Method 1 How to Transfer Photos from Android to Computer with Android Data



How to connect my Android smartphone to my Windows 10 PC


Android smartphones have a USB port that you can use to charge them, but alsoto transfer files such as pictures or documents to your computer. Although thesteps you need to take to do that are rather simple and intuitive, there are afew things to which you should pay attention. If you want to make sure thatyou do everything by the book when you connect your Android smartphone to yourWindows 10 PC, read this guide. It applies to all Android smartphones, nomatter which company made them (Samsung, Huawei, OnePlus, Nokia, ASUS). Let’sget started:NOTE: To write this tutorial, we used a Huawei P10 lite running Android 8.0.0.Although your Android smartphone might be using a different version of Androidor Samsung or another manufacturer may make it, everything we are showingshould look and act similarly on your smartphone too.

How to connect your Android smartphone to your Windows 10 PC, using a USB


cableFind a proper USB cable for connecting the smartphone to the PC. If you stillhave the original cable that you got with your Android smartphone, use thatone. Plug the USB cable into your Windows 10 computer or laptop. Then, plugthe other end of the USB cable into your Android smartphone.An Android smartphone connected to a USB cableOnce you do, your Windows 10 PC should immediately recognize your Androidsmartphone and install some drivers for it, if it hasn’t them already. Yoursmartphone should also ask you what kind of USB connection you want: Chargeonly, Transfer files, or Transfer photos.Choosing what to do with the USB connection, on your Android smartphoneIf your Android smartphone does not ask you about the USB connection, youshould be able to trigger this dialog from the notifications drawer. Swipefrom the top of the screen and tap the Settings notification.USB Settings notificationTap once more to open USB dialog, for more options.The USB Settings notification expandedThe “Use USB for” dialog is shown. The only difference is that this time it isshown on the entire screen, instead of in a popup window.Choosing what to do with the USB connection, on your Android smartphoneLet’s see now what each USB connection does:

1. Transfer files between your Android smartphone and your Windows 10 PC,


using a USB cableIf you want to transfer files to or from your Android smartphone, select the”Transfer files” option.Transfer files using USB between Android and Windows 10Then, on your Windows 10 PC, open File Explorer or any other file manager youprefer. In the This PC section, you should see a new device that bears thename of your Android smartphone. Double-click or double-tap on it.The smartphone is shown as a device in File ExplorerThen, you should find one or two drives. The first one’s the internal memoryof your Android smartphone. If you get two drives, the second is the SD memorycard in your smartphone.The internal memory is shown as a drive in File ExplorerDouble-click or double-tap on the drive from which you want to transfer data.This gives you access to all the folders and files on your phone, so you canstart transferring the files you wanted, to or from your Windows 10 PC.The folders and files from an Android smartphoneCut, copy, and paste the files you want, from your smartphone to your PC, asyou usually do with the files and folders found in Windows 10.

2. Transfer photos and videos between your Android smartphone and your


Windows 10 PC, using a USB cableSimilarly, you can also choose to Transfer photos, on your Android smartphone.The name of this option is a bit misleading because it lets you transferphotos and videos.Transfer photos from your Android smartphone via USBThe Transfer photos option is the same as the Transfer files one but onlyshows you the DCIM and Pictures folders that contain the images and videos onyour Android smartphone. You only see these folders in File Explorer.File Explorer only shows the Pictures and DCIM folders from AndroidCut, copy, and paste your pictures and videos as you wish, to your Windows 10PC.NOTE: If you want to transfer pictures wirelessly, between your Androidsmartphone and Windows 10 PC, read: Send files from an Android smartphone toWindows 10, with Bluetooth.

3. Charge your Android smartphone from your Windows 10 PC


If all you want from your Windows 10 PC is to charge your Android smartphone,in the “Use USB for” dialog, choose the Charge only option.Choosing the Charge only option, on your Android smartphoneThis option makes your Windows 10 computer or device provide electricity toyour smartphone. That is the only thing it does. The PC does not identify thesmartphone as a device with which it can communicate and transfer data.

Did you manage to connect your Android smartphone to your Windows 10 PC?


It is not that complicated to use a USB cable to connect your Androidsmartphone to your Windows 10 computer. It is just a matter of choosing whatyou want to do and then use File Explorer to transfer all kinds of files andimages. If you have any questions or problems with this process, comment belowand let’s discuss.Minimum System Requirements to Run Android Emulator Windows 10Before you go ahead and download an Android emulator, you need to ensure thatyou have ample resources to use it on your PC. In other words, you need tocheck what the minimum system requirements are to install Android emulator forWindows 10.How can you do that? Wherever you’re downloading the Android emulator from,you will find the minimum and recommended system requirements listed. In mostcases, they are similar, which we’ll cover in this post. However, in somecases, it can differ.

How to Pair Android and Windows 10 Devices


If you need a free-to-use, cheap, easy, and affordable way to share data,Bluetooth comes in handy. If you don’t have a USB cable, but you wish totransfer files via Bluetooth, here’s how it’s done: 1. From your Android device, go to Settings, then click Bluetooth. 2. Turn the Bluetooth On. 3. Check to ensure that your Android device is discoverable via Bluetooth, or else you might not be able to find the device. 4. From Windows 10, click the Start button then go to Windows Settings and open Devices. 5. From here, find and click on Bluetooth & other devices. 6. Click add Bluetooth or other device and turn it on. 7. In your Android device, you should be able to see a list of devices. Click on the Windows 10 PC device you wish to pair with and select the Pair button next to it. 8. Your smartphone and computer will display a passcode. Check to make sure that these codes match in both the devices. 9. Tap Yes on your computer and OK on Android. Else, select Cancel or No, respectively. 10. The devices must be paired together. Choose to send or receive files via Bluetooth from the Windows 10 machine. 11. In your Android device, select Receive files to receive files or Send data to send them.

