Sync Samsung Photos/Videos/Music to Computer with Samsung Kies
Many Samsung users are searching for a professional yet simple-to-used Samsung phone data manager program to help them manage your Samsung device on computer. To satisfy your demand, Samsung company introduces you the Samsung Kies, which enables you to manage the data stored in your Samsung Galaxy phones conveniently. It is important to note that there are several different versions of Kies available online that users can access when they need them. Each of which can be distinguished by both the type of device used and the OS version. Kies can be used in for a number of different things including data backup, data transfers, upgrades of device firmware and operating systems and other functionalities. And here, we show you how to sync media files between Samsung and computer with Kies.
Part 1: Sync Samsung Media Files to Computer with Samsung Kies
Part 2: Transfer Media Files between Samsung and Computer with Android Assistant
Part 3: Transfer Photos/Videos/Music between Samsung and Computer with Mobile Transfer
Step 1: Add Photos, videos and music to the Library
Launch Samsung Kies on your computer and choose a data category. Here, we take "Music" category as an example. After selecting "Music" in the left Library column, you can click the "+" button from top to add music files from your local folders to the Kies Library. After all the selected music files have been added, you can check them in the Library.
Note: You can add videos and photos to Library in the same way.
Step 2: Sync Samsung Galaxy with music, photos and videos from Library
Plug your Samsung Galaxy phone into the computer. Click the "Sync" panel at the top of the interface and scroll down to tick the items in the Multimedia section. After that, you can press the button of "Sync" at the top-right corner to begin to sync the media files to your Samsung Galaxy phone. After a few while, you can check the files in your phone.
A professional Android data manager tool like Coolmuster Android Assistant or Coolmuster Android Assistant for Mac can help you manage not only your Samsung Galaxy, but also other Android devices on computer with ease. With it, you can: manage text messages on Android, transfer Android contacts to computer, transfer media files between Android and computer and install or uninstall Android apps on computer. For this topic, we focuses on how to sync media files between Samsung and computer by using Android Assistant.
Step 1: Download, install and run the Coolmuster Android Assistant on your computer. Connect your Samsung phone to the computer and wait for it to be detected by the Android Assistant. Then, you can see its interface like following picture:
Step 2: Choose the file types you want to manage from the left side menu of the software. Here, we set Photos category as example. Click to choose the "Photos" category, and click "Add" option from top menu to import photos from computer to phone, and click "Export" button to transfer photos from your Samsung phone to computer.
To transfer media files between Samsung and computer, you can try another phone transfer tool like Coolmuster Mobile Transfer or Mobile Transfer for Mac. It can not only transfer data from one phone to another phone, but also allows you to backup Samsung and other Android phone data on computer, and restore the backed up files from computer to your phone. The guide in the below will tell you the detailed instructions:
Step 1: Run the Mobile Transfer on your computer, connect your Samsung mobile phone to the computer with a USB cable. Then, the program will detect the Samsung device soon.
Step 2: Choose "Backup on Computer" option from the program interface to enter the data backup window. Choose "Videos", "Music" and "Photos" simultaneously and click "Start" button to sync them to the computer.
Step 3: To sync media files from computer to your Samsung, you should choose "Restore to Phone" option from the primary interface of the program. All the backup records you have ever made will be popped up soon. Just select the backed up media files you want restore to the Samsung phone and click the "Start" button.