Have you ever heard before that files can be transfer easily from computer to smartphones and vice-versa without USB cable(i.e.wirelessly) without loosing the quality of the files. If not then this article will help you to share files while you are getting trouble in file sharing.
Sometime when you go to the Xerox shop or any press you may face the problem of sharing of the files from your phone to their computer then this article will solve your problems to share your files.
Of course, you can share files from Messenger, Whatsapp, Viber, IMO, Google, Google drive which may be a lengthy process or the quality of the files may decrease. But this article will help you to share the files in an easy way.
So follow the below steps:
Download the dr.fone android app from the play store and installed it on your phone.
Go to google chrome or any browser in your computer and enter the below URL:
Click on Add your files. This will allows you to add your files and click send button then you will get 6 digits pin code which needs to enter from mobile.
Open dr fone which you have already installed in your mobile and click on receive button. It will ask you to enter the 6 digit pin code which is displaying on the computer.
This is the simplest way to transfer a files between PC and mobiles.
Apart from sharing and receiving the files it also has the following features:
You can backup your all contacts, messages, videos, audios, documents, etc.
If you are worried about the data loss then dr.fone will help you to manage your recently deleted photos and videos. You can find them here within 30 days only.
Additionally, it also has the root features also.
Thank you stay tuned for more updates.
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