5+ Ways To Share Your Files From PC To Your Mobile Phone

Worried about how to share your files to your mobile phone? There are some 5 + ways to transfer your data to your mobile phone quickly. 

Our Mobile Phones Store data in day-to-day life such as images videos important documents which need to be transferred to our PC in order to save the file and to have a backup of them. 

There are plenty of ways to share the data’s but I will tell you the best ways to transfer your data faster. So without any delay lets get started.

#1 : USB Cable

Using USB Cable is the oldest and easiest way to share any files from mobile to laptop and Vice-Versa.

If you need to transfer a large number of files from the Android phone & PC, you should choose the oldest and also most dependable transfer technique.

As long as you have a suitable cable on hand, sharing data from a phone to the a laptop is still quick and simple. Connect your phone to your PC using the charging wire.

Follow the steps after connecting your phone :-

  1. Connect your USB Cable with your Phone and Laptop
  2. Check your phones Notification “Charging this device via USB
  3. Under USB settings, set Use USB for to Transferring files or File transfer.

That’s all. On your PC, a file transfer window ill pop up, displaying your phone (and, if applicable, an SD card). Then you may begin copying your files.

On a Mac, the methods are very same, however you must first install free Android File Transfer app, or you may transfer files via OpenMTP instead.

This technique is ideal for copying massive volumes of data. If you would like to transfer several movies or your full music collection, give it a go. It also makes it simple to transfer files to the phone’s SD card.

#2 : Backing Up or Transferring Files Without Cable

The Google account that created on your phone provides you with 15GB free cloud storage capacity via Google Drive. This allows you to easily transfer data between the laptop and phone.

On your laptop, you must download and install the Google Drive app. If you want, you may use Dropbox as well as Microsoft’s OneDrive, which all function similarly.

You must first sign in before you can set up Google Drive. Then click Next after selecting Back up various file types.

At the bottom of the next screen, select Advanced Settings. Click OK after selecting Synchronize My Drive to the this Computer.

On your PC, this generates a Google Drive folder. This folder’s contents will sync from and to your Drive account. To upload content to your smartphone, just place them in the Drive folder. After synchronizing, open the application on your phone and they’ll be there.

You have two alternatives for getting the files you require on your phone to get around this. Choose a file and then, from the menu, either:

Make offline accessible. This saves the file for offline viewing inside Drive. Any modifications you make will be synchronised the next moment you go online.

Download. This stores a new duplicate of the file to the Media library, which you may then access in any software that supports it. Any changes you make, however, will not sync; you must re-upload the content to your Drive profile.

#3 : Sharing Via Email

This is one of my favorite way to share any document or to keep a backup of my file. I simply attach my documents of my files in the other mails of mine.

Emailing files to yourself isn’t the most effective way to transfer data from the a laptop to the a phone, but everyone has done it at some point. It is useful for rapid file sharing when none of the other ways are available.

In Gmail, attachments are restricted at 25MB. Check out WeTransfer if you require anything larger. This allows you to email files of up than 2GB for free and without registering.

On the website, enter your email address, then drag the files into to the web browser and send. After that, you’ll get an email for your smartphone with just a link towards the files that may access. Files are encrypted & deleted after seven days for security reasons. If you want to do so, you’ll need to have a Pro subscription.

#4 : Sharing Through Messages

Everyone of us have definitely used the messaging apps and I’m sure you have used WhatsApp once in your life mostly we actually use WhatsApp daily.

My 4th trick is use WhatsApp and WhatsApp web in order to share your files to your desktop from your phone or vice versa.

To share files via your PC, first log into the WhatsApp Web using your computer and upload the necessary files to the newly established group conversation.

#5 : Using Bluetooth

Last but not the least, Bluetooth technology is the oldest method in order to share any file to our pc or to our phone but its really problematic when we share larger files so I would like to recommend the previous 4 ways in order to transfer the files faster.

Still Bluetooth is good to go for small files but if your Bluetooth version is the latest you can find it faster too depending upon your specs.

In these ways you can easily share your files from one to other devices. Hope you like the post, do check related posts too to have some more knowledge.

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