Data transferring is always a matter of concern for many of us. With innovation and technology advancement, there are several platforms available for data transfer, but each has its Pros and Cons. Among these available media devices, Bluetooth is among oldest and simpler device to transfer data or to connect an external drive to your Desktop PC.
Bluetooth is a wireless device which allows you to transfer data between your desktop PC and any other media device. But the coverage area of the Bluetooth PC is short. These days most of the PCs and all phones are equipped with Bluetooth capabilities. It is easy to connect, fast, and reliable source of transfer.
If you are searching for a device to connect your phone to your desktop Pc, Bluetooth is the best option. You can easily connect your phone and Bluetooth PC.
Cons Of Using Cable
You can also connect your Smartphone via cable to your desktop PC. While connecting, it seems an easy option, but it is not the best choice. For connecting cables, your PC USB port should be free, but in limit budget PC its comes with 1 or 2 ports only, Chances are there your USP port is not free, and you cant disconnect other devices. Type of USB ports is also an issue like Mac book only have USB C Port. Even some desktop PC has USB free, but you should always ensure cable availability. Chances of virus transfer are more while connecting cable.
There are chances that you may not have a cable with you, or it is busy charging your phone. In public places, you will not be able to use wire cables all the time.
This all makes Bluetooth a fairly easy connecting device. Once you’ve installed and completed the initial setup, it automatically connects. Anyone who has to frequently transfers files should prefer Bluetooth.
How To Connect Your Bluetooth PC And Phone
If you want to connect, your phone and Bluetooth desktop, first you have to enable Bluetooth on both devices.
With your Smartphone, you can easily enable your Bluetooth by clicking on the Bluetooth icon in the Quick Settings menu. In order to open the menu, you have to swipe down from the top screen. Then tap the icon to open Bluetooth or you can also long-press in order to move to Bluetooth settings. The same can be done in the case of IOS, or you can refer to your help guide.
Enable Bluetooth On Windows
These days most modern Desktop PC and laptops are equipped with Bluetooth built-in. If your computer doesn’t have, you can buy an external Bluetooth device for smoother working. For turning your Bluetooth On, visit Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth. Then pair your phone and Bluetooth PC.
After setting up, they are ready to transfer files between each other. Ensure your Smartphone will be in the range of Bluetooth PC or device.