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Does Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 support Bluetooth file transfer?


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Posted by mq_blaugrana
Does the phone support file transfer through bluetooth , or not because of Android 1.6?
[ This Message was edited by: tranced on 2009-11-18 15:28 ]



Posted by Arne Anka
It appears BT file transfer is a feature added to Android 2.0 and hence not available on Android 1.6.

Posted by volume100
It will probably be available trough hacking even on Android 1.6.

That's just my assumption.

Posted by dothan
If there is a way to root X10 1.6 ROM, maybe...

Posted by Nitro Fan
If this thing does not have Bluetooth then I wont be buying it, who do Google they think they are Apple!

Posted by SE-Naz
I saw a youtube video... can't remember which 1 and they were demonstrating the x10 being able to send a file via bluetooth...

Cheers
ENJOY

Posted by tranced
It will have Eclair so it means it will support it:


On 2009-11-18 13:33:36, chenmartin wrote:
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 gets Android Eclair ( 2.0 ) and support 16 M colour

http://translate.google.com/t[....]d%2529%26utm_content%3DTwitter


Posted by Nitro Fan
Hmm I am not sure about the validity of some of this, there seems to be a view that Motorola have a deal with Google to the effect that, Motorola get Android 2 exclusively for their droid device for an unspecified period so how can hope to get this thing out in Q1 2010 (Not that they have ever hit a launch date yet!) and I am sure I read that only Android 2 handles BT File Transfer and Phone to Phone BT? Otherwise this thing looks very good not sure why did not build in a radio though perhaps the thought of no "over priced Duo Pro" sales was too much to bear, and they had to grab some cash back in the shape of the pony add on radio headset.

Posted by kingcool88

On 2009-11-18 16:30:42, SE-Naz wrote:
I saw a youtube video... can't remember which 1 and they were demonstrating the x10 being able to send a file via bluetooth...

Cheers
ENJOY


This video maybe?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?[....]-JUW1Q&feature=player_embedded
There you can see at 6:39- that you can transfer the song hes playing with bluetooth!:D

Posted by SE-Naz
That the one...


On 2009-11-18 17:13:45, kingcool88 wrote:

On 2009-11-18 16:30:42, SE-Naz wrote:
I saw a youtube video... can't remember which 1 and they were demonstrating the x10 being able to send a file via bluetooth...

Cheers
ENJOY


This video maybe?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?[....]-JUW1Q&feature=player_embedded
There you can see at 6:39- that you can transfer the song hes playing with bluetooth!:D


Posted by mediar
And the answer is - yes. It's officialy, because of the 2.0 upgrade.

Posted by fbloise


Posted by Nitro Fan
Thanks guys, if it comes with V2 its back on my list but if it will upgrade only I will wait.

Posted by laffen
The X10 will have support for Bluetooth file transfer. Android 1.6 does not support this, so this particular feature will be developed and implemented by Sony Ericsson.

Posted by Domecot

On 2009-11-24 16:20:21, laffen wrote:
The X10 will have support for Bluetooth file transfer. Android 1.6 does not support this, so this particular feature will be developed and implemented by Sony Ericsson.

I am afraid that this means the X10 WON'T be shipped with Eclair. Anyone shares my opinion?

Posted by juris15
Regarding BT file transfer I dont really know the details around android versions and support for it, Ive heard the same as you though.
However my X10 here can sure send e.g. photos over bluetooth, just tried it to my PC here minutes ago. So I guess weve added it on top of Android if Android 1.6 dont support it.


http://blogs.sonyericsson.com[....]/comment-page-1/#comment-12434

The X10 white paper states this:
BluetoothTM profiles supported:
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile,
Audio/Video Remote Control Profile,
Generic Access Profile,
Generic Object Exchange Profile,
Handsfree Profile,
Headset Profile,
Object Push Profile


http://blogs.sonyericsson.com[....]/comment-page-1/#comment-12525
[ This Message was edited by: juris15 on 2009-11-25 19:30 ]


Posted by dothan

On 2009-11-24 20:02:08, Domecot wrote:

On 2009-11-24 16:20:21, laffen wrote:
The X10 will have support for Bluetooth file transfer. Android 1.6 does not support this, so this particular feature will be developed and implemented by Sony Ericsson.

