Remove Old Videos from Android Phone/Tablet
Problems we may encounter when deleting videos from Android device directly
Despite all the reasons for deleting the old videos from your Android device, you may have a lot of challenges deleting the files. This is so, especially when you are deleting duplicate, old and needless videos. You may delete even the videos that you wanted to retain. This is because some of the processes may not allow for selective deletion. Another problem is because of file reappearance: most are times when you delete the old videos, only to realize that they are still in your phone after some time. This happens especially when you have synchronized your phone with other devices or accounts. Then, is there any easy and fast solution to help us remove unwanted and old video files from any Android mobile phone or tablet?
You can't miss the MobiKin Assistant for Android or Assistant for Android (Mac Version), which is a professional Android data manager application for all Android users to import, export, delete and edit Android files on PC or Mac computer directly. The application should also be in a position to scan all your files so that you will be in a position to selectively remove the old videos. You can use the program to remove not only videos, but also contacts, text messages, photos, music, apps and more from Android device. Assistant for Android also enables you to backup Android data on computer, and even restore the backup file back to your Android device. It is 100% secure so you do not need to worry about data loss problem.
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The following are 3 steps for you to delete old video files from your Android devices, such as Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Sony, Huawei, ZTE, Google Nexus, etc.. You can download the free trial version of the Android videos remover to have a try.
How to Delete Video Files from Android Device?
1. Launch this Android video remover
Launch the downloaded and installed Mobikin Assistant for Android on your computer and connect your Android mobile phone or tablet to the same computer via a USB cable. The Assistant for Android will detect the connected device.
2. Enable USB debugging on your phone
If you haven't enabled the USB debugging on your phone, the Android data managing tool will be failed to detect your phone. Therefore, you have to follow the instructions below to open USB debugging on your phone.
For Android 2.3 or older, Go: "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging".
For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
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"
3. Start to remove old videos from your Android
All your Android files are scanned and displayed in categories. Click on the "Videos" category to show all the video files on the right side window. Select the ones you want to delete and click Delete button to remove them from your Android device.
All the selected video files will be deleted within one click. Isn't it pretty simple?