Since file transfer has become very common among devices many have dedicated years to perfect it because files grow in size annually, some images are heavier than others depending on the quality of the camera we use, heavier files need to be transferred with greater speed without losing quality. Technology has helped to improve many methods of file transfer, If you remember, we once used to transfer files through infrared and the method involved us placing two phones side by side with their infrared screens facing each other, a method which looked kind of outdated but worked.
With the arrival of Bluetooth, file transfer between phones has become more advanced, it is no longer necessary to keep phones stuck to each other, we only need to have them within a certain range and the files will be transferred. This technology has also been implemented in other devices today, Wearables are the best example of how Bluetooth can be used to connect to a smartphone or other devices. Intelligent watches connect via Bluetooth to receive notifications and display them on their screens, Bluetooth enabled headsets are connected to smartphones to receive music that is being played and they can also be used to connect to video game consoles to enable players to communicate with each other.
Transferring files between SmartPhone/PC
The easiest way to transfer files between your smartphone and a PC is via USB cable, however there are many other techniques which do not involve the use of a cable, If you have a very fast internet connection you can transfer files via Wi- Fi in a simpler way, with a more pleasant graphical interface and without the need to close other applications on your smartphone in order to receive them. Here In Vofeel we will show you some of the platforms you can use to send files between these devices:
Air Droid (Android)
If you want a complete platform there exists AirDroid, It is available only for Android devices and it enables files to be transferred via Wi-Fi without the need for a cable. The only requirement is that the computer and smartphone are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
- Download, install and launch the AirDroid app.
- Press enter or skip this step if you do not have an account.
- Copy the IP address displayed in the introduction of AirDroid
- On the PC, start a web browser and enter the IP address that was
displayed in the AirDroid application
The Air Droid interface
In the AirDroid interface we can view text messages, transfer files using the Files option, review contacts, images and even take screen captures. An excellent tool that we can enjoy just by having a web browser on our PC and a smartphone with Android operating system, It is as simple as entering the IP address and begin transferring files.