1. AC Question's Avatar
    i want to pair, via Bluetooth v4.0, my LG G3 with my iPad Air2 to get my pictures/videos to family/friends via the Internet without having to pay Verizon for higher data use. If I want to send pictures, using my G3, the phone shifts the file to MMS which can only be sent via the Verizon data network (and not WiFi) which eats up the data available on my Verizon data plan. This will force me to pay more money for overages or pay for a larger data plan. By connecting with my iPad, I can send my pictures via my home WiFi and avoid all of the extra charges. When I try to pair the G3 with the iPad Air 2, they both recognize each other but will not connect, or stay connected with each other. Both use version 4.0. Even though both use different operating systems, shouldn't I still just be able to exchange a file? I don't even need to open it, just to relay the unopened, unexecutable file. How can I do this? Thank you.
    05-10-2015 08:40 AM
  2. jeffmd's Avatar
    I think you are going about it wrong. You don't want to use MMS, that is fine. There are several ways (on android) of sending it over wifi, either to file shares or email or drop boxes or half a dozen picture share services. iOS you use something like this app, https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/phot...mt=8&at=10l3Vy
    05-10-2015 09:12 AM

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