How to Send Apps Via Bluetooth

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Bluetooth is a wireless technology that allows you to transmit files and data between two devices within transmission distance of each other. To send apps via Bluetooth, make sure the devices are at least within 30 feet of each other. Devices that use Bluetooth technology include mobile phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), computers and video game consoles.


Step 1

Access your phone's main menu. Press the "Home" or "Menu" button, depending on the phone you may have.

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Step 2

Navigate to "Settings." Choose the "Bluetooth" menu and enable it.


Step 3

Enter a pass code to use the Bluetooth setting. The default code for Bluetooth devices is "0000." Press the "OK" button.

Step 4

Enable the Bluetooth setting on your other electronic device. If you have Bluetooth on a laptop, it is already on.



Step 5

Enter the pass code on your other device. This allows you to connect the two Bluetooth devices together.

Step 6

Choose the app from the list of files to send via Bluetooth. Press the right soft key and select the "Send Via Bluetooth" option.

Step 7

Click the "OK" button to send the application via Bluetooth.

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