Copying files with Bluetooth File Exchange


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Copying files with Bluetooth File Exchange

You know that you can move data across a network via a Mac's 802.11 wireless connection and of course over a wired ethernet connection but most Macs offer yet one more way to move data over the air and not just Macs but other compatible devices. Of course I am talking about Bluetooth, the short range, not terribly fast wireless transfer protocol. One of the major means for moving data over Bluetooth is the aptly named Bluetooth File Exchange, which you find in the Utilities folder. It's pretty darn easy to use.

First make sure that Bluetooth is enabled on your Mac, launch Bluetooth File Exchange and you will be prompted for the File you would like to copy through a Bluetooth device such as a PDA phone or other Mac. Choose that file and in the Send File dialog box that appears, select a Bluetooth device and click Send. So we are going to send this little file here called proteus. Here's my phone, click Send. We connect to the device and sure enough it transfers over to the phone when it...

Copying files with Bluetooth File Exchange
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Copying files with Bluetooth File Exchange provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Beyond the Basics

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