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How to Transfer Photos Between Android Phone and Computer

An increasing number of people like using their Andoid cell phone to take photos due to the convenience to carry around. Fewer and fewer people would like to use cameras nowadays under some circumstances. Since the storage of a cell phone is limited, when there is no more space, you may want to release some. So before you do this, you may want to make some backup. Then how to transfer photos from Android to computer as backup? How to import them from your computer to your Android cell phone? Have you had any obstacles to do it? Don't be worried about it, after reading this article. You will find it quite easy to copy or transfer the photos as well as other files from your phone to computer and import them to your cell phone.

Among all types of the photo sync software, I want to recommend this one for all you Android users: MobiKin Assistant for Android (Windows & Mac). People who have used this software all speak highly of it because it empowers Android users with the ability to transfer not only photos from their cell phone to PC, but it can also help you sync and copy videos, contacts and apps and so on from computer to cell phone. And it only takes you a few seconds to accomplish these steps. Furthermore, as long as your cell phone has Android operating system such as HTC, Samsung, Motorola, Sony, ZTE, LG and Huawei, etc, they are all compatible with this software.

Now you can download a free trial version to try first and start to transfer your photos between your Android cell phone and computer. There are two different versions, and you can choose the right one that matches you PC system. I will show you how to use the Windows version, and for Mac users, the steps are similar. Let's begin. 

Steps to Transfer Photos from Computer to Android Phone or from Android to PC

Step 1: Connect Android Phone to Your PC

First of all, connect your Android phone to your PC via USB cable and then run the program. If you have installed the USB driver before, the software can recognize your phone quickly. If you didn't finish this, you may have to follow the steps to install the USB driver first before you move on.
- For Android OS 2.0-2.3, enter Setting->Application->Development->USB Debugging;
- For Android OS 3.0-4.1, enter Setting->Developer Options-> USB Debugging;
- For Android OS 4.2 or later, enter Setting-> Developer Options, (If you did not find the Developer Options, go to About Device, and tap "Build number" 7 times in rapid succession then back to the Setting page, and then you will find it.), turn on Developer Options->USB Debugging.

When it's done, tick "USB Debugging Opened" and click "Next" shown on the interface below.

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Then you will see the detailed parameter of your Android phone such as model, system version, power and storage displayed in the popped up window like this.

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Step 2. Preview and Transfer Photos Between Android Phone and Computer

Click the category "Photo" on top of the window and you will see the the brief information on the left panel. Then click" Phone Gallery" to preview the photos stored on your Android phone. Tick what you want to transfer and hit "Export" to copy these photos to your computer. Besides, you can also drag some photos from your PC to your Android photo by clicking "Import".

Congratulations! Now you have successfully managed to transfer photos between your Android cell phone and computer. It's not as difficult as you thought it would be, right? In addition to photos, other files like contacts, books, videos and apps can also be transferred freely within several clicks. So get this photo sync software to manage your Android phone systematically.

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