It is enjoyable to buy and have a smartphone. You could text your friends, make a phone call, take pictures, watch a video, play games, and download anything. Well, every device must have limited storage so that you need to delete some files. Yet, what if all your files including pictures are important? Then, why don’t you transfer pictures from galaxy s20 to computer? You might get your storage empty while you could still keep and save your pictures. In this time, today, we are going to discuss how I transfer pictures from my Samsung to my computer so that you could try it yourself easily. Let’s check it out for further info below!
There are three ways to transfer not only pictures but also other files from your Galaxy S20 to your PC. What are they? Let’s take a look at them in the following details below!
Transfer Pictures from Galaxy S20 to Computer Using USB Type-C cable
This first way may be the easiest option for you. You just need to connect your USB Type-C cable to the computer. Remember, you need to use the OEM USB Type-C cable from Samsung. Soon, there will be notification pops up. It asks you what to do.
You could select ‘charge this device’ if you want to recharge the battery or tap ‘transfer files’ from enabling you to transfer files on your devices. You may also choose’ transfer photos’ if you want to transfer pictures only.
Transferring by Using Bluetooth
If your computer has a Bluetooth feature, you just need to connect it to your Bluetooth device. This is more efficient because you do not need a USB cable. Make sure to turn on the Bluetooth both on your computer and your smartphone.
Let you use certain applications to export pictures from your device to your computer. Usually, people would likely download ‘PanFone Manager, PanFone Data Transfer, and Dropbox’. These three applications are very popular among people. If you want to know more about these three apps, you could read our articles about them on this web.
Finally, those three ways to transfer pictures to the PC must be similar to all Android devices. SO, which way do you want to choose? Do you want to try option one, two, or three? Well, it is up to you as well as you could do it. Happy trying! Let’s discuss how to transfer pictures from iPhone device next time!