1. msmigiel's Avatar
    Hello all,

    I have a Samsung Galaxy S5 phone with Verizon as my carrier. I have an IBM Lenovo W510 with Bluetooth running Windows 7. I'm able to pair them both via Bluetooth and I was able to send a file to the phone from the computer - but I don't see a way to browse the phone's file structure in Windows Explorer like I can when I connect it via the micro USB 3.0 cable.

    Is this possible to do with Bluetooth? I can always use the cable if I have to but it's easier to not have to find the cable and plug it in.
    12-20-2014 06:49 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    1) There's no file structure in Windows Explorer, it just shows the file structure on the hard drive. (You're asking how to drink the water in the glass in a painting.)

    2) I don't know of a Bluetooth browse function. There may be apps that will let you browse the PC from the phone. (MyPhoneExplorer Client will let you browse the phone from the PC, so you can still transfer files either way - just using the PC's keyboard and screen. It connects via wifi, Bluetooth or cable.)
    12-20-2014 03:54 PM

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