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I'm always sending one file to a device.

The device is always the same and the file has the same path and name.

How do I write a batch file to do this?

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For Widcomm stack you shoud try

C:\Program Files\Widcomm\Bluetooth Software\btsendto_explorer.exe" -BD_ADDR=

For Microsoft stack try this:

Please excuse for this half answer, but I don't have my batch file for Widcomm at hand and I still recall how much trouble I went to 2 years ago trying to find the correct command line parameters.

You can contact me through my website if you succeed or if I should dig for the batch file :D

Best regards,


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If this is for a Bluetooth enable phone then you could use CECopy from the Windows Mobile PowerToys.

See this link for details of how to install / use it for creating new 'Send To' links - but the command lines should work as part of a batch script also ...

I'm not sure if it will work for other bluetooth devices ??

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This is only for smartphones and pocket pcs, isn't it? I want to do this for a Nokia phone. – Daniel Moura Jul 6 '09 at 16:38
All Bluetooth devices use one of two standard ways to transfer files - either OBEX Push or OBEX FTP. Both work with all devices. – grawity Jul 7 '09 at 8:03

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