How To Transfer Android Files To Pc
There was a time when the storage of smartphones was up to 4 or 8 GB, but now there are several smartphones in the market whose internal storage is up to 256 GB. But what is so much storage? The answer is no. In this period of HD quality, the size of the photos and videos is so large that no matter how much storage is available. To make a backup, we have to transfer our files to PCs. We will tell you about three ways that you will be able to easily transfer your data to PC.
Wireless transfers – The Wireless process does not require any cable. For this, many apps are available on the Google Play Store, such as Share It, Gender.
- You need to download the app by visiting Google Play
- After that click on the app and open it
- If you use the Xender app, go to ‘Connect to PC’ option and click
- Open the Web Xender by going to the PC browser
- Scan the QR code that appears on the web
- After this upload the file from the mobile and then download it to your desktop
Cable transfer- The simplest and the oldest way to transfer files to the system via USB is the way. Neither do you need any Wi-Fi nor any wireless network
- Connect the phone and the PC to the USB cable
- Go to Developer Options
- Enable USB debugging
- Keep in mind that the configuration of USB is set to MTP
- Now click on My Computer / This PC on your desktop.
- Here you will find an option of ‘connect your phone’, you can paste your files directly by going there.
Uploading – With this option, you can upload your files directly to Cloud Servers. You can then download later on any system. There are several servers including Google Drive, with the help of which you can transfer files. For example, if you use Google Drive,
- Go to the Google Drive app in your Android phone
- Click upload
- Can upload your photos, videos or any document
- Now log in to Google Drive
- You can download files from any other computer with the help of server