BlueTooth File Manager App?

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  1. Music

    Music Senior Member

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    Hello and greetings from my fellow Vulcans ;)

    Is there a file manager application that is similar in function to Airdroid, but utilizes bluetooth instead? I have used a few WiFi device managers in the past, but the servers usually stop working after a while, probably when the application developer runs out of money to pay for a server. I would prefer to be able to access the device using the standard Windows 10 file explorer and blueTooth.

    A bluetooth file manager would ensure that you always have access to your device, even when the USB wire stops working.
     
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    Dear,
    I'm still not familiar with any app utilizing Bluetooth. But I know a free and wireless transfer app similar to AirDroid. This one on the link AirMore: File Transfer - Android Apps on Google Play. Been using it for months now but still got no problem with the app. ;)
     
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    I used airdroid
     
  4. martin smith

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    Try using "Bluetooth File transfer" app
     

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