If you find yourself transferring files from your Android phone to your PC frequently, then using a USB cable for a file transfer may not be the ideal way to go about it. A USB cable makes things cluttered on your work desk and even limits your smartphone usage quite a bit. Luckily, there are several different ways you can go about this task. In this article, we show you the best and easiest ways to transfer files from an Android phone to a PC wirelessly.
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Transfer files from Android phone to PC wirelessly using PushBullet
Step 2: Open the PushBullet app on your phone and select your laptop as the file destination.
Step 3: Tap on the attachment icon and select the file your want to transfer.
The file will be sent to your PC and can be accessed from the PushBullet app.
Transfer files using Google Drive
Step 1: Open Google Drive on your smartphone and tap the ‘+’ icon to upload the file you want to share.
Step 2: Select ‘Upload’. You can also create a new folder to place all your uploaded files in one place.
Step 3: Select the file you want to upload from your phone’s memory.
Step 5: Locate the file and select ‘Download’ from the top right corner of the screen.
The file will be downloaded to your PC.
Transfer files using Bluetooth
Step 1: Turn on Bluetooth on your smartphone and PC.
Step 2: Go to Settings>Bluetooth and other devices on your PC and select ‘Add Bluetooth or other devices’.
Step 3: Scan for devices and select your smartphone. Make sure you pair the two devices with the proper code.
Step 4: Scroll down and select ‘Send and receive files via Bluetooth’ on your PC, then select ‘Receive Files’.
Step 5: Open the file you want to transfer on your Android mobile and select ‘Share’. Go to more options and select Bluetooth.
Step 6: Select your PC as the destination device.
Step 7: Accept the incoming transfer on your PC. The file will be transferred.
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These are the 3 best ways to transfer files from an Android phone to a PC wirelessly. If you’re looking for a quick way to transfer between a smartphone and a PC or even two Android devices, you can upload the file as an attachment on a draft mail and sign in to your email using the other device to access the file. While this may not be the ideal way to transfer files between devices, it gets the job done pretty quickly without having to install a third-party app.
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