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    Trouble w/ 8110 and LG flip phone

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    So I'm trying to transfer pictures from my old LG CU400 flip phone to my 8110 but it keeps canceling halfway through.

    Both devices recognize each other and I can send addresses fine.

    Has anyone experienced this?

    Battery pull?

    EDIT: I've tried moving the files on the LG to the bluetooth files section and that doesn't work.

    I can send pictures and mp3s to the LG but not vise versa
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    Have you considered that the LG may be locked and only able to receive and not send data? That would be the only thing I could think of. I've had a few LG's back in my day and that was what prevented me from sticking with LG's was the fact that the ones I had were locked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trottsky View Post
    So I'm trying to transfer pictures from my old LG CU400 flip phone to my 8110 but it keeps canceling halfway through.

    Both devices recognize each other and I can send addresses fine.

    Has anyone experienced this?

    Battery pull?

    EDIT: I've tried moving the files on the LG to the bluetooth files section and that doesn't work.

    I can send pictures and mp3s to the LG but not vise versa
    Are you trying to send them using MuliMEdia Messages, or Bluetooth?

    If you're using bluetooth, make sure you're selecting "Receive Using Bluetooth" for your blackberry to receive the file. Go to the Media folder you want the file to be saved under and CLick the menu button, select Receive using Bluetooth, and then send from the LG phone. That should work

    If you're using MMS you need a data plan. If you have a data plan and its not working, try a battery pull
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    I'm using bluetooth to transfer. Thanks for your help guys. I'll report back.

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