Transferring files from one phone to another one by one can be time-consuming. Since Android devices use the same operating system (OS), transferring files between Android phones shouldn't be that difficult. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to allow for Android-to-Android file transfer quickly and easily, including using third-party transfer apps, Bluetooth, cloud storage services, and more. This article with discuss the various ways to transfer files from Android to Android wirelessly.
Coolmuster Mobile Transfer is a powerful file transfer program offering a user-friendly interface and fast and secure transfer of files from one phone to another. With it, you can transfer a variety of files, including music, apps, contacts, photos, and more, between Android phones with no data quality loss.
Moreover, with the program, you can transfer files across different platforms, such as iOS and Android. The program offers two connection options: USB Cable or Wi-Fi to transfer files between Android phones.
If you're on a budget or looking for a free tool to transfer files from Android to Android, Coolmuster Android Assistant is the top pick for most users. The free basic features are sufficient to conduct a relatively sufficient Android-to-Android file transfer. However, should you wish for enhanced features, the premium packages don't disappoint one bit.
Features of Coolmuster Mobile Transfer include:
Here are steps on how to transfer files from Android to Android using Coolmuster Mobile Transfer:
01Download, install, and fire up Coolmuster Mobile Transfer on your computer. Then, click Mobile Transfer to continue.
02With the onscreen prompts, enable USB Debugging on your Android Phones.
03For Android version 4.2 or later, click OK on your Android device to allow the application to access your device data. (You can't see the popup notification? Click Show Again or manually select MTP on your device.)
04Coolmuster Android Assistant will automatically be installed on your Android to establish a connection. Then, you'll be prompted to allow permissions on your Andriod; allow them, and click Confirm. If you are not prompted, click OK to proceed.
05When the two Android devices are connected to the app, select the desired files to transfer between the Android and click Start Copy to start sharing files from between Android phones.
There are many Android-to-Android file transfer applications on the market, and it can be quite confusing when it comes to deciding which application to transfer files. Here are some of the top apps to use to share files between Android phones.
Bluetooth - wireless transfer technology - is an in-built feature in phones, tablets, computers, etc., allowing for the transfer of files from one device to another. It is supported on various operating systems, including Android, Windows, and more. Using Bluetooth to share files between Android phones isn't difficult.
Here are step-by-step instructions on how to transfer files from Android to Android using Bluetooth:
Step 1: On your Android devices, drag down the notification panel and turn on Bluetooth on your Android device. On one of your Android devices, click on the other Android device. Then click OK on both devices to authorize the paring request.
Step 2: On the source Android device, select the files you want to share. Then select Share, click the Bluetooth icon, and select the destination Android device. On the destination Android device, click OK to accept to receive files, initiating the Bluetooth file transfer.
Xender is a versatile cross-platform file-sharing application that allows users to transfer various types of files between iOS, Windows, and Android. The app is renowned for its high-speed file transfer capacity and user-friendly interface, making it an ideal option to share folders from Android to Android.
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to share files from one phone to another with Xender:
Step 1: Go to the Google Play Store and install the Xender app, then install and fire up the apps on your Android phones. On your source Android device, at the bottom of your screen, click Send and set up the app as asked.
Step 2: The app will activate the hotspot on your device then you'll see a QR code displayed on your screen.
Step 3: On the other Android device, at the top right corner, click the Menu button. From the drop-down menu, click Scan Connect and scan the QR code to link to the source Android device. You'll see a notification to turn on the Wi-Fi; allow it. Your Android devices will be connected.
Step 4: Browse through the files. Mark the ones you want to share. Click Send to share files between Android phones.
Mi Drop is a versatile file transfer application that uses Wi-Fi Direct technology, allowing users to seamlessly transfer files between Android phones - without an active Internet connection.
Here are step-by-step instructions on how to share files between two Android phones using Mi Drop:
Step 1: Go to the Google Play Store and download the Mi Drop Application. Then, install and launch Mi Drop on the other Android devices.
Step 2: Open the Mi Drop app on your source Android. Click Send. Select the file transfer you want to transfer.
Step 3: Open the Mi Drop app on the other phone and click Receive. On your source Android, the recipient's name will appear; click on it. Then click OK on the recipient Android to accept incoming files.
Google Drive is a widely used cloud-based file management platform. It allows users to stow files securely in the cloud, access them from any device with an active internet connection, and easily share files with others. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to share files between Android phones using Google Drive:
Step 1: Go to Play Store and download the Google Drive App; install and open the app on your Android devices. Then, sign in to Google Drive on your Android devices.
Step 2: Click the Plus icon, then click Upload and select the files you share with the other Android device. Then, click Upload to import the selected files to Google Drive.
Step 3: Select the upload file and click Share. Add the recipient's Gmail account, change the sharing permission setting, enter a message, and click Send. Also, you can copy the link of the file and share it with other Android devices by clicking the Copy link option.
Step 4: On the destination Android, open the email notification and click the link to access the transfer file via Google Drive.
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SHAREit is a popular file-sharing application that allows users to transfer various types of files between different devices, primarily smartphones and computers. The app has gained widespread popularity for its fast transfer speed, ease of use, and cross-platform compatibility.
Here's a step-by-step guide on how to transfer files from one phone to another using SHAREit:
Step 1: On your Android devices, go to Play Store and download and install SHAREit.
Step 2: Launch the app on your source Android and click Send. Then, select the files you want to share with the other Android device.
Step 3: On your recipient Android device, launch the app and click Receive; make a connection to share files between the two Android phones.
There are many applications on the market to transfer files from Android to Android, but among the many applications, the applications mentioned above are the most popular and efficient for Android-to-Android file transfer - not forgetting Bluetooth.
However, an alternative to consider is a third-party software, Coolmuster Mobile Transfer, to transfer files from Android to Android fast and securely in an easy click-through process.
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