Transfer files via Bluetooth on my iPhone?

My device is ip6, i want transfer files  to other

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if jailbroken, AnyDrop 3, AirBlue Stack, AirBlue Sharing,..

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PC transfer way

Hey, i guess the bluetooth method can consume a lot of time to transfer files, the way that i introduce is to use the third-party all, which can realize the transfer process between different phones via your PC. I guess it will work for u.

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For contacts, use Gmail app to sync them between different smartphones;
For photos, copy them from the original phone and paste them to the destination phone via usb cable;
For music, Bluetooth is a nice option;
For other file transfer, I recommend using third-party transfer app instead, which is much more convenient and less time consuming. You can check this tutorial as a guidance.

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