Hello, Big Buddies! Of course we often transfer data from smartphones to PCs or laptops, right?. Whether it’s data in the form of photos, videos, or others. Indeed, there is a USB cable for transferring files from a smartphone to a PC or laptop. However, we can’t always rely on data cables. Given the long data transfer process, up to the risk of data transfer failure, if the cable is suddenly unplugged, we need to be careful.
Relax, because this time we will give you an alternative solution to move files from an android smartphone to a PC or laptop, without using a data cable. How could that be?. Of course, I can! let’s look at the 5 Android data transfer applications below.
Airdroid – via play.google.com
AirDroid is an application that you can use to transfer files from your smartphone to your PC or vice versa. AirDroid relies on the internet network to work.
Sweech uses FTP (File Transfer Protocol) technology to handle file transfers between devices, either from an Android smartphone to a PC or vice versa. Although it is an old technology, FTP is still reliable today. This app
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Amaze File Manager is actually a file manager application but has additional features that you can use to transfer files between devices. Still the same as Sweech, Amaze File Manager also uses FTP technology. This application also has an attractive appearance because it has adopted a material design display. You can download this application for free on Google Play.
Portal is a wireless file transfer app developed by the same developer as Pushbullet—a popular productivity app for android devices. With Portal, you can send files between devices over a wifi network, without the need to use a USB cable. Unlike
ShareIt was originally developed by Lenovo. ShareIt is a very powerful application used to transfer files between devices. You can transfer files either from android to android, android to iPhone, android to PC, or PC to android. The good news is, ShareIt is a free app. You can download it in each of your device’s app stores.
Well, those are 5 Android data transfer applications that you can use to transfer files from one device to another without using a USB cable at all. Are you interested in trying it? Or maybe you’ve already tried it?