Yesterday, I was sharing files with my friends via Bluetooth. Though the transfer was very slow, we continued it. Surprisingly, a friend of mine came and said, “I want your music folder now”. For a while, I started thinking because my music folder has more than 500 songs and it’s too difficult to send all the songs via Bluetooth as the transfer is┬ávery slow. So I told her that, “Give me your memory card and I will transfer all the songs via PC”.

However the question was still unsolved that, “How to share the whole folder via Bluetooth between Android devices”. For the answer, I started searching Google but I am not able to find any relevant post or guide. At last I came over one application; which allows you to share files and folder via Bluetooth between Android devices easily. Today, in this post I will show you how to share folder via Bluetooth between Android devices. Stay with us and enjoy reading!


How to share Folder/Directory via Bluetooth between Android devices

Step 1: You have to download and install “Software Data Cable” application on your devices among which you want to share.

Download the app from Play store
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Step 2: Open the app on both the devices.

Step 3: On the sender’s phone, click on “Join my friends” > “Create Direct Push Network” > “Enter your specific name” > “OK”. Here I am taking Network name as “John Kennedy”.

Step 4: On the receiver’s phone, click on “Join my friends” > “Join Direct Push Network” > “Enter your specific name” > “OK”. Here I am taking Network name as “Lisa Smith”.

Step 5: Now, it will search for the available direct push Network. After a few seconds, a Network name with “John Smith” (As an example) will be displayed in your list.

Step 6: Click on it and grant permission from both the devices. It will also prompt for remembering the Network, give permission according to your need.

Step 7: That’ it, your devices are connected with one another and now you can share anything from it.

Step 8: To do so, Tap on “Storage” tab > Press and hold any folder to popup sub-menu > From the sub-menu, tap on Direct Push > “Transfer Started”.

Step 9: You will receive files in “Received” tab. Go and check it. That’s done!

Hurrah! Now, we can share a folder via Bluetooth between Android devices easily with the help of “Software Data Cable” application. If you know any other methods for sharing folder via Bluetooth between Android devices, then do share via comments.

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