How to send files on Xender App with itel P32 – Naija Tech Writer

How to send files on Xender App with itel P32

How to send files on Xender App with itel P32, receiving files through Xender is a bit technical using itel P32 a to create, meanwhile if you use other Android device to create joining with your itel P32 is very easy.

Steps on how to create share files on Xender with Itel P32

  1.  Open Xender on your device
  2. Click on “SEND” at the bottom left corner
  3. It will create and waiting for Receiver.

How to send files on Xender App with itel P32

After that it will lead you to another interface where it display the Xender barcode waiting for the receiver to scan it and join. Meanwhile, How to send files on Xender App with itel P32 the Receiver using other Android device will need to scan Xender barcode created with the itel P32 device before it can successfully join and start receiving files.

How to send files on Xender App with itel P32

How to send files on Xender App with itel P32, other device that wanted to scan the barcode created will gently place his phone to the full size of the barcode and immediately it will scan and successful then you can send or share all what you want.

How to Use Xender to Transfer File on Android, iPhone and Destop

File transfer using Xender App on Android. Download and install the Xender App via Google Play. Launch the App and ensure your device has the personal hotspot features.

Tap the “Create Group or Send” button on either of the device to initiate the connection, make sure your device location is turn ON to make connection.

To receive Files using Xender App

All you need to do is tap Receive button beside the Send button, and connect to the other person device that want to send you or share you files. Once you tap receive the other device you want make connection with, will show just click on the other device name, you will be connected.

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Am Tunde Wisdom Omotimehin i write about in depth review of smartphones as well as device unboxing and i also work as a video editor. I owned and manage NaijaTechWriter as the Admin and Publisher.

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