The scenario is not uncommon where you want to send number of files from mobile phone or other device to Windows machine and suddenly you realize the limitation of Windows machine; ‘Windows machine can receive only one file at a time.’ It is absurd. What if the files to be transferred via Bluetooth is big in number? Definitely it is not wise to repeat the process for each and every file. Continue reading the article to find out the solution of this particular problem.
When you wish to receive a file in Windows machine via Bluetooth, start the ‘Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard’ which gives option for ‘Receive A file’. Yes, one file at a time. Cumbersome!
One way is, install some bluetooth device manager application on Windows machine; browse and copy the files from the target device to Windows machine. One such popular application is Bluesoleil. However, this is not the easiest solution. On top of that either such applications are not free or not reliable.
The easiest solution, according to me, would be archiving (ZIP) multiple files and transfer in one shot. It is just one time effort of installing right app which can archive and send files via Bluetooth. Later, just few clicks and done.
‘Bluetooth File Transfer’ Android App from Medieval is the perfect app to address this problem. There is a J2ME version of this app also which works on all Java enabled Smart Phones. I will show you the screenshots of Android Device.
Select the newly created ZIP and send it via Bluetooth,
This solutions will pay off if the number of files to be transferred is more than five or something. The said App has many other capabilities too. E.g. creating password protected ZIP, to search/sort files or folders. I hope this article would have helped you!