Send file to smartphone using command prompt and bluetooth

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I'm working with Windows 10 and, I'm not sure if this is possible, but I have to send a file to my smartphone. I'm in the command prompt too. From the prompt, can I send this file via bluetooth?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Why you wished to send file(s) through command line while several enhanced methods/GUI tools exist for the same job. And this is so easy rather using command line and to the some extent it is a tedious/time consuming job. However what you wanted it may possible. But command line familiarity is necessary. You can use btobex (a Bluetooth command line tool) that may help to do the job. Here are the details: http://bluetoothinstaller.com/bluetooth-command-line-tools/btobex.html

    It is better to connect the smartphone via data cable to your laptop/ pc and after allow the connection the phone shows as a drive (like c:/ d: or whatever it is) and you can open command line/CMD and navigate to the drive letter or the location of the file and copy the same by copy command to the smartphone by identifying its drive letter. Hope you know the copy command. Also you can use simply copy/paste utility of windows default.

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