > available when SE update the software? I am well aware of the risks of
    > updating FLASH, so don't want to do it unless there's a good reason!
    >
    > R.


    By the way Richy-rich, apparently the newst firmware fixes previous isseus
    with bluetooth experienced with your firmware, but I think it may just befor
    certain headsets etc, which is welcome to those who use those headsets.





  6. #6
    Richard Phillips
    Guest

    Re: k750i faling to transfer files on bluetooth?

    That site does seem to list the updates quite well:

    R1BC002
    - Released on SEUS for the K750 on 9/3/06.
    - Released on SEUS for the W800 on 18/3/06
    - Free memory is now listed in MB instead of KB.
    - Photos are now taken as soon as the shutter sound is heard.
    - Slight increase in speaker and headphone volume.
    - Slight increase in phone responsiveness.
    - FIX: Background noise during lower volume calls ('hissing bug') now fixed.
    - FIX: All USB transfer issues now fixed.
    - FIX: Increased stability in PhotoDJ and VideoDJ applcations.
    - BUG: m4a tags are not read with this firmware.
    - JBenchmark 3D LQ: 202
    - JBenchmark 3D HQ: 126
    - JBenchmark 2: 340
    - JBenchmark 1: 3889
    - Software versions:
    LCD 0
    Camera 4.5
    ITP CXC 125 932 R1B

    R1BA013
    - Released by Cruiser Team on 24/02/06.
    - Add new profile in Settings / Connectivity / Device mgmt., possibly to
    enable phone-based firmware updates.

    I will give it a try and see what happens, I am quite keen on having memory
    in Mb!
    I've also experienced problems with USB transfer, especially with my
    girlfriend's K750i, which has older software (I was less enthusiastic about
    messing with her phone, it was only 2 days old!!). Be interesting to see if
    I get it again after the upgrade...

    Cheers,
    Richard.


    "Taylor" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:u2c%[email protected]
    >
    > "Richard Phillips" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:ZZa%[email protected]
    >>I have R1AA008 in mine and bluetooth works perfectly with many other
    >>devices.
    >>
    >> Just out of curiosity, does anyone know if there is a "list of changes"
    >> available when SE update the software? I am well aware of the risks of
    >> updating FLASH, so don't want to do it unless there's a good reason!
    >>
    >> R.

    >
    > Hi Richard.
    >
    > They don't seem to provide a concrete list, but www.esato.com forums do
    > have lists of bugs and advantages/disadvantages for each post - a search
    > of the forums is probably the best idea.
    >
    > I personally have found that each firmware has been an advancement, and
    > has done what it's meant to do - enhance and fix previoulsy-annoying bugs.
    >






  7. #7
    Jon
    Guest

    Re: k750i faling to transfer files on bluetooth?

    [email protected] declared for all the world to hear...
    > I have tried evry way to get the K750i to transfer files using bluetooth,
    > but mine seems to be having allsorts of problems. I am not a new user of
    > bluetooth having had several other phones which implemented it before this
    > one, but I find this the most unreliable for bluetooth transfers. Any idea
    > why?


    WHat are you trying to transfer, and what are you trying to transfer it
    to?
    --
    Regards
    Jon



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