Question about Computers & Internet
Activate your phone's Bluetooth. If you're unsure about how to do this, look under Settings or Controls.
Purchase a Bluetooth adapter. If your computer does not have the hardware for a Bluetooth/Infrared this connection, then buy the adapter, sometimes called a 'dongle'. The common BT/I adapter plugs into a USB port. If you're on a budget, look for a used one online - they can be quite inexpensive. This adapter will have software for the connection process, which lets you transfer files from the computer to your phone, or vice versa.
Make sure Bluetooth is turned on on both your computer and your phone.
Make sure you are standing within 30 feet of your computer. Bluetooth does not work more than 30 feet away.
On your phone, find the data you wish to transfer.
Go to the menu, and select Copy or Send.
Choose the Bluetooth option.
Once you confirm that you want to enable Bluetooth, the Bluetooth menu in the phone will pop up automatically.
Select the "Look for Devices" option.
Select your device from the list that appears.
A request will be sent to your device asking for you to accept the sent picture.
Accept the request, and the data will be sent.
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