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I have used Blueman and the default Bluetooth manager an every time I accept the file transfer from the Phone to the PC, it shows that it is transferring and even notifies me that the transfer was successful but I can not find the image anywhere.

Where are files stored after sending them via Bluetooth to the PC?

I already checked my Home folder. The Picture folder which I thought it would be the one for images. Then the document folder and afterwards I did a huge check on all folders under /home. No luck. Is nowhere. I even checked this answer with no luck.

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Did you check the Downloads directory? – roadmr Feb 19 '13 at 20:41
I find them in ~/Desktop. – guntbert Feb 21 '13 at 20:06
Nope not there. Maybe I should just go and see the code. Save me the time. – Luis Alvarado Feb 21 '13 at 20:31

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I found my BT transferred files in Home>Public

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Ubuntu 13.10 and 14.04

All the transferred files through bluetooth are stored in ~/Downloads directory.

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Thanks Abby for sharing. Have not tested yet on 13.10. – Luis Alvarado Oct 27 '13 at 3:01
This is also the case for 15.10. – starbeamrainbowlabs Oct 30 at 18:20

I came here to see where my files ended up but none of the answers hit the point, so for completeness: I am using blueman-manager with xfce on trusty and the files ended up in my home directory.

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