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How To Video: Share files using S Beam

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How To Video: Share files using S Beam

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With S Beam, a feature unique to the Galaxy S III, you can share photos, videos, and more by simply tapping two devices.

One of the cool features on the Samsung galaxy S three SP. It's like -- -- -- that it lets you share files between other hundred pounds. And drinking which is available on Ice Cream Sandwich devices let you -- little bits of information like contacts in your house. But that's being which is unique stamping -- CS three it lets you share files with other has three phones. It only works on -- Samsung galaxy S three and with other at three pounds plus -- -- more than just your out and contact information. To get started you'll need to enable a few features in your settings so go to settings. More settings. And turn on and I've seen. S being. And turn on -- fighter act. With those -- and plays in your writing to share files with other -- three phones. Just make sure that your friend also enables these -- so when -- ready find the file you wanna share. In this case -- share a photo. Put the funds back to back. -- -- top the screen. And once you do you can separate devices because it's actually creating a Wi-Fi direct connection to transfer or not and -- -- your -- here. When it's done -- the photo be transferred and stored on the other found. With -- being you can also send music files videos and documents but remember it isn't only for the Samsung galaxy S three. But if you do you haven't -- -- with Ice Cream Sandwich you can still use the Wi-Fi direct feature. The only thing is -- pocket pair the two devices manually to transfer the files. Now has seen -- just one of the many new features on the Samsung galaxy S three that's unique about phone. Check out more features Sierra -- on cnet.com and my other how to videos for CNET I'm -- --

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