Today we need most of our files to be portable and transferable. With Android File Transfer you can remove the boundaries between different devices and use your file anywhere, anytime. But this is not only applicable to files! You can also learn how to transfer your contacts and anything you need.
If all this sounds like what you need to know, you’re in luck! We’ve written a couple of guides on how to android file transfer and everything related, to help you do what you need!
1. How to use Android File Transfer
If you need to free up some space, check our guide on how to transfer phone storage from internal to external. While this can be effective in other situations also, if you want to transfer files in between Android phones, we’ve put together a couple of methods to help you with that as well, that include Android Beam. But if you don’t want to do any hard work, as usual, there are some applications that can help you with this!
However, sometimes you need the files on your phone to be on your computer. For this, read our article “How to transfer files from Android to PC”.
2. How to Transfer Your Contacts from One Phone to Another
Whenever you buy a new phone, there is the losing contacts drama. Sending messages to all your friends to ask them for their number or, even worse, writing down all of the contacts you have. If this is what’s troubling you, fear no more! Read our article “How to Transfer Contacts to a New Android Phone”
Even if you formerly had an iPhone and decided to switch to Android, there are solutions for you! We’ve put together some methods to help you in our article “How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android in Minutes”.
Have Questions About Android File Transfer?
If you need to transfer your files or your contacts from one phone to another, from iOS to Android, or just from your internal storage to the external one, we hope that this article has helped you! However, sometimes, all you need is simplicity – connecting your phone to your PC via a USB cable. For this, you will need to install a USB driver for Android.
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