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 » Phones And Tablets ( Apss, News, Updates,Downloads) » Android Phones And Tablets » 

HOW TO TRICK YOUR BLUETOOTH TO ACCEPT ALL FILE TYPES

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Hi guys,
Normally Sharing a JPG or MP3 file between two Android devices over
Bluetooth will normally work just fine, but not an APK or XML file, so we have had
to resort to email or other third-party solutions.
But with a simple file we would be able to bypass this restrictions on our
Bluetooth devices.
Things Needed
1. A Rooted device.
2. Xposed Framework
3. Bluetooth Toolkit download here

STEPS
1. Install xposed Framework if you don’t already have it. Click Framework Click
Install/Update and reboot.


2. Install Bluetooth Toolkit. Open xposed and check it. Restart your phone.



3. Open the Bluetooth Toolkit App from your menu and check the ‘all files’


4. Grant superuser request.



That’s it. Try to send any file types and see it send.
NOTE: You must have paired with the person you want to send the file to first.


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