are you talking about this? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2124542
Is it possible to explore the SD card's contents on Android phone from a laptop (and copy-paste files) using Bluetooth connection ?
Years back when I had Sony K800, i switched on BT on phone and laptop, and I could see the K800 on the "My Computer" page.
then i could enter and explore and transfer files directly through the windows explorer.
Currently I have HTC Desire S, running Android 2.3.5 and Laptop CQ-45 (Compaq) running Vista.
But I am not able to explore the phone easily.
To transfer file I have to select each file, then start the BT file transfer wizard on laptop, which could either send or receive ONE file at a time.
if I try to send more than one file (pictures, few MBs), then only one gets sent and I have to restart the BT file wizard again to receive another file on the laptop.
I use this just if I need to transfer a few snaps i might have taken with the phone, for larger files (videos) i use the USB cable.
I installed the BT File Transfer app from the Market, but that also does not help.
Any other ways ?
My wifi is not always on, so i cannot use Airdroid or some such way.
Options are BT or USB.
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