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# 14974 29-Jul-2007 11:46
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Hi all

I'm having trouble sending photos thru to mac.  Blue tooth is visible from the Mac but it says something along the lines of not being supported when I try to search the device.

How do I get my photos from my phone to my mac via bluetooth?

Thanks heaps!

Amy

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  # 80196 29-Jul-2007 11:59
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Bluetooth on the W531 is a bit problematic. I would recommend trying the USB cable and putting the device in PC mass storage mode.

Otherwise, you could upload the images to your online gallery, login in from your mac and download them from there. The online gallery can be used free of charge.




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  # 80208 29-Jul-2007 12:57
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do you have the link to the online gallery?

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  # 80209 29-Jul-2007 13:01
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Online gallery can be found here on the Xtra website




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  # 80418 30-Jul-2007 17:11
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Bluetooth is the more likely option to get your photos off, but I don't believe it will work. The phone is USB disk mode is a no go. It works under Windows and Linux, but not under MacOS X - it is as if there is a check to stop it! The word from Samsung is that it will not work with a Mac.

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  # 80461 30-Jul-2007 20:24
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Bluetooth is probably a non option as in all probability - only the headset profile will be supported by the stack.




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