How to Send Files from Windows 10 to Android


Pairing is the very first step when sending files. Even in wired connections,the first step is always pairing. This is usually where most people have themost problems with Bluetooth. It’s usually caused by interference with anotherBluetooth device, a weak signal range, or incompatibility between devices.But in this case, let’s be optimistic and assume you have paired successfully!Sending or receiving files should be easy if the following steps are followed. 1. Click Send Files from Windows 10. 2. A list of devices will be shown, click on where you want to send your files, then select Next. 3. Select Browse, then navigate to the folder holding the files you want to share. 4. If you wish to send multiple files, hold the control key Ctrl and select the desired data. 5. Once you have the desired file(s) selected, tap on the Open button shown. 6. The file(s) will show in the Filenames field, click Next. 7. From the Android, a pop-up message will show up on the screen with the options of either accepting or canceling the transfer. Click Accept. 8. Bluetooth only works if the devices are at a close range of typically less than 10m up to 100m, depending on the Bluetooth version.

Method 1. How to Transfer Photos from Android to Computer with Android Data


Manager?One of the best ways to transfer photos from your Android device to a computeris by using the Android Data Manager software – Samsung Messages Backup. It isan Android file manager to move your essential files including your photosfrom an Android device to your PC/Mac easily and vice versa.Key Features & Highlights of Samsung Messages Backup * Support contacts, call logs, text messages, photos, videos, music, and apps. * Transfer files from Android to a computer selectively or completely. * Read text messages on a computer. * View your Android call history. * Modify contact info on a computer. * Backup & restore Android phone with 1 Click. * Widely compatible with all kind of Android devices, including Samsung, LG, Huawei, Xiaomi, HTC, ZET, Sony, Motorola, and so on.You can free download the software:Following are the steps to use move your photos:Step 1: Launch the program and connect your Android device to a computer viaUSB cable. You need to enable USB debugging on your Android phone.Step 2: Go with the on-screen prompts to make the program detect your Androiddevice. Once done, you can see the main interface as below.Step 3: The program will automatically go through all your files and load themalong with a preview. Click ‘Photos’ from the main interface to preview all ofyour Android photos.Step 4: Checkmark the photos you wanted and click the ‘Export’ button totransfer them from your Android device to a computer.Step 5: You can also go to ‘Super Toolkit’ the main interface, click ‘Backup’to checkmark photos and other file types from the list, then click the ‘BackUp’ button to save them on your PC/Mac with 1 click.Here’s a YouTube video tutorial:Read Also:How to Print Text Messages from Samsung Galaxy? 3 Effective Ways[2 Ways] How to Transfer Photos Between Samsung Phone and Computer?

2. Download Photos from Google Photos to A Computer


1. On your computer, browse to Google Photos. 2. Log in your Google account that you have used to upload photos. 3. Tick on the photos as you like. 4. Tap on ‘More’ (the three-dot icon) and hit on ‘Download’ to save them on your computer.

Method 1. How to Transfer Photos from Android to Computer with Android Data


Manager?One of the best ways to transfer photos from your Android device to a computeris by using the Android Data Manager software – Samsung Messages Backup. It isan Android file manager to move your essential files including your photosfrom an Android device to your PC/Mac easily and vice versa.Key Features & Highlights of Samsung Messages Backup * Support contacts, call logs, text messages, photos, videos, music, and apps. * Transfer files from Android to a computer selectively or completely. * Read text messages on a computer. * View your Android call history. * Modify contact info on a computer. * Backup & restore Android phone with 1 Click. * Widely compatible with all kind of Android devices, including Samsung, LG, Huawei, Xiaomi, HTC, ZET, Sony, Motorola, and so on.You can free download the software:Following are the steps to use move your photos:Step 1: Launch the program and connect your Android device to a computer viaUSB cable. You need to enable USB debugging on your Android phone.Step 2: Go with the on-screen prompts to make the program detect your Androiddevice. Once done, you can see the main interface as below.Step 3: The program will automatically go through all your files and load themalong with a preview. Click ‘Photos’ from the main interface to preview all ofyour Android photos.Step 4: Checkmark the photos you wanted and click the ‘Export’ button totransfer them from your Android device to a computer.Step 5: You can also go to ‘Super Toolkit’ the main interface, click ‘Backup’to checkmark photos and other file types from the list, then click the ‘BackUp’ button to save them on your PC/Mac with 1 click.Here’s a YouTube video tutorial:Read Also:How to Print Text Messages from Samsung Galaxy? 3 Effective Ways[2 Ways] How to Transfer Photos Between Samsung Phone and Computer?

2. Download Photos from Google Photos to A Computer


1. On your computer, browse to Google Photos. 2. Log in your Google account that you have used to upload photos. 3. Tick on the photos as you like. 4. Tap on ‘More’ (the three-dot icon) and hit on ‘Download’ to save them on your computer.”

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