How to move files on Android?
Platform "Android" (Android) favorably differsfrom iOS in that it gives much more opportunities for managing files. In this article, we'll show you how to move files on "Android" through a computer or directly on a smartphone / tablet using third-party applications.
How to move files through a computer
Plus "Android" is that when you connect toThe smartphone / tablet is recognized as a normal flash drive. True, many manufacturers still offer to use their own proprietary utilities to synchronize with the computer, so by default the mode of operation as an external drive can be disabled in Android.
- To enable it in the "Android" versions 2.1-2.3.7, open the smartphone / tablet "Settings", go to the "For Developers" section and select the "Debug USB" checkbox. Click "OK" in the notification that appears.
- In "Android" versions 4.0-4.1.2, find the "More" in the "Settings", and in it - the "USB utility" section. In the "USB Mass Storage Device" item, click the "Connect USB Mass Storage Device" button.
- Finally in the "Android" version 4.2 and above open the "About phone / tablet" in the "Settings", select the most recent item "Build number" in it and repeatedly click on it. After seven clicks, the "Developer Options" menu item should appear. Click "OK", go to this section and enable debugging by USB.
Now you can connect the device to the computerby USB. After connecting, press the USB connection icon on the smartphone / tablet and select the "USB connection established" option. In the opened dialog box, click the "Enable USB storage" button and confirm the operation by clicking "OK" in the notification that appears.
After that, the smartphone / tablet will be available in Windows Explorer as a normal external drive. You can drag files onto it, move them from the folder to the folder and generally do anything.
Applications for moving files
Moving files on the tablet with "Android" can andwithout using a computer. It's enough to install on the device one of the file managers, widely represented on Google Play. Among the most popular applications of this kind are ASTRO File Manager, ES File Explorer, File Expert and many others. Choose to your taste!