Sunday, 3 February 2013

Best Trick For Android Devices!!!!!!!!!!!

May be you all who are reading this have a android devices. And sometime you even visit your friends house. he simply shows you his droid with lots of funki apps and games installed in it . But the problem is that you can't take them via Bluetooth. The simple solution to this problem is to download all the apps for you droid 
in apk formats . You can download apk files using your laptop or pc and copy them to your droid via usb cable in your memory card .
giving you the opportunity to share you or others apps via Bluetooth . You can send a apk file via Bluetooth like you send any other normal photos or pictures 

You can also tell your friends about the apk files so that they can also share there apps to you via usb cable...
Some apps also needs sd data files they are also available on the net you can download the apk file as well as the sd data files from the net 
 and follow these steps

Download an install the apk file 
the open 
file Explorer>Android>Data
and paste the data files there 
and there your game will run ....

this is the apk file of temple run game you can download it and share it with your friends via bluetooth

This is the another way of sharing apps via bluetooth!!!!!! 

Steps to Send App APKs Over Bluetooth

After you have download astro from here then on your Android, run the application, press the settings soft key and select tools to open a pop-up window.
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Select Application Backup from the popup tool window and wait for Astro to make a list of all the applications installed on your Android. In the list select the application you want to send over Bluetooth and click the backup button to create the APK file. You can select multiple applications as well. Once the backup is complete, press the back soft key to return to the Astro Home.
Astro  (1)
On the home screen, you will see all the files and folders in your mounted SD card. Navigate to the folder Backups—>Apps to find the APK files you have created above.
Astro  (3)
Well, our journey with Astro completes here. We will now use bluetooth file transferer  for Android to transfer these files over Bluetooth as APK access to Bluetooth are locked by default on most of the devices. Once you have downloaded and installed Bluetooth File Transfer app on your Android, launch the application.
In Bluetooth File Transfer application, navigate to the same folder Backups—>Apps and select the file you want to send. After selecting press the Bluetooth button, search for the device and send the file. Once the receiver receives the file, he will be able to install it.
Bluetooth FIle Transfer  (1)Bluetooth FIle Transfer  (2)
Note: If you are thinking, you can send paid apps to your friend, you are wrong because as soon as the receiver runs Google Play, it will be reverted back to free version.

Most phones will not accept certain file types via bluetooth it will send but not receive., .apk, .epub( from  windows7 PC to  ICS tablet) , rename it .JPG and you are on.

thanks for reading   

                                               Amaan Farooqui