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How to transfer file between PC except using Bluetooth?

Nov 27, 2019 12:25AM PST

I wanted to transfer all my data from old pc to my new android phone. Is there any way to clone all data that I have right now to the new phone. Do you guys can suggest me any software?

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Re: transfer files
Nov 27, 2019 4:38AM PST

Connect the phone via USB and use File Explorer to copy.

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If I understand the question.....
Nov 27, 2019 5:27AM PST

....you want to use the phone like an external drive to copy the files from the PC to the phone's internal memory.

Not sure you can do that. If your computer has an SD card reader, that would be an option. If your computer does not, you can by a USB adapter on the cheap that would allow you to do so.

Just keep in mind that most cell phones don't have the same storage capacity of newer PCs.

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Transfer files without Bluetooth
Nov 27, 2019 9:08PM PST

You can transfer files using Cloud Services like dropbox and use tools like AnyTrans for Android to transfer via wifi. If not you can use USB to transfer files.

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