On phone turn on Bluetooth and make phone discoverable
Pair phone with computer
Setting Preferences on Mac. To do this go through the Bluetooth Preferences on your Mac. Select the phone and go to the Sharing tab.
Here is where I need help: from Bluetooth preferences to Sharing tab. What OS X are you on? Leopard (10.5.3)? In Bluetooth, there is no Sharing tab. Sharing appears under System Preferences. Is that it? BTW, I'm on Leopard (10.5.3).
Make sure at least all the boxes in the first column are checked under File Transfer, File Exchange, and PDA-Sync (not sure if you need this one). If you want to add extra security you can check the boxes in the second column.
After you have done this you can now browse your phone. From the Menu Bar click on the Bluetooth icon and click on Browse Device. Select your phone which should be labeled SPH-M800 then click Browse and that should be it. You can now transfer files to and from your phone. You can even delete items from your phone.
You see, without using the Sharing tab, I can browse the device and see all the various folders in my SD card. I see the following folder structure in my SD card:
Clicking any of those folders, I can navigate into them. The only exception is the music folder. When I attempt to open it, it crashes. I have about 200 songs in it. I can only access them via a card reader.
I do see some differences from what you said above. The Sharing tab (under System Preferences) on Leopard has Screen Sharing, File Sharing, Printer Sharing but no File Exchange of PDA-Sync. That's why I'm wondering whether you're on a different OS X version. I'd appreciate it if you could elaborate and clarify a bit more.