Bluetooth Radar 2.2
Intuitive interface with helpful info displayed
Once installation comes to an end, you are greeted with a simple yet powerful interface that displays the surrounding Bluetooth devices and signal strength.
With a single click, Bluetooth Radar displays device details for any of the found entries, including names, authentication status, last seen, Sap and Nap and file sending status.
Easy way to share files
On the other hand, it also gives you full control over you very own Bluetooth device, offering dedicated options to pick the name, check local address, manufacturer and software manufacturer. You can also choose from multiple modes, namely discoverable, connectable and power off.
As you can see, Bluetooth Radar is quite an easy to use application, but the ace up its sleeve is definitely the dedicated tool for sending files to any discovered Bluetooth device.
Uses decent system resources
It works like a charm on all Windows workstations and while it does the same thing as a typical Bluetooth program, it requires just a few clicks to quickly send a file to a found item.
The impact on hardware resources is minimal and it doesn't even ask for administrator privileges, working just fine on both older and newer hardware configurations.
To sum it up
Overall, Bluetooth Radar may attract a handful of users, as it can be safely installed by all types of users, be they rookies or those with a bit more computer knowledge. It does what it says with minimum effort, making file sharing as easy as can get between devices that can connect via Bluetooth.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa on August 2nd, 2014
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- Add Settings window
- Get installed services on the device
- Check if Object Exchange is installed and changed properties.
- Add Windows Bluetooth search window.
Application descriptionThe Bluetooth Radar software was developed to be a WPF 4.0 application built in Visual Studio 2010 (RTM). In the ...