Procedures for Bluetooth File Transfer Accessibility

It has come to terms that Bluetooth file transfer has been the widely used mode of sharing files from a device to another. Forget Flash share or Xender, Bluetooth is just the nice shot because even though you’re using any kind of Phone be it Android, Java, Blackberry, iPhone, or even computer devices, you can still make use of it. So I’ll like to ask how other devices without Flash Share and Xender support can have access to files on phone devices that support the Flash Share and Xender app. Due to this reason, is still think that Bluetooth file transfer remains the best and most popular on various kinds of devices because it’s inbuilt which doesn’t require an installation process or even a data connection before use.

Bluetooth, as it’s popularly known, is a wireless technology that lets you transfer data or files from one device to the other on short distances. With this wireless network, transfer of files like music, videos, photos, apps, etc is been done more swiftly. Why does it remain the best? Well practically stating, so many might still favour the use of Flash share and Xender to transfer their files, but one thing that still remains the fact is that without the Bluetooth, it will be difficult for you to share these apps (Flash share and Xender) to another device user before use. So that is why I’m still giving Bluetooth a top notch. So, therefore, all you need to know about how to make use of the Bluetooth file transfer has been put in place for you.

How to Use Bluetooth File Transfer

The steps that will help you use your Bluetooth file transfer on your devices have been detailed for you below.

Steps for Phone devices

  1. The first thing you need to do is to locate the file you want to share (be it music, videos, or Photos)
  2. Then tap on the file you want to share.
  3. Once you’ve done that, you’ll see “Share” then tap on it.
  4. You’ll see a variety of sharing options like; Bluetooth, Flash Share, Gmail, Xender, etc. You’ll have to select “Bluetooth.”
  5. Once you’ve clicked on Bluetooth, you’ll be required to turn on your device’s Bluetooth.
  6. Going through that process, you have to make sure that the device you’re sending to has its Bluetooth switched on.
  7. Tap on “Scan for devices” to see the device you’re sending to.
  8. Once you’ve detected the device’s Bluetooth name, tap on it and start your file sharing.

Steps for Computer devices

  1. The first thing to do is to have both devices available and near to each other.
  2. Then move your cursor to the Bluetooth of your PC and click on it.
  3. Once its open, you’ll see “Send files and Receive files” options.
  4. Tap on send files for it to start scanning for other devices.
  5. Once you’ve detected the device you want to send to, tap on the device’s Bluetooth name and start sending your files.

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