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HTC One X Bluetooth and NFC settings
  

Bluetooth basics

Activation and deactivation of the Bluetooth function

For doing this you will have to open the notification panel and after opening to you will have to click on the gear icon. One you click the gear icon you will have to click on Bluetooth On/Off to switch it on or off.
Note: Turn off the Bluetooth function if you do not need to conserve battery power, or if you are in one place, is not on the use of wireless equipment allows, such as on board an aircraft or in a hospital.

How to change the device name

The device name HTC One X makes visible to other devices. For doing this you will have to open the notification panel and after opening to you will have to click on the gear icon. If the Bluetooth is off then you will have to click on Bluetooth On/Off to switch it on or off. Now just click on Bluetooth button and the Bluetooth window would be opened up. Now you will have to click on the three vertical lines icon and after clicking that you will have to click on Rename phone. Now here you will have to insert the new name for your HTC On X in your dialog box after doing this you will have to click on Rename.

How to connect a Bluetooth headset or car kit

You can listen to a Bluetooth stereo headset or telephone hands-free music just via a compatible Bluetooth headset or car kit.
Important: If you have to listen any kind of music through headset or car kit, you will have to note that the devices support the A2DP Bluetooth profile. And before you connect the headset, you must make ready for transmission to the HTC One X can recognize it. And for more details, you will have to read the manual of the headset.
For doing this you will have to open the notification panel and after opening to you will have to click on the gear icon. If the Bluetooth is off then you will have to click on Bluetooth On/Off to switch it on or off. Now just click on Bluetooth button and the Bluetooth window would be opened up. Now if you are not able to see the headset icon you will have to click on the three vertical lines icon and after clicking that you will have to click on Search for devices to refresh the list. Now after doing this you will see the name of your device in the Available devices section just click on that name your phone will automatically pair with the system. And if it doesnít automatically pairs then you will have to insert the password. The connection status and pairing is displayed underneath the name of hands-free headset or car kit in the Bluetooth devices. When you phone is connected with the car kit or Bluetooth handset the Bluetooth icon will be displayed in the status bar of your phone.

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How to reconnect a headset or car kit

Normally, you can restore the headset connection simply by activating Bluetooth on the HTC One X and then turn the headset. If you have used it but with another Bluetooth device, you must reconnect to the headset manually.
Important: Make sure the headset is discoverable. And also for more details, you will have to read the manual of the headset.
For doing this you will have to open the notification panel and after opening to you will have to click on the gear icon. If the Bluetooth is off then you will have to click on Bluetooth On/Off to switch it on or off. Now just click on Bluetooth button and the Bluetooth window would be opened up. Now click on the headsetís name in the Paired devices section. If you are encouraged for a password, try 0000 or 1234 or look in the manual of the headset / car kit for the password as there it would be mentioned the common password which they have used.

How to Disconnect or unpair from a Bluetooth device

Disconnect a Bluetooth device

For doing this you will have to open the notification panel and after opening to you will have to click on the gear icon. Now just click on Bluetooth button and the Bluetooth window would be opened up. Now in paired devices section, you will have to click on the name of the device to disconnect it. After doing this just click on Ok.
Note: If you want to reconnect it you will have to click on the device name.

Unpair from a Bluetooth device

For doing this you will have to open the notification panel and after opening to you will have to click on the gear icon. If the Bluetooth is off then you will have to click on Bluetooth On/Off to switch it on or off. Now just click on Bluetooth button and the Bluetooth window would be opened up. Now in the paired device section you will have to click on the three lines with dots in between next to the device to unpair. Now you just have to click on the unpair option.
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Sending data with Bluetooth

