How to Transfer Files via Bluetooth in Windows 10



In this tutorial, I you will learn How to Transfer Files via Bluetooth in Windows 10. You can send and receive files from your smartphone to your computer and vice versa using the USB cable. However, you can wirelessly transfer files between two devices if your devices are equipped with Bluetooth technology.

Transferring files between devices wirelessly is much faster and easier. First, you need to activate Bluetooth on both devices; next you need to pair the two devices; and then you’re ready to transfer files.

In this example, I’m using an Android smartphone and a Windows 10 laptop. However, you can use the same process to transfer files between smartphones or between computers and tablets.

– Windows 10 Review & Tutorials:

– How to Check if Your Computer has Bluetooth:

– Buy USB Bluetooth Dongle at Amazon (ASUS):
– Buy USB Bluetooth Dongle at Amazon (Plugable):

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44 thoughts on “How to Transfer Files via Bluetooth in Windows 10

  1. uploading photos was a LOT easier in Win7. I used to be able to select a bunch of files in my Galery on my phone, and click Share, select the computer, and up they all went, to my default "DocumentsMy Received Files". Now with Win10 I have to upload 1 photo at a time. (also to note, in your instructions you say to select the files and share, THEN on the PC click bluetooth, receive file. .. That does not work on my Win10. If I do that, my phone times out before I can enable the receive). I have to set the laptop ready to receive files, then send them from the phone. Windows 10 SUCKS !!!!

  2. thank you very much for your tutorial
    well i want your help if possible i have an excel file i want to use it in 2 computers.
    as if i add a row in the commuter no 1 and my wife added a row in the other computer when i connect the 2 commuters the date will be updated in both without losing the data from either one thank you in anticipation

  3. HI

    I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A MODEL GIGABYTE CARD

    GC-WB867D-I BUT THIS IS NOT ALLOWING THE TRANSFER OF FILES BETWEEN THE CELL (IPNONE AND THE COMPUTER OH REVERSE). I USE MOTHERBOARD

    GIGABYTE

    GA-Z270-HDP3.

    I DO ALL THE TEXT POSSIBLE BUT I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO TRANSFER FILE.

    IT WILL BE THAT THE CARD IS NOT GOOD.

    USE WIN 10 PRO 64BIT.

  4. Hey brother, thank you so much for the complete and easy tu understand video. Before I always had to message, text of email my files. Now I can bluetooth them. Great video man. Thanks again

  5. I didn't get the notification in my phone. and it is showing.. http://prntscr.com/q3dky5 . Please help me . I am waiting. TIA

  6. I needed to get an image from my phone to my PC, but I was trying not to violate the "don't connect your devices" policy. I had the pairing part done, but couldn't figure out the rest. Thank you!

  7. Great job in explaining everything …..3.5 years later and still spot on. I wish some people would remove their outdated 10 year old videos that's just a waste of space.

  8. I had done but it show receiving but it can't even receive 1% of data.and asked me check the system administrator setting to transfer files…

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