Welcome guys, I have found the solution. Sorry I posted this and didn't check back right away. The process is easy and it's worth trying. . I will assume you have already done so. That's usually 120 seconds or 2 minutes.
The first trick is to make a new folder and put a period in front of its name. But keep in mind that some only work when both devices have the same app, and some may also need a wireless network or data connection. The best approach will be to encrypt those files with a password. You should see it come back in the results as a Trusted Windows Store app. It will scan for Bluetooth devices.
That will also prevent losing connection via ftp link. I am not going to drop security on Windows though. Once you have set it up it's pretty easy to use My Phone Explorer. It allowed me to browse its contents and transfer files over Bluetooth to and from this device. First of all, turn on Bluetooth on both Android mobile phones. If you need more information please add a comment.
But if you are using Bluetooth for this purpose, you should have irritated by the speed of transfer. You have to use the Bluetooth icon in the system tray and select Receive File for the transfer to happen, as you described in your post above. This is a remake of our very own video to show how to transfer apps from one Android device to another using Bluetooth. Wi-Fi Direct: Transferring files over is a very similar process to that of files over Bluetooth. Before you begin, and make sure you are connected to Wi-Fi. Or just use OneDrive or another cloud service. Then it will show you your username.
First go to the location where you want to rename files or folders, and then tap and press until you see a checkmark on the file or folder. It then suggests that I open up that folder, select all the files in it and then send them to the device that way. Using Solid Explorer method I mentioned, you can copy and paste to pc or to phone. You use it in a similar way to Windows Explorer. I then incorporate them into presentations.
I end up with a white rectangle with nothing it and never get to log in or add my dropbox. The one you shared Android apps with, can touch the Accept button to allow the Bluetooth connection and approve the app transfer from one Android phone to another. Server: Put the address that you got from the Remote Login settings. This brings up a dialog called Bluetooth Radio Properties. Thanks Larry LarryL, Hi Larry, Click on the Start button and type in Windows Feedback to search.
You can change this in the settings, like when or what to sync, etc. Please submit your feedback through the Windows Feedback app and that will enable the team to more easily prioritize and make sure that we are working on the right features first. Then from the sending device, you can right-click the Bluetooth icon and select Send a file, and follow the instructions on the screen. This should get you where you need to go for your feedback on Bluetooth. They all used to work great, but not anymore.
I think that would help many who want to try this, but may not be able to understand. To make this setup work, connect the two Android devices to the same Wi-Fi network. It also features shortcuts for quick access to bookmarks, tools, and network related tools. Install You can find it on Google play store. I will respond as quickly as I can. Then touch the three dots button at the top right corner to expand the menu with more options. Take Control of Your Files and Folders on Android If you have lots of files on your device then keeping a track on what is useful becomes quite tough.
Please note that the trick only works for free app. You can change the port manually to any number from 1025 to 65534, if you desire. I found having the Bluetooth device in File Explorer very useful. Green means you have backed up the version you have installed. Bluetooth authorization request Samsung Galaxy phone is requesting permission to connect to your device to transfer files. The Bluetooth upload method is just too cumbersome.