Acer Bluetooth 1.2 USB Dongle User's Manual
The Bluetooth File Transfer application allows this computer to perform file operations on
the Bluetooth Exchange Folder (and the folders and files it contains) of a remote device.
Copy to/from a remote device
In the Folders pane of Windows Explorer, from the Entire Bluetooth Neighborhood branch,
select a device and expand that branch to view the Bluetooth Exchange Folder of the
NOTE: If "Public Folder" is not available, the remote device is not configured to allow
remote file operations.
Use drag-and-drop to copy any file or folder contained in the Public Folder of the remote
device to the desired folder on this computer.
You can also drag-and-drop files or folders from this computer to the Public Folder (and its
sub-folders) of the remote device.
Other file operations
Right-click a file or folder in the remote device's Public Folder for a context sensitive
menu. All potential menu options may not be available at all times.
Potential menu options include:
Open—opens the selected file on this computer, using the default application for
this type of file.
Print—sends the selected file to this computer's default printer.
3 ½ floppy (A)—the 3 ½ inch floppy drive on this computer
Bluetooth Exchange Folder—the Bluetooth Exchange Folder on this computer.
Rename—applies only to empty folders; file names and the names of folders that
contain objects cannot be changed using this technique.
Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, Refresh, View & New—standard Windows functions.
The Bluetooth Configuration Panel > Client Applications > File Transfer > General tab
provides options to configure:
The application name—to change it, highlight the existing name and enter the new
Enable or disable secure connection. To enable secure connection, place a
checkmark in the box.