How to Transfer Photos Between Samsung and Computer
Q: Yesterday I download some game apps on my Samsung Galaxy S4, suddenly the screen became white. I was wondering if there might be a virus attack and I immediately checked my photo gallary. Thank god the photos were still there 'cause some of them have some special meanings for me and I really cherish them. So I want to back the photos up to my computer in case the same thing happened. How to do it? I wish somebody can help. Appreciate that.
Virus attack often happens to cell phone, especially Android phone. When you download some apps on your Samsung cell phone, other collateral apps may also be saved on it. And it has increased the risk greatly that your phone will be attacked by some malicious virus. To prevent this kind of thing from happening and protect the data on your cell phone, you need to transfer them to back them up on the computer. So you could use transfer software to help you do that. But the market is full of different backup program that you will be confused about which one to choose. To save your time and make sure that you get the best software, I've selected the most useful one for you. Here it is: MobiKin Samsung Photo Transfer or Samsung Photo Transfer for Mac. With its help, you can copy or sync photos between Samsung and PC freely. Not only photos, this software helps you export and import other files like contacts, apps, music and music, too.
This program is compatible with Samsung Galaxy Note series. And other brand cell phone like HTC, Motorola, Sony, Huawei are all supported due to the wide range of compatibility of the software. You can download a free trail version below to have a try first and see the detailed instructions in the following parts.
Easy Way to Transfer Photos from Samsung to Computer or from PC to Samsung
First, install the software and launch it before you connect your Samsung Galaxy Note to your computer via USB cable. Make sure you have installed the USB driver so that it can identify your Samsung cell phone. Then you can see the parameter shown on the interface below.
If it fails, don't be concerned, you can follow the steps next and install the USB driver and continue.
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging".
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
After you enable the USB debugging, tick "USB debugging opened" and "Next" to start scanning your Samsung cell phone. When it's done, the categories will be listed on top of the menu such as apps, music, photo, video, book, files, contacts and tasks.
Second, click the "Photo" folder on the top. Choose "Phone Gallery" to preview the photos of your Samsung cell phone. You can transfer photos between your Samsung Galaxy and computer by clicking "Import" and "Export" buttons easily.
In addition to the photos, you can also transfer other data between your Samsung cell phone and computer such as video, book, and contacts, etc. Download the software from now on and you can manage the files of your Samsung devices on your PC as much as you can.