S3 & S4: How to Use S-Beam to Transfer Photos & Videos-- No Wifi Needed! -

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** S3 & S4: How to Use S-Beam to Transfer Photos & Videos-- No Wifi Needed!
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*Published on 7 Oct 2013*

Here I show you how to transfer photos and videos via S-Beam. Once you
enable S Beam the NFC feature will automatically be enabled too.The feature
uses NFC in tandem with Wi-Fi Direct rather than Bluetooth, Its the wifi
between the two devices not the ones you have in your home or office. In
this video i use a Samsung Galaxy S3 & S4 and transfer a photo


Source: www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXqgSdNJOkw


does s beam use wifi


Android Beam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Android Beam **

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*Android Beam* is a feature of the Android mobile operating system that
allows data to be transferred via near field communication (NFC).^[1] It
allows the rapid short-range exchange of web bookmarks, contact info,
directions, YouTube videos, and other data. Android Beam was introduced in
Android version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). This was improved after Google
acquired Bump!.

*Contents*

· 1 Description

· 1.1 Usage
· 1.2 Requirements
· 1.3 4.1 Jelly Bean Update
· 1.4 Application Support

· 2 S Beam
· 3 See also
· 4 References
· 5 External links

*Description[edit]*

-Usage[edit]-

Android Beam is activated by placing devices back to back with the content
to be shared displayed on the screen. If the content is able to be sent,
the screen will shrink down and display "Tap to Beam" at the top. Tapping
the screen sends the content from the one device to the other. A sound will
play when devices are near and able to beam. When the data has been sent, a
confirmation tone will play or a negative tone will play if failed and the
content will shrink off the screen indicating beaming is complete. Sharing
is one direction and the device sending content will not get content from
the receiving device.

-Requirements[edit]-

To activate Android Beam, both devices must support NFC (Near field
communication) and have it enabled in addition to passing the lock-screen
or logging in.

-4.1 Jelly Bean Update[edit]-

As of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, devices can use Android Beam to send photos
and videos over Bluetooth. Android Beam uses NFC to enable Bluetooth on
both devices, instantly pair them, and


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_Beam

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