Important: Before you begin, make the receiving equipment identified or ready for transmission. You need to "receive broadcasts" may appear on or "receive files" setting. In the manual of the device for information on receiving data transmitted via Bluetooth.
Now you will have to open the application which contains all the information or any file which you would like to send on your phone. Just see what all steps you will have to follow to send different items from your phone.
For Contact: Click on the Contacts application on a contact to display details about that contact. After doing that you will have to click on the three vertical lines icon and then click on Send contact. Now after doing that you will have to click on the down arrow icon, and choose Bluetooth.
Calendar appointment or event: Press in the day view, week view or Agenda view, or a little longer for an appointment and then click on Share option and in there you will have to choose Bluetooth.
Photos or videos: Go to the gallery of your phone and select any album which you would like to share with anyone now just click on Share option it will ask you some options select Bluetooth over there.
Captured photo or video: When you have finished the recording in the preview window on camera and then you will have to click the two arrows which show V like icon and then click on Bluetooth. (Note that you must specify duration in view of the camera settings.)
Music track: If the song is displayed in the music application in the Now Playing screen, you will have to click the circle with three dots in the between then click on Send then on File and finally on Bluetooth.
Voice recording: On the Main window of the voice recorder you will have to click on the two arrows which show V like icon and then click on Bluetooth.
Browser: Click on a Web page you want to send, after doing this you will have to click on the three vertical lines icon and over there you will have to click on the share option and then click on Bluetooth. Click on a web page in read mode then click on the two arrows which show V like icon and then click on Bluetooth. Turn on Bluetooth and run by the pairing with the received device when prompted. Suppose, on the receiving device the file.
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Where sent information is saved

If you send data using Bluetooth, the location depends on the type of data and the receiving device. If you send a calendar event or contact, these elements are usually added directly to the corresponding application on the receiving device. If you send a different type of file to a Windows computer, the file is usually in the Bluetooth Exchange Folder under the folders containing personal documents.
  • In Windows XP, the path may be: C: \ Documents and Settings \ [your username] \ My Documents \ Bluetooth Exchange
  • In Windows Vista, the path may be: C: \ Users \ [your username] \ Documents
  • In Windows 7, the path may be: C: \ Users \ [your username] \ Documents \ Bluetooth Exchange Folder
If you send a file to another device, the location can depend on the file type. For example if you send an image file to another phone, the file will be stored in a folder named "images".

Receiving information using Bluetooth

With the HTC one X, you can receive a variety of files over Bluetooth, counting photos, music, contacts, calendar appointments, and documents such as PDFs.
Important: Refer to the device you will find information about how to send data via Bluetooth.
For doing this you will have to open the notification panel and after opening to you will have to click on the gear icon. If the Bluetooth is off then you will have to click on Bluetooth On/Off to switch it on or off. Now just click on Bluetooth button and the Bluetooth window would be opened up. Click the Bluetooth HTC One X name at the top of the window to make the HTC One X for Bluetooth devices nearby visible. Send in the sending unit or more files to the HTC One X from. When prompted, accept the pairing request on the HTC one X and the receiving device. You may also be encouraged to insert the same password or confirm the automatically produce password on both devices. Will be followed by a request for authorization Bluetooth displayed. Now click on pair option. If the HTC one X receives a notification for a file transfer request, go to the notification area further down, click on the alert for the incoming file, and then just click on Accept. When a file is transferred, a notification is displayed. Push the alert box down and tap the consequent notification. What happens after you open a received file depends on the type of file: Media files and documents are typically opened directly in a compatible application. For example, if you open a song, it will automatically start playing in the music application. Select a vCalendar file for the calendar in which you would like to save any kind of event, and then click on Import. The vCalendar is added to your calendar appointments. If you receive a vCard contact files, you can import one, several or all contacts in the contact list.
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Sharing content with Android Beam

With the built-in NFC (near field communication) of the HTC One X, you can directly share content with other mobile device. Send a displayed Web page, contact information and more simply by holding the HTC one X and one unit with the backs together.

How to Turn NFC and Android Beam on

For doing this you will have to open the notification panel and after opening to you will have to click on the gear icon. Now you will have to go to Wireless & Networks option and then you will have to click on More option. Choose the NFC option and then click on Android Beam. Click on the Android Beam On/Off switch.

Beaming content

Important: You just have to make sure that both devices are not locked and NFC and Android beam is turned on. Keep in displaying the content you want to share you, the HTC one X and one unit with the backs together. When connecting to the device, you will hear a tone and vibrate both devices easy. After doing this you will have to click on the screen. The shared content is displayed on the other screen.
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