Q: I have the hobby which is to arrange the files on my Samsung Galaxy S9, but as time passed by, the data has taken up so much memory that the best way is to transfer them to the computer as backup. But I don't know how to transfer photos from Android to PC. So I'm wondering whether you guys have some good ideas. Thank you so much if you could give me some advice on this. - From Android Support Forum
Which file on your Android phone will occur to you first if you have the need to transfer to the computer to release the space? Obviously they must be the photos and videos, right? How to transfer photos from Android to computer, for instance? Or if there are some nice pictures on your computer, you may want to import them to your Android phone. Well, you've come to the right place. This article will offer you some useful ways to sync photos from Android phone to computer.
Android Mobile Manager could be your best choice to transfer photos from Android to computer and import photos from computer to Android with ease. In addition to photos, other data like apps, text messages, contacts, music and videos can be transferred between Android phones and computer. Moreover, you can edit, add or delete the contacts and text messages in this program according to your needs.
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You can choose the right version that matches your computer to give it a free try.
[Steps] How to Transfer Photos from Android Phone to Computer?
Step 1. Connect your Android smart phone to the computer via a USB cable, turn to your Android phone to tick USB debugging opened and click Next to install USB driver on your PC. Then the software will detect your Android phone accordingly.
Step 2. As you can see, the data on your Android phone are divided into categories on the left side menu. You can choose the Photo folder and click Phone Gallery to let the program scan your phone for all the photos .
Step 3. Mark the photos on the right panel or tick the Select All option and then click Export to sync photos from Android phone to computer.
> You can click the Import button to sync the photos on the computer to Android phone
> You can also go through "Super Toolkit" - "Backup" - Tick off "Photos" - "Back Up" to backup photos from Android to PC with one click.
The most direct and easiest way to move photos between Android phone and computer is to copy and paste the pictures. To complete this process, you only need to simply drop and drag the wanted images and it just requires a USB cable. You can:
Step 1. Use a USB cable to link your Android phone to computer.
Step 2. Unlock the phone and select "Transfer files" (MTP) / "Transfer photos" (PTP) from the "Use USB to" notification.
Step 3. Once the computer detects your phone, you can click on My Computer to find out your device.
Step 4. Now you can simply tap on your device and double-click to open the "DCIM" folder or picture folder.
Step 5. Open the "Camera" folder and select the pictures you want to transfer to your computer by pressing Ctrl+C or Ctrl+A+C.
Note: For important files, we don't recommend using the "Cut" (Ctrl + X) action. Avoid loss of important photos and videos due to errors in the transfer process. We recommend that you use the copy and paste method (Ctrl + C) to ensure that the file has been safely copied to your computer before deleting the file on the source.
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Google Drive is another good tool to achieve Android photo transfer to computer. This cloud storage service is compatible with almost all the Android models and it is very easy to use. Now you can go with the steps below to have a try first:
Step 1. Launch Google Drive on your phone and then enter your Google account to login to the service.
Step 2. Tap on the "+" icon from the menu and then elect the Upload from the listed options.
Step 3. After that, a window with several categories will pop up. You can select Images or Gallery to view the pictures on your device.
Step 4. Finally, you just need to tick the photos that you want to sync and hit Done to begin the transferring process.
Once the moving process is completed, you can download and view the uploaded pictures anytime and anywhere as long as you connect your device to a usable network connection. And also, you can sign in your account on computer to export the photos on computer to your mobile phone.
There are many other cloud storage server you can use to sync the photos like OneDrive, Samsung Cloud and so on. You can select the one you like to move and backup the wanted files as well.
Google Photos is a handy Android app that can be installed on both desktop and mobile devices. It automatically syncs and stores all the photos and videos taken with the camera, allowing you to view your photos from anywhere, no matter where you are. So, how to transfer pictures from Android to computer via Google Photos? Please read the steps listed below:
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How to send pictures from phone to computer without USB cable? WiFi File Transfer is a good app. You can find it on Google Play and download it to your phone.
Step 1. Set up the app
In general, you don't need to change the settings, you can start by clicking the "Start" button. But for security reasons, we recommend that you click "Access Password" to set a password.
Step 2. Start Android picture transfer
After pressing the "Start" button, a window will pop up showing the IP address. You will need to enter this IP address into your web browser on your computer. And this is how to move photos from Android to PC by using WiFi File Transfer.
As you can see, there are many ways to solve the problem of how to import pictures from phone to computer. This article summarizes five common and useful ways to make Android photo transfer easy without unnecessary operations. Among them, Android Mobile Manager has become the most popular tool because of its powerful features and easy-to-understand operations. You can download it and try it for free. If you encounter any difficulties or have any supplements to this guide, please leave a message to us.
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