Use Bluetooth to Send Images from Microsoft Lumia 535 to Another Device

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Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how you can send an image from a Microsoft Lumia 535 to another device by using Bluetooth.

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Steps

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    To begin, turn the phone on by pressing the power button located on the right-hand side of the phone
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    Swipe the lock screen up
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    This takes you to the Home screen.
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    Now, we need to find an image to transfer
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    Find one in the Photos application or anywhere else, such as on Facebook. You can basically send an image from any application you have on your phone. For this demonstration, we are just going to use Photos.
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    The first thing you need to understand is that your phone must be connected to the device you want to transfer the image to
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    If you don't know how to do this, or you haven't done this, you can find a how-to video to connect your Microsoft Lumia 535 to an external device via Bluetooth. Search this website for that video, watch it, and then return to watch this video. Tap on an image you want to transfer.
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    We need to press the share icon at the bottom
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    It's the first icon from the left on the menu at the bottom of your screen.
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    This will bring up a variety of Share options
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    We want to share via Bluetooth, so press that.
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    We have already synced and connected this computer with this phone, so you can see ORB, which is the computer device name
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    Press on your device name. You may have several devices to choose from.
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    The computer I am transferring to is now showing a notification message stating that the phone is trying to access files
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    Click on that to open an authorization message
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    It is asking if it is okay to send this message to the computer, to which we will click OK.
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    You should now see on the blue bar at the top of the phone the percentage of the image shared
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    This is a very good way to share information for free, such as sharing images with your friends from phone to phone.
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    Now, the image has appeared in our Pictures library on the computer
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    Double click on the image to open it
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    As you can see, we now have the same image on the computer and on the phone.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to transfer or send an image from a Microsoft Lumia 535 to an external device
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    If you have any questions, queries or comments about this video, please leave them in the comment section below. You've been watching VisiHow.
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Video: Use Bluetooth to Send Images from Microsoft Lumia 535 to Another Device

Questions and Answers

In Lumia 535, my touch is not working properly, why?

In Lumia 535, my touch is not working properly, why?

You can define a possible malfunction of the screen if you tap on an area on the screen, and an adjacent area is triggered or the edge of the screen is completely nonresponsive. This will require replacing the touch screen at a service center.

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If that is not the case, the check if the screen and your fingers are dry, aim at the center of the area you wish to tap, and do not use any third-party chargers that will change the responsiveness of the touch screen.

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There is also a quite recent update that fixes some touch-screen-related problems. Update your phone by following our tutorial on how to update your Microsoft Lumia 535.

How to transfer all my photos from my Microsoft Lumia 535 phone to my Fujitsu PC?

I've never done this and I am not good with Technical stuff!. I have tried: Turning on Bluetooth on my phone and panicking a bit!. I think it was caused by: My inexperience

Let's review the easiest method.

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    Take the charger and remove the outlet.
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    Connect the USB cable to the PC and the phone.
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    Click "Open device to view files" in a pop-up window and skip to step 6.
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    If no pop-up window showed up, open File Explorer or Explorer by pressing the Windows key + "E" on the keyboard.
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    Double-click "Windows Phone" if you cannot see the name of your phone on the list.
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    Click the name of your phone or "Phone"
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    There will be folders for photos and other media on the right pane.
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    Open the "Pictures" folder by double-clicking it.
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    Select everything by pressing "Ctrl" + "A".
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    Click any selected file and drag it to the "Pictures" folder on the left
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    All of your files, not just one, will be copied to the "Pictures" folder on your PC.
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