Sharing files can be a pain in your back, especially if the files are too large. Xender solves that problem with its fast transfers. However, how do you get the app itself? While there are a few ways you can get it, including a QR code, Wi-Fi hotspot, WhatsApp, and the good old message, you might prefer Bluetooth.
How to send Xender through Bluetooth
We have one of the most straightforward ways of sharing the sharing app with other Android devices in this article. Follow the steps below, and you’ll get it in no time.
Step 1: Open Xender and go to user settings
From your home screen or whatever folder you have Xender in, tap to open the application. Click the user icon and tap the “More” button. Under the list, you should see several options.
Step 2: Select “Share Xender to other phones”
Find the “Share Xender to other phones” and click it. The screen you’ll see should contain a few options, including “Hot Spot” and “Bluetooth.”
Step 3: Tap “Bluetooth”
Once you click the “Bluetooth” button, the app will prompt you to select the receiving device from the list. If the Bluetooth isn’t working, you’ll need to turn it on and proceed like you would during the usual pairing.
Receive and roll with the Xender app!
During this process, the sender’s phone is as important as the settings on the receiver’s. Check the paired Android device and turn on the Bluetooth if it’s off. This will ensure that it’s visible to everyone nearby. Once the file is received, your friend will be able to download the app, install it and share apps and send files further.