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How to Transfer Android Files with or without USB Cord

Jan 25, 2016 15:50 pm / Posted by Fitch to Android Phone Topics
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Android phones have benefited people in many respects, ranging from acting as a telephone as well as a message receiver to connect with people to advanced people to serving as a multi-functional entertainment machine to play music or movies directly on your mobile device. Also, you can use it as a camera to record all vital moments and unforgettable events in a vivid way, so as to imprint them in your mind. With time passing by, it is no more a strange thing to find that more and more files are accumulated in your Android device till the storage space is completely full. Therefore, you are suggested to transfer files from your Android phone to computer frequently, so as to make a backup of your important files, and delete some insignificant files already backed up from your Android phone to free up more space on your Android phone. But in some cases, when you want to transfer some files from your Android phone to computer, only to find USB cord is lost, what will you do? Borrow a USB cord from others? Actually, you don't have to? You can easily share files between your Android phone and computer with or without USB cord as you wanted and needed!

To do that, this Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager absolutely can't missed. With this software, you can transfer files between your Android phones and computer in an easy and fast way, no matter an Android USB cord is available or not. This software is fully compatible with all types of files, varying from contacts and messages saved in the Android internal memory to music, video, apps, books and etc. stored in the Android SD card. With this software, you can also directly send messages from computer to more than one contacts at one time. Amazing software indeed, right? Now, let's see how to use this software software to realize Android files transfer with USB cord or without USB cord.

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Android Mobile Manager

Android Mobile Manager enables you to backup everything on Android smart phone to the computer with simple operations. You can't miss it.

After downloading the right version on your computer, open it on the computer with double clicks. Then you will see the below interface.

Part 1: How to Sync Android Files with USB Cord

Now, click on the Connect via USB option and get your Android phone linked to the computer via the USB cord. If you see the below interface, please follow the steps to enable USB debugging to continue.

Install the program

Once the USB debugging is opened on your Android phone, you will see an interface as pictured in the below where all file folders are arranged on the left panel. Now, you can enter the corresponding file folder to choose the files you want to transfer from Android to computer. Finally, click on the Export option to begin the file transfer process. And if you want to import files from computer, just hit the New option and then choose the files you want to sync from computer to Android phone.

Part Two: How to Transfer Android Files without USB Cord

(Tips: Android file transfer without USB cord is only compatible with Windows computers at present!)

On the main interface where you have connected your Android files to the computer, choose the mode of Connect via Wifi to continue. Then the following interface will pop up. You have to download Android Manager APK on your Android phone first, and then scan for the QR code to continue the process.

Then this software will automatically link your Android phone to the computer and show you the main interface as pictured in the above. Then just follow the same steps to transfer files from your Android phone to computer as you wanted and needed! Quite easy to use, right? Want to have a try of this Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager by yourself? Just go ahead!

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