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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by extremejoe, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. extremejoe

    extremejoe Well-Known Member
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    hey

    is it possible to send apps via bluetooth to another htc handset?

    i have a desire and want to send some apps to my dad's wildfire

    possible?


    also as a side note - he's unable to find some apps on the marketplace

    flood it for example - doesn't appear on his wildfire YET it does on mine


    does the marketplace block certain apps depending on what phone your using?
     

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    Yes - download astro file manager and the bluetooth module. Use astro to back-up your app then send the back-up (there might be a better way but this works for me).

    Not block, but apps have to be authorised for a given device. You sometimes find there is a slight lag from a new device appearing to all apps being avialable for it.
     
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    You can use AndroAppLink. It's an app transfer manager to copy your android apps to other android devices, or even store it in your PC using Bluetooth technology.

    ishtiaquekhan.wordpress.com/developments/androapplink/
    or
    sourceforge.net/projects/androapplink/
     
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