File sharing from one device to another device is now a very easy task. Today many technologies are coming in the smartphone that can transfer data from one device to another at the unbelievable speed. From them, WiFi (Hotspot, WiFi Direct) and Bluetooth are mainly used.
When we talk about popularity then we all only prefer to use WiFi technology. And after that Bluetooth is widely used. But what you’ll do if these two methods are not working on your device.
We share our favorite music, videos, movies, and document files using WiFi and Bluetooth. And plenty of applications is also available in Android-Google Play Store and iPhone-iTunes store with that you can easily transfer your files. In case these two technologies are not working on your Smartphone or Device then you can use following methods:
A USB cable always comes with your Smartphone, USB cable helps you to charge your device and along with this, you can connect your device to PC-Laptop. So it will also help you to transfer your device data files to PC-Laptop and after that those file can be transferred to another device by using same Copy-paste command.
Memory or SD card:
Today mostly Smartphone offers memory card or SD card slots. If your files are stored on the SD card then you can remove the SD card from your phone and insert into another phone, after that all the files can be copied to another phone internal memory.
USB Device + OTG:
OTG (On The Go) is a feature, comes in the most Android phones. If the feature is available on your phone then a USB device or USB flash drive can be connected to the phone using OTG cable. Once you connect all the phone saved data can be copied to the USB Device.
NFC (Near Field Communication):
NFC (Near Field Communication) is a short-range communication technology, It has the ability to exchange data between two devices under the 10 cm distance. An NFC-powered device can exchange the data from one Smartphone to another NFC-enabled device. So you can transfer your Phone data, can make digital transactions such as bills and Credit card-Debit card payments at a higher grade security.
This method works great when someone is not near to you. If the device is not near then you can use your Internet data such as 3G, 4G LTE or if you are on PC-Laptop then your Broadband Internet can be used for file transferring.
For transferring any type of media or document file you can use Instant messaging app that supports file transferring features such as WhatsApp and Hike messenger, Email service, and social media platform. If you’re sending a big file that can’t be sent via an instant messenger or email then you can upload it on file-sharing site or on your Google Drive and Dropbox account. And later then you can share your uploaded file link to other peoples.
Along with these, you can use Send Anywhere Android and iPhone app. To easily transfer your files from one place to another place using your Internet data, you’ll need to just share your link with your friend and your friend can download the file directly from their PC or Android browser.
Let share with me, which method you’re using to transfer data from one device to another device.