Tutorial to Copy Videos from HTC One to Computer or Mac
With high technology, HTC is becoming one of the most competitive smart phone brands on the market. Taking HTC One as an example, it has lots of advantages that make consumers choose it such as the 4G technology. Although the technology is still relatively new, HTC is one of the first manufacturers to produce cell phones that can work on a 4G network. This allows the HTC cell phone to have blazing speed that greatly exceeds the speed of 3G devices. As most of people care about, the display screen and the camera is one of the most important. The HTC One features a 4.7-inch 1080P HD display which equals to the same resolution as most HDTVs. That is to say, HTC offers a larger and higher resolution screen that doesn’t sacrifice quality for size. And it has larger pixels camera for users to have a premium experience in taking photos and recording videos. Moreover, the media centers make listing to music and watching movies simple and enjoyable. In many models, the internal memory can be expanded with an SD card which makes it possible to store additional videos, photos, and other media on the device. But if you want to share these videos with your friends, you need to transfer them to the computer. It is obvious that you can't just manage to do it with a simple USB cable. How to copy the videos from HTC One cell phone to PC successfully? Keep reading and you will find the answers.
Guidance to Copy Videos from HTC to Computer
There is a wonderful program called MobiKin HTC Video Assistant (Windows & Mac). With the aid of it, you can copy or sync the videos from your HTC One to computer freely. Besides, other files like music, photos, contacts and apps are also included.
HTC Video Transfer Assistant Software
MobiKin HTC Video Assistant is a third party tool which is used to move videos from HTC One or other models to personal computer. Other Android operating system devices are compatible with it. Here are two free trial versions: Windows version and Mac version. Both of them are available.
Step 1 Link HTC to Computer and Enable USB Debugging
Launch the program first, and connect HTC to the computer via USB cable. Then enable the USB debugging as follows. If you have opened the USB debugging, you can skip this part.
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".
Step 2 Install the USB Driver
Tick "USB debugging opened" and click "Next". Then the software will start detecting your HTC cell phone and it will inform you that it is downloading and installing the USB driver on your computer. After downloading the driver successfully, a window will pop up to install the driver. You can follow the instructions on the main interface. When the program inform you that the installation of the USB driver is completed, you can click "Finish" button and you can move to the next step.
Step 3 Preview the HTC Data
After the steps above are completed, the software will detect and scan your data on HTC device. Then the information of it will be shown on the window such as the model, system version, storage and the files. Preview them and continue.
Step 4 Transfer the Videos
Click the "Video" folder on the top menu and click the "Video" file on the left column. The items of the videos will be displayed on the right side. Mark those you need and hit "Export" button to transfer them to your computer. Besides, you can click "Import" to sync the videos from the computer to your HTC device as well. Check the picture by clicking it beside.