The more integrated smartphone become with our daily lives, the even more we have the tendency to store files on them. We store everything, such as from images, songs and movies to documents, PDFs, and a wide variety of other content. It commonly occurs to me that it is so important and needed to have a fast method to obtain a file stored on my android phone transferred to my computer.

Lots of people could user Android file transfer, however it just support Mac pc and it dose not works well. So how to move files from my Android phone to a Windows computer? right here you can try a best Android file transfer for Windows - MobileGo for Android. This qualified Android manager enables you to transfer apps, contacts, music, videos and images from Android to Windows PC quickly and effortlessly.

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Note: If you are a Mac user, and feel the Android file transfer (Mac) is suck, no problem, you can Dwonload MobileGo for Android (Mac) here, it is the best alternative to Android file transfer.

Here the easy guide will take you to get this done


Step 1. Connect your Android device to the pc

Make a connection between Android and then pc via an USB cable or Wi-Fi. This program will find phone immediately. And your device will show up in the primary window.

Step 2. Start to move files from Android to PC

In the left-hand column, respectively click "Music"/"Videos"/"Photos" to show the music/video/photo window. In the matching window, select your preferred songs/videos/photos. Click "Export" then browse your computer up until spot a place to store the exported songs/videos/photos. After that, store these files.

To transfer contacts from Android to pc, press "Contacts". In the contact window, select the contacts you wish to move. After that, press "Import/Export") "Export selected contacts to computer" or "Export all contacts to computer". In the pull-down list, pick "to vCard file".
Note: You can also move contacts from Galaxy to Outlook, Windows Address Book, Windows Live Mail.

To move SMS from Android to the pc, you can go to "SMS". After picking your needed SMS, you ought to click "Import/Export") "Export selected SMS to computer" or "Export all SMS to computer". Browse to the location where the SMS will be saved. Then, move the SMS to it in. txt or. xml format.

By clicking "Apps", you to to the app window. Pick the apps you wish to transfer. After that, press "Export" to store the apps to your computer.

Very easy and clear, isn't it?

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