They say that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and I truly believe that after more than three decades of walking this earth, this particular saying holds true, straight to the point like an arrow. Well, there is no one truly invincible mobile operating system out there in the market, although you can say that iOS is certainly one of the more popular ones out there. The thing is, there are other mobile operating systems apart from iOS if you were to keep your eyes peeled – Android being one, with Windows Phone being an up and coming candidate. Windows Phone 8 might be the future, offering a fluid user experience, and it certainly does away with its Achilles Heel – that is, the inability to transfer a file over a Bluetooth connection.
This was made known through a publication of Windows Phone 8′s Bluetooth profile which has appeared online, where it comes with all the relevant bits and pieces required to perform a wireless file transfer. For Windows Phone 7 users, there are always third-party apps for you to choose from to get jiggy with Bluetooth file transfer.
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