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    Default How To Find Received Bluetooth Files On My Thunderbolt ??

    I'm new to Android phones and just got a Thunderbolt. I received a file via Bluetooth, and can't find it on my phone !! Where did it go ??
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    Default Re: How To Find Received Bluetooth Files On My Thunderbolt ??

    Welcome! It is likely on the SD Card in this folder: Documents\Bluetooth

    I recommend using a file explorer program like ES files Explorer for file navigation: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...gs.android.pop
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    Default Re: How To Find Received Bluetooth Files On My Thunderbolt ??

    Thanks --- But I can pull it up on my computer, just not on my phone and I need to send it to someones phone !!
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    Default Re: How To Find Received Bluetooth Files On My Thunderbolt ??

    Like the man said above, you need to install an app on your phone to explore files on your SD card. Astro File Manager is another good one.
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    Default Re: How To Find Received Bluetooth Files On My Thunderbolt ??

    With Astro File manager, you can move through the directories like on a computer. Once you find the file, you can long press the icon and options for that file will pop up. One of the options is to send it.
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    Default Re: How To Find Received Bluetooth Files On My Thunderbolt ??

    OK I understand -- but how do I get the app on my phone ?? I searched for it from my phone and it didn't find it
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    Go to the Play app that came preinstalled on your phone located in you main app drawer (aka "the market" ) and search for the file explorer app to download.

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    Default Re: How To Find Received Bluetooth Files On My Thunderbolt ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Forgetful View Post
    Go to the Play app that came preinstalled on your phone located in you main app drawer (aka "the market" ) and search for the file explorer app to download.

    Sent from my ADR6400L using Tapatalk
    This. I guess you haven't figured out how to download and install apps yet. Check out the Play Store, formerly called the Android Market. Tons of free or paid apps in there that do all kinds of stuff.
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    This is a great source to learn about your phone. You can also sign up for a hands on training at your Verizon store. Can sign up online. If you ate a new user to Android definitely sign up

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    Please don't eat the new users.
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