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How to Transfer Photos from Android to Computer

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Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

Nowadays, more and more people are using Android phone or tablet as their primary mobile device. Of course, people prefer to take photos with their phones than professional cameras. They may take as much as a few gigabytes of photos in a day. Since most phones don't have much capacity as computer, you need to transfer your Android photos to computer. Is there a tool that can transfer photos between Android to computer easily?

In fact, there is already a photo transfer that can cover this problem – Android Transfer. Android Transfer is an easy-to-use photo manager that may help you transfer photos from Android to PC. With it, you can backup your photos in case of losing your data and share them with your friends or Facebook. You can also use this transfer to copy Android contacts to computer within only a few clicks. Now read and follow the guide below.
Android Transfer – the best way to backup Android photos to PC

You can easily transfer photos from Android to PC with this Android Transfer. The following tutorial demonstrates on Windows version. If you are using Mac, just take the similar steps.


Step 1 Install the Android Transfer
Run the software on your computer and connect your Android phone or tablet to computer with USB cable. The information of your device will be displayed as soon as it's detected, like the sample below.
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Step 2 Transfer photos from Android to computer
Click the Photos tab under your Android devices column. All the albums and photos are listed on the right window. Open the album then check the photos you want to backup. Click Export on the menu bar. Then navigate the path you desire to save. The program will begin to export photos after everything is checked. Remember to keep your device connect well.
transfer photos from android to pc
That's it! It's simple and easy. You don't even need to take your SD card out from your phone. Just one tool, you can backup and restore all the contents – contacts, SMS, music, videos and apps all in once. Click and try the mighty Android Transfer below.




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