Files By Google, SHAREit, Xender and Zapya are the most popular File Transfer & Sharing apps. We can easily transfer and share Videos, Audios, Photos and files with our friends. It is a faster way to share data because if we transfer data via Bluetooth, it takes much time. But when we transfer same data using WiFi, then the data can be transferred up to 10 times faster. Therefore, in place of Bluetooth, these file sharing app are being used much.
How Files By Google, SHAREit, Xender, and Zapya file sharing apps transfer the data?
These apps use Smartphone and Laptop-PC WiFi and WiFi Hotspot connection and transfer the data with the fastest speed. For example: If you are sending a file to your friend’s smartphone, Your smartphone app shares your data via WiFi hotspot and your friend smartphone app receives data via WiFi.
- Share or transfer files from one device to another without WIFI and Bluetooth.
- Send-receive files from one device to another if the friend is not near to you.
SHAREit, Xender, and Zapya connection problem?
These are the best file transfer software’s-apps for iPhone, Android and Laptop-PC (Windows, iOS) and the two devices can be easily connected to file sharing. But sometimes it happens that your file sharing app doesn’t connect to other device and app sharing connection remains stuck. So you think your phone is having some problem, but it is not a phone problem.
If Files By Google, SHAREit, Xender and Zapya file transfer, sharing the connection is stuck. And after trying many attempt devices are not making the connection with each other. But it is not the phone problem, It may be due to the following reason:
- You’ll need to use the same app on both devices. It means If you are sharing data via SHAREit File transfer sharing app then use SHAREit in both of devices. One sharing app will not work with other.
- If you want to receive any file from your friends Mobile then double check your Mobile storage or Micro SD card storage. There is sufficient storage available or not. If the phone storage doesn’t have required file size space then the file will be not transferred.
- Before using these apps first disable your Mobile Data connection, WiFi, and WiFi hotspot and after that start these apps otherwise your app file sharing connection will not work.
- Today mostly smartphones come with dual band WiFi technology, so we can easily connect and share the data between those devices that come with dual band 2GHz and 5GHz frequency support. If one mobile 5GHz and other support 2GHz then those mobile can’t be connected and also will not be discoverable to each other. Hence, you always must check that both smartphones that your going to connect via Shareit, Zapya, Xender or Files by Google, should be running on same frequency.
- Both devices that you are pairing must have same version, means if you are using Xender 452 version then other mobile must have Xender 452. It doesn’t always create problem but you should check this, if nothing is working for you.
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Disable Mobile data, WiFi (WLAN), WiFi Hotspot:
- Disable Cellular data (Internet data connection): Check your internet connection is disabled or not. If it is enabled then first disable it. Go to Smartphone Settings>> Data Usage>>Cellular data.
- Disable WiFi (WLAN): Go to Smartphone Settings>>WiFi or WLAN.
- Disable WiFi hotspot: Goto Smartphone Settings>>More>> Tethering and Portable devices>>WiFi hotspot.
- Alternatively, You can check Mobile data, WiFi and Hotspot status via Quick access widget shortcut bar.
Note: Must check the app has permission to use WiFi
This is most important thing, and the latest Android version comes with advanced security, which may prevent unauthorized access to all permission. By mistake, if you disallowed any permission that Shareit, Zapya, Xender or Files by Google had asked and pressed ‘NO’ button. Then it simply will never connect to other smartphone. So you can check that the file sharing app must have necessary permission to share the data with other phone. Learn more: How to Manage App Permissions on Android.
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