Bluetooth file transfer

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by Jvelo7892, Jun 28, 2011.

  1. Jvelo7892

    Jvelo7892 MDL Junior Member

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    The PC I installed 7989 on is the only one I have that's got Bluetooth.

    Since 7989 has no way to transfer files between a bluetooth device, is there any 3rd party software that can do this? (that's compatible with the build) Trying to get stuff off my phone. Thx.
     
  2. Nawzil

    Nawzil MDL Guru

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    You can use the USB cable that came with your phone to transfer files.
     
  3. _spinner_

    _spinner_ MDL Addicted

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    Dude,

    stop posting continuosly useless advices, we are talking about a bluetooth transfer(which works properly on 7989)
    and u suggest to use a USB cable?
    U are dumb or what?

    Maybe he does not have a usb cable(not all phones have or maybe he lost...) so what kind of suggest or help may be yours?

    Let us know so maybe we can thank you about that??
     
  4. Nawzil

    Nawzil MDL Guru

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    #5 Nawzil, Jun 28, 2011
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    Read what he said: Trying to get stuff off my phone.
     
  5. goscuter1

    goscuter1 MDL Novice

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    Just come to my place, and everything on your phone will be on every single one of my systems - even though all Bluetooth has been fastidiously deactivated. I'm getting hacked by Bluetooth that simply overrides hard / soft deactivation considerations; heck, I'm getting hacked by Bluetooth that doesn't even need Bluetooth hardware to nestle in and settle down with a virtual Bluetooth driver.

    The funny thing is, I've always thought Bluetooth was stupid. Seems so easier to just cable transfer. Also, people who walk around all day on their Bluetooth headsets make me snicker.

    I'm not snickering now. I was for a second, reading your post, hoping against hope for some magical miracle of Windows 8 being Blue-toothless. sigh.

    ps. anyone know how to defend against Bluetooth hacks of this nature? I just get laughed at when I demand bluetooth shields and firewalls (apparently they don't exist....YET.)