I am able to setup a link with another laptop (Win 7) and even able to send files (surprisingly around 3-4 MBps). But I am not able to locate where exactly the files are getting stored in my Ubuntu 12.04. Is there anyway where I can setup the default folders for it.
You can open a terminal and do:
find ~ -name *filename or part of it*
~ means it'll search from /home, -name because you want to find a filename.
If you don't sudo you'll get a few permission denied (find couldn't access in read to check for filename) but that doesn't matter.
For me (using blueman on Ubuntu 18) they ended up in
Not sure who's the genius who thought this would be a good default....
To find Bluetooth inbox files, just type the name of the file you sent to your Linux computer in the terminal / command line like this:
find ~ -type f -name "nameOfTheFile.txt"
You should be able to see something like this.
This is the location where Bluetooth files are landing on Kali/Debian Linux, so from explorer just type in the following target.
If you don´t like this location, change it by right clicking on the Bluetooth icon and going to Local Services>Transfer>Incoming Folder and changing it to the desired location.