Using Bluetooth in Transferring files

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How safe is bluetooth in transferring files since I have always been using it than using flash drives?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #129851

Using Bluetooth in Transferring files

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Hi Silvia P. Hopper,

Well, truly Bluetooth has help us a lot of ways. Not only in wireless transfer of files and information but also in connecting gadgets without any more annoying wires like for example Bluetooth headsets. Anyway, the fact that Bluetooth devices are now commonly used, we can never say it is always safe in using this things. In fact, a lot of issues concerning our health have already arose due to Bluetooth's radiation. Well, our concerns for now is it security when it comes into transferring files. Well, there are always risk in doing these things due to a lot of intruders nowadays.

Well, to be perfectly sure we must also equip your devices with anti-virus in case it can be infected with any virus. Also, be cautious of the files your are going to send and receive always check and scan on it. There will always be risk in everything; we just need to be cautious in everything that we do.

Mathew Joni

Answered By 562925 points N/A #129852

Using Bluetooth in Transferring files

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I also already tried using Bluetooth in transferring some files to other device. It acts as a wireless network on devices where it is available. It’s like connecting your computer or device on a local area network but physically without any connecting cables. The data are passed on to the other device in the form of radio signals. When using Bluetooth when transferring files from one device to another, the speed varies depending on the distance of both devices.

The farther the destination, the lower the speed is. You will get the optimal speed if both computers and or devices are in short distances. Barriers also affect the speed. If there are walls in between the speed is affected. You can only use Bluetooth as your wireless network on an average size rooms. You will get a very slow upload or download speed if either the source or target computer is placed very far.

Answered By 20 points N/A #129853

Using Bluetooth in Transferring files

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Hi companions, I admired you, for your appropriate remedy. All of your solution helped me to enrich my knowledge, so abbreviated I will say “Excellent” friends. By searching your comments, I am afforded to acquaint me with much information about my desired question. Mathew Joni and Sharath both of your comments I have read attentively, also learned the meaning of Bluetooth and it acts as a wireless network on devices where it is available. It’s like connecting your computer or device on a local area network but physically without any connecting cables. I’d learned many processes about using Bluetooth in transferring files safely. So in the last of all, I have confirmed that if I follow these tips, in future I will not face any problem about that. Well done companions.

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