Hello friends, today I am going to share a very easy tip about How To Transfer Android Apps Via Bluetooth. Android powers lots of devices in over 190 countries over the world, more than 800 million Android user around the world and these Android users download more than 1.5 billion apps and games from Google Play each month.
In simple words I can say Google Android OS is most popular and most used mobile operating system. But it is also true without applications Android is zero, and many peoples attract towards Android OS due to lots of applications. In google play store more than 1 million applications are available and you can easily find the application of your choice.
Now come to the point, whenever you see a cool app on your friends mobile, you want this on your phone too, and for this purpose you may open Google play store and search for that app, but suppose the situation if you don’t have an active internet plan, what the second things came into your mind, Hey please send this me to via Bluetooth. But, how to transfer Android Apps via Bluetooth???
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Yes, you can easily transfer any application via Bluetooth between two devices with the help of Android Assistant application, Android Assistant is a free app, it has total 18 features to manage your Android device. It is one of the most powerful and comprehensive management tools to improve your Android phone’s performance.
It also speeds up your phone’s running speed and saves battery. So beside file transfer it is an essential application for your device.
Steps: How To Transfer Android Apps Via Bluetooth
Step 1. Open Google play store in your mobile and search for “Android Assistant” application and install it.
Step 2. Once the application is installed on your device open it and go to Tools, under tools find “App Backup & Restore”
Step 3. Under Backup you will find all the installed apps on your mobile, now select the application which you want to transfer via Bluetooth then click on Backup.
Step 4. Once the backup process is completed, you can easily find the Apk file of this app in SD card by navigating SDcard/AndroidAssistant_appbackup
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Step 5. Now tap the Apk file and hold for seconds, then share via Bluetooth.
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