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  1. 350X

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    Browse SD card and push files via bluetooth?
     

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    There is an app called astro that will let you
     
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    350X, let use know how that works out. I'm interested myself
     
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    I guess I asked to soon, forgot about a program I got with a $5 bluetooth adapter BlueSoleil 2.1.2.1 but the adapter never worked, I got some 10cent each mini from china ones I use.

    well its had a file transfer thingy built right in.

    Looked hard to find the link to download, I know it was mailed to me when I bought the bluetooth adapter.
     
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    getting an average of 160-200 bytes a sec up and download with the phone right on top of the adapter ;)

    but its in my 4 port hub adapter dongle, that is plugged into a 2.0 port but I don't think it runs full speed, my external hd runs faster directly plug into 2.0 port rather then into the adapter.
     
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    I send files via blue tooth all the time using es file explorer. I don't have Bluetooth on my pc and when I formatted my laptop I couldn't find the drivers but I have sent to phones, kiosks, other optimus v, but with pc I prefer WiFi file explorer I got from Amazon when it was free. You turn it on, go to the address it gives you in your browser and you can explore the whole thing. And es has a very easy WiFi explorer built in where you just scan and if your computer is set to allow changes you can push files that way too.
     
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    no luck uploading a file to the forum with astro, I am able to select the file but I hit upload and the forum say to chose a file. so dunno whos at fault there.
     
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    Another reason ES File Explorer is my current favorite.
     
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    Have you tried Dropbox, or would this not work for what you need?
     
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    Testing es file exp
     

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    ES File Explorer is the one to use!
     
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    It does archives as well
     
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    Bluetooth shares, lan shares, archives, root exploring, built in image viewer, task manager, and cache cleaner. Is it any wonder it's one of my favorite apps? I think not. :D
     
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