Transfer files via Bluetooth

How to Transfer files via Bluetooth

 
If you don’t have a data cable or if you are using someone else computer and want to share your data file between two devices like a smartphone and Windows PC then Bluetooth will be a good option to choose.
 
Can you transfer files via Bluetooth, you have to make Bluetooth pair or you have to make connectivity between devices. With help using computer Bluetooth, files can be shared between pc to pc, tablet to pc, etc.
 
After making a Windows Bluetooth connection between smartphone and computer, on the right-hand side click send or receive files via Bluetooth. Now it will show two option Send files and Receive files, select Send files to transfer files via Bluetooth from pc to smartphone, now another window will open in which you can see devices which are connected to the computer, from which you have to select a device in which file will be sent. As shown in below image-
 
Select the device and click Next to continue.
How to transfer file data via Bluetooth between android and windows PC,bluetooth connect
 
 
 
Now Browse the file from your computer which you want to transfer using Bluetooth. You can also send multiples files at a time by pressing Ctrl. Click Next.
Now check your smartphone it will ask you permission for Accepting files.
 
transfer file via bluetooth
 
After accepting your Bluetooth transfer files on the smartphone. That’s simple.

How to transfer files from phone to PC using Bluetooth

To transfer files to PC via Bluetooth make Bluetooth pair between phone and PC, click send or receive files via Bluetooth on the right hand side
 
Select Receive files for accepting files from the smartphone
How to transfer file data via Bluetooth between android and windows PC... make pair, send and receive data between two device like pc to pc, tablet to pc etc
 
Choose any file on a smartphone and share it via Bluetooth. The below image is from a smartphone which is showing how to share it
how do i transfer files via bluetooth
 
 
Make sure Bluetooth should be ON in both the devices and Paired.
 
Points to be remember
 
Your Windows 10 should be updated
Bluetooth driver should be installed and updated
Bluetooth should be ON in both smartphone and PC

One comment

  1. Interesting stuff! I’ll probably share this with some of my friends. Thanks again for posting it.

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