03-01-2009 12:16 AM
Yes, it does. BT on a computer can be used for a number of things. Some examples are:
03-01-2009 05:18 PM
03-02-2009 08:53 AM
one more question. if a person were to use BT on a phone and did not have wireless network on there phont, then would they have to pay?
Depends on what you want to do.
If you just want to transfer files from phone to PC, no you don't have to pay.
If you want to use the phone to provide network access to the PC (such as when there is no wifi nearby), then you will require a data plan (specifically, a "tethering" plan) for the cell phone. Not all cell phones support this, what cell phone do you have?
03-04-2009 01:50 PM
According to http://www.mobiledia.com/phones/samsung/sph-m320.h
Bluetooth Headphone and Headset profiles (HSP and HFP in the description)
Bluetooth Object (file) Exchange (OBEX), although claims some sort of "vCard" limitation - it may onyl be able to transfer contacts to a PC. Not sure.
OPP - not sure which Bluetooth profile it is or what it does
DUN - Bluetooth Dial-Up Networking, which allows the phone to be used as a modem. (Of course, this description COULD be wrong, but there is a chance you could, with the right data plan from Sprint, use the phone as a high speed wireless modem for your PC.)