How to Backup Mobile Phone Contacts Via Bluetooth


Bluetooth technology is used to exchange information between various devices like mobile phones and laptops. When two devices that have the Bluetooth capability are within range, information can be transferred. A few of the operating systems that support Bluetooth capability include Mac OS X version 10.2, Windows XP Service Pack 2 and later. Read on to learn how to backup your mobile contacts using Bluetooth.

  • Install the hardware for Bluetooth. If you do not have the latest drivers, download and install them.

  • Insert the software CD that was provided with your mobile phone and download the software. If you do not have this software, you can download it from the manufacturer's website.

  • Turn on Bluetooth on your cell phone. Ensure that it is visible to your accompanying devices. Also make sure that Bluetooth is enabled in both your system and mobile phone.

  • Click on your "Start" button and then your "Control Panel." Double-click on "Bluetooth Devices." Click on "Add Device." Once it is done searching, pick your mobile phone from the list.

  • Choose any of the options on the list if you are prompted to enter a passcode. You may also proceed without using a passcode.

  • Enter your selected passcode if you chose one, ensuring that it is the same one on your phone. Your mobile phone and computer can now communicate with each other.

  • Run the software that came with your mobile phone. You will get options to "Backup" or "Sync" your phone depending on the software and the make and model of mobile phone.

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