This is how far I have gotten trying to connect my Samsung Galaxy S9 and my desktop (PC):
S9 > Settings > Bluetooth > Paired devices: DESKTOP-J…4 (Use for Calls & Audio)
Clicking on "DESKTOP-J…4": Couldn't connect
PC > Windows 10 > Settings> Devices > Bluetooth: On ["Now discoverable as "DESKTOP-J…4"
Send or receive files via Bluetooth > Receive files (clicking)"
"Waiting for a connection" and nothing else happens.
What more do I have to do (if you know)? Thanks/Hans L
Solved! Go to Solution.
It worked. But in spite of my deleting all pictures but one, it managed to download the universe until I stopped it (realizing that some theories assumes an infinte number of universes 🙂
Conclusion: The enormous scientific and technical developements of our age have not made an impression on the mobile phone engineers/designers of the world, so I will, to save time and my sanity, continue to use USB (as your question to me kinda' suggested I should).
Thank you for letting me know of the terrible travails of the mobiele phone user community ... I will continue using mine when absolutely necessary 🙂 You will be in my thoughts.
Yes, the reason is convenience. Cable works, but in 2020, eh, I though I would try the band-new feature called Bluetooth 🙂 🙂
Are there know problems with such a connection or is there another reason why you are asking about USB?