Bluetooth transfer

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by Eymas, Jul 25, 2009.

Jul 25, 2009

Bluetooth transfer by Eymas at 4:59 PM (1,698 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. Eymas
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    I know already that the wii + wiimote uses Bluetooth, so i wanna ask a few things involving the bluetooth.

    1: Can you transfer pictures from Phone to Wii?
    2: Can you transfer pictures from Wii to Phone?
    3: Can you use your Phone as wiimote? (walkman phones with shake control)
    4: Can you send messages to wii and backwards?
    5: Can you connect your Wii to the Computer to use wired internet connection from the computer for wifi games?

    All with Bluetooth connection.
     
  2. Blue-K

    Member Blue-K No right of appeal.

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    Nintendo isn't Sony or Microsoft...-.-
     
  3. Teh H4rRy

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    No, No, No, No and No

    Theres no bluetooth transfer on the Wii apart from the Remote to the Wii with Mii transfer. You can connect the Wiimote to the PC and use it as a Bluetooth HID device. You can send messages to Wii to Wii through the Wifi connection.
     
  4. kobykaan

    Member kobykaan GBAtemp Addict

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    I can .................... oh Wait I have a PS3 [​IMG]

    as above no you can however connect a bluetooth keyboard and you can use FTP for file transfers but whats the point the Wii has limited storage so just an SD card to view pictures on the Wii for the rest of the stuff you can pretty much forget it!

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    you can buy a LAN to USB adapter for the wii to give it wired access to the net if you do not have Wifi at your home for your net access or a wifi adapter or dongle/router etc

    [​IMG]
     

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