Transferring files between two different operating systems like Android and Windows 10 is not always an easy task. Of course, there are several methods to do this, but they all have their advantages and disadvantages. For example, you can use Bluetooth as one option to transfer files between Android and Windows PC, but the process is sometimes slow or buggy, with a lot of potential for missed data and other errors. This article shows you how to leverage the power of Bluetooth for transferring files between these two operating systems, and a great alternative to try out if things don't work the way they should. Bluetooth is a wireless data transfer technology between two connected devices. Transferring files from Android to PC using Bluetooth is ideal if you want a wireless experience or simply don't have a working USB cable.