With Bluetooth technology, you can send and receive files. You can also access other Bluetooth-enabled phones within your range. This is a desirable option if you want to transfer information from your old phone to your new phone. Both phones must be Bluetooth-enabled before you can access this information. Connecting to another Bluetooth-enabled phone is a quick and simple process.
Press the "Menu" button on your phone. Press the navigational arrows to select the "Bluetooth" sub-menu.
Select "Add a Device." Search for your other Bluetooth-enabled phone. Use the navigational arrows to highlight and select it.
Press "OK" to confirm the connection. Enter a passkey. If you forgot the passkey, enter "0000," which is a default passkey for most phones. Press "OK" once again.
Navigate to the "Media" sub-menu on your phone. Locate the Bluetooth-enabled phone, by its name. You now have access to music, video, photos and contacts.
Highlight the file you want and press the center key. Press the right soft key and select "Save" to save it to your phone.
Do not use these steps to hack into other Bluetooth phones. Disable Bluetooth on your phone if you do not want others accessing your information.