How to Use the Bluetooth on a Nokia 2760

by Duncan Jenkins

Bluetooth technology is a way to boost your mobility when talking on the go. It similarly provides a wireless network for transferring files and pictures that you have acquired on a mobile device. Enabling and using this function can be beneficial whether for business or for pleasure.

Select from the menu "Settings" --> "Connectivity" --> "Bluetooth." This will bring you into the Bluetooth menu function, allowing you to configure your Bluetooth technology. In this menu, you'll find an option to turn Bluetooth on or off. Select "on."

Look for devices on the mobile phone that will be compatible with a Bluetooth device. There is a menu option to seek these devices. If a device is listed on the menu, you have the option to pair this device with your mobile phone. To do this you'll need to enter your security password. This is generally created when initially setting up your mobile device.

Check for the visibility option. The phone does have an option to either make your bluetooth device visible or invisible to other Bluetooth and mobile devices. It's your decision to remain private or broadcast your signal.

Use Bluetooth for data transfer. Once connected, you'll be able to transfer calls to your headset, transfer photos from your cell phone to your computer, transfer photos from your computer to your phone, and transfer files back and forth. Ensure your invisibility when transferring sensitive information to avoid hackers and losing information to other Bluetooth users.

About the Author

Based in Eugene, Ore., Duncan Jenkins has been writing finance-related articles since 2008. His specialties include personal finance advice, mortgage/equity loans and credit management. Jenkins obtained his bachelor's degree in English from Clark University.

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