I am afraid that this means the X10 WON'T be shipped with Eclair. Anyone shares my opinion?


yes, the phone will be shipped with 1.6 and will get 2.0 as update.

Posted by Nitro Fan

On 2009-11-24 16:20:21, laffen wrote:
The X10 will have support for Bluetooth file transfer. Android 1.6 does not support this, so this particular feature will be developed and implemented by Sony Ericsson.


I think I am going to pass on the X10 until it is supplied with Android 2.
It is sad but I no longer have any faith in and their ability to develop SW, I am not an hater or a flamer as some suggest. But a once satisfied customer who has owned a T681 a T610 all the P series and all the Symbian W series.

My point is I am simply no longer prepared to keep playing with my phones until I get it right! Sony Ericsson need to wake up to the fact that iPhone customers do not have to go through this nonsense when they buy their phones (And I was one of the biggest critics of Apple on the planet!)

The smart phone market has matured and the game has moved on, so Sony Ericsson YOU need to start listening to your customers and start getting your products right first time, or simply you will not be around to make too many more mistakes
[ This Message was edited by: Nitro Fan on 2009-11-30 12:39 ]


Posted by DrewVL
Geez ppl.. how hard is it just update it? X10 looks very promising product and i agreed SE is loosing its grip but im satisfy with my Satio my second handset from SE despite the fact many having problems with Satio but honest i dont havent any problems (yet) .. i can swear this over my .. hmm Viao laptop haha

Cheers,

Posted by Arne Anka

On 2009-11-30 13:14:51, Nitro Fan wrote:
... iPhone customers do not have to go through this nonsense when they buy their phones (And I was one of the biggest critics of Apple on the planet!)


Please, IPhone isn't exactly the best example of "do not have to go through this nonsense" stuff. How long did it take to release simple features such as MMS and cut&paste ? And how about BT ? Does it support any other profiles than headset yet ?

Just face it, as long as you don't make your own phone, you will always have to put up with whatever crap the manufacturers are stuffing up your nose. Sad, but true if you ask me.
[ This Message was edited by: Arne Anka on 2010-03-13 01:57 ]


Posted by strizlow800

On 2009-11-24 16:20:21, laffen wrote:
The X10 will have support for Bluetooth file transfer. Android 1.6 does not support this, so this particular feature will be developed and implemented by Sony Ericsson.


But after all it couldn't be implemented... You know they know to make a suprise when you expect it at least... I am a fan you all know that, but I just don't think that they will implement such feature. In the last period they have screwed so many "would be good" phones just for little software issues they didn't wanted to fix because they needed money earlier.

P.S. I sounded like I hate but it's the opposite. I love them... Anyway, let's hope they don't screw this one too...

Posted by vegetaleb
X10 preview pics showed an icon of a BT app that can transfer files(it's a free app on the Market anyway)
OS 2.1 update WILL give full BT to the X10 without passing by a third party app

Posted by D.Dark
I saw that icon too but I'm not entirely sure if it does what you said
[ This Message was edited by: D.Dark on 2010-03-18 02:12 ]


Posted by bimmerboi
I can confirm that the X10 supports bluetooth transfer out of the box. It does not matter that the OS is 1.6, BT file transfer is enabled by Sony Ericsson and not the OS. And yes, I know that 1.6 does not support BT file transfer.

Posted by mattiL
Does anyone believe SE will deliver Android v2.0 to X10?
And what about v2.1?

Used to own P990i and X1..

Posted by rickster2kuk
I can confirm Bluetooth file transfer is supported. I used it this morning to transfer some photos from my X10 to my Mac. So there you go.


Posted by lakshmipriya

On 2010-04-02 17:12:53, rickster2kuk wrote:
I can confirm Bluetooth file transfer is supported. I used it this morning to transfer some photos from my X10 to my Mac. So there you go.


Can you please let me know how to add the bluetooth devices in Xperia X10... since Whenever I add the status showing as Paired but not connected. Awaiting for your reply! Thanks

Posted by Arne Anka
You can use an app like Bluetooth File Transfer (found n Market) for your file transfer need. It may also happen your PC may require an updated BT driver (mine did).

Posted by Tsepz_GP
The big X10 has Bluetooth file transfer straight out the box.


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