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eSpace 8950 and 8950S IP Phone V200R003C30 User Guide

Describes the services supported by the eSpace 8950 IP phones and the implementation of such services.
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Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Nearby Bluetooth devices can easily exchange data or media files by setting up direct wireless connections.

NOTE:
  • Ensure that the device paired with the IP phone for data exchange is trusted. If there are barriers between two Bluetooth devices, the Bluetooth-supported distance may be shortened.
  • Bluetooth devices of different models may not be fully compatible. If two Bluetooth devices cannot set up a wireless connection, try other Bluetooth devices.

Turning Bluetooth On

  1. Tap . On the APPLICATION tab, tap Settings.
  2. In the WIRELESS & NETWORKS area, tap the Bluetooth switch to turn Bluetooth on.

    After Bluetooth is enabled, your IP phone name will be displayed on the Bluetooth screen. You can tap your IP phone name to set whether your IP phone is visible to other Bluetooth-enabled devices.

    NOTE:

    If the Bluetooth configuration item is not displayed, contact your system administrator.

Searching for and Pairing Bluetooth Devices

  1. In the WIRELESS & NETWORKS area, tap Bluetooth.

    The IP phone automatically scans for and lists nearby Bluetooth devices.

  2. In the device list, tap the device you want to pair with your IP phone.

    If you want to rename a Bluetooth device or unpair your IP phone with a Bluetooth device, tap to the right of the device name and then tap Rename or Unpair.

Sending and Receiving Data

Using Bluetooth devices, you can easily share files, such as photos and music files, to your coworkers and friends, without consuming any Internet resources.

The following example describes how to share a photo in Gallery:

  1. Select a photo in Gallery.
  2. Tap the Bluetooth icon in the upper right corner of the screen.
  3. Tap a Bluetooth device in the device list and send the photo to this device.
  4. Have the device accept the Bluetooth connection and receive the photo.

    Files transmitted through Bluetooth are saved in the Bluetooth folder.

    To see details of these files, tap and select Show received files on the Bluetooth settings screen.

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Updated: 2019-06-21

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