If you are a first time user of Android mobile or tablet then you most likely feel some basic problem like you have when you use a new Operating System first time. Android is an OS and despite having similarities with other popular OS, there is many things you should know first such as transferring data through USB port.
The easiest way that we used to transfer data from our computer is USB transfer. The task is simple, use the stock USB cable to connect your phone with your computer. Then what? You won’t see any new massage pop up in front of your screen that you used to see in your Nokia handset. Your computer won’t show any driver, if shown then you won’t access it. What’s the problem then? In Android OS dealing with USB is little different but simple.
You first need to make sure your phone USB transfer is enabled. Now, after connecting your Android handset with your computer do the following.
Guide to transfer data via USB port in Android mobile
1. Once you successfully connect your mobile phone with computer, you will see a USB icon at notification bar.
2. Now drag the notification bar down and then tap on USB connected.
3. A screen with Android-USB icon will come up with some related information. Tap on Connect storage to PC and then tap on OK.
4. Wait few seconds and your computer now have access to your SD card data. Tap on Disconnect storage from PC to disconnect USB transfer.
See, it’s very easy! Isn’t it? You probably noticed that your mobile battery also get charge while USB cable is connected. In our next article, we will talk about WiFi transfer.