Transfer Files From Pc To Android wireless

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There are many ways you can transfer a file from your PC to an android phone. It will not require you a lot of steps and efforts. USB wires can as well do this but sometimes most of them are faulty and take a lot of time to transfer larger packets of that.

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I will take you through three methods of how to do this and each method shall have a diverse advantage over the other. These ways are, through Bluetooth, Droid transfer, and Cloud solution.

Transfer Files from PC to Android – The Bluetooth transfer Method

Transfer Files From Pc to Android Bluetooth

This is the devices and mostly used means of transfer. It’s easy and cheap. All android phones have a Bluetooth application while all Hp computers come with Bluetooth drivers pre-installed. You can as well install these drivers on your computer either directly or through Driver pack solution application. Follow these steps below;

To get started, turn on Bluetooth on your phone and your computer

Use your computer to search for new devices around, identify the name of your phone’s Bluetooth and click to pair.

Transfer Files from PC to Android

Check for the Bluetooth pairing notification on your phone and click Pair. The two devices will connectdevicesand you are now free to share your files back and forth the two devices. This is so cheap, isn’t it?

Transfer Files from PC to Android – Transfer files with Droid Method.

Droid is a powerful file transfer tool for android and able to connect to your PC. It can transfer many file formats say, messages, music, photos, contacts, and more. You can as well change, delete, copy and paste the same way you would use your computer’s Windows Explorer.

You will first download and install Droid on your computer, visit Droid official website for the latest version of Droid. Download and install transfer companion application on your phone using Play store.

Scan the Droid Transfer QR code with the Transfer Companion App already installed.

The two devices are now connected successfully. Now it’s time to choose the files you want to transfer from your Android device and press Copy to PC in Droid Transfer.

To add files from your PC to your Android phone, click Add File in Droid Transfer and choose a file on the PC you want to add to the device.

Transfer Files from PC to Android – Cloud solution

Google Drive and Drop box is another way you may transfer files between Android devices and your personal computer. These are services provided by Google services and free. Follow these steps below to share files;

Go to your chosen cloud provider’s website.

First, register for the cloud service. They are free provided options which give a limited amount of online storage, with the option to pay for more if you need it, anyway.

Download the accompanying app on your phone and set up with your account details.

You can now transfer files between all of your devices, through your cloud storage now.

Transfer Files from PC to Android-Wireless file transfer

There are many questions I have come across asking about how to transfer files over WiFi. In the section above, I discussed several methods but they do not work as the WiFi method together with your browser. You are as well able to transfer from multiple devices. Below are some features you will enjoy while you are using WiFi transfer.

  1. Upload or download multiple files at once as a zipped folder.
  2. Upload entire folder structures, Note that this is only possible with Google Chrome.
  3. Delete, rename, copy, zip, or unzip files before or after transferring them
  4. You may also add a password authentication to all your files and transfer activities.
  5. Shortcuts to photo, video, and music directories on both devices, that is your computer and Android phone.
  6. You may also run the transfer as a background service, this allows you to carry on other tasks while the transfer proceeds.
  7. You may as well view all your photos directly in your web browser, it depends on what you want, anyway.
  8. You can autostart the transfer processes whenever you are connected to a home network.
  9. Access to external SD cards and USB storage devices.
  10. Supports hotpot mode for any device connected with a larger number of connection limit.

Wireless files transfer vs USB file transfer.

With matters concerning transfer of files from one device to another, we go deeper before choosing a specific device to use for such activities because they are sometime important packets of data and information we are either passing over or receiving.

We consider several factors. Depending of the speed of the medium, we may choose a means over the other. With the wireless connections or transfer means are faster than USB transfer. So with a given speed, we preferably choose Wireless unless otherwise.

Another aspect may be the bits of data that can be transferred per a second over a given medium. Wireless connections provide a larger bit carriage as compared to the wired connection such as USB file transfer.

The other thing we may consider then is the size of the file to be transferred. If the size is too big, or small, we may choose the medium to sue according to what our target file is.

How can we forget the number of devices we may wish to share with. Sometimes we want to share a single file over four devices yet USB will support only a single pair of connected device. With such situations, you may have no choice but to adapt the wireless file transfer method.

Note that, USB is fast in terms of connection. It’s a matter of plug and play while wireless will take you several minutes setting up a wireless connection, then another time while connecting. While faster services, you may use USB transfer means. It will work for you as expected. So choosing a method shall depend on what you want, we prefer different methods given diverse conditions.

You may also like the following transfer methods.

Software Data Cable.

Share Link File Transfer

Pushball SMS on PC.

SuperBeam WiFi Direct Share.

Zapya File Transfer, Sharing.

AirDroid: Remote access & File.

Xender: File Transfer, Sharing.

Share-it – Transfer & Share.