howtogeek — 2013-06-10T17:28:22-04:00 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/165017/how-to-share-data-and-files-between-your-android-phone-and-pc/
Android doesn’t have an iTunes-like desktop program, so the process of syncing your data may not be as obvious as it is with an iPhone. However, you don’t need a desktop syncing app — even iPhone users are leaving iTunes behind.
cnlson — 2013-06-11T00:11:52-04:00 — #2
es file explorer does local file, network, and cloud. It is my one stop for those three.
since i have a gsg3 i can use kiis but airdroid is much faster and easier and does multiple file transfer better. and that is what i use if at a friends house.
with es file on my home network i simply search for a shared folder on the computer i want the file on and copy or move it. it can also grab files and move or copy them from the shared folder as well and at top speed on my network.
nsdcars5 — 2013-06-11T04:04:19-04:00 — #3
Chrome syncs all my data. For the rest,
adb push and
cybersun — 2013-06-11T14:25:33-04:00 — #4
Ok I found ES EXPLORER in the GOOGLE PLAY STORE, but the SWIFTP is not showing up. I had to download it for its WEB SITE on the internet. Is this the right way to proceed? Or is there a way to find it on GOOGLE PLAY STORE? So that it would download directly on my Tablet?
dongateley — 2013-06-12T00:24:14-04:00 — #5
Odd that you don't know about standard SMB network drive sharing. There are lots of SMB clients for Android. After starting one your Android device can be opened like any other network drive with Explorer on Windows or Finder on Mac. Nothing could be easier or more natural.
geek — 2014-06-12T17:56:36-04:00 — #8
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