How to synchronize your Android device with Windows 10
Today we can transfer files from smartphones and tablets to the PC without the need for a physical connection between the devices. But there are still people who prefer to use cables.
Whatever your preference, however, you can synchronize your files quickly and easily. Check out these few ways to sync Android with Windows 10.
This is perhaps the easiest way to move your files from the Android device to a computer that runs Windows 10 or vice versa. However, you will need a microUSB cable or USB Type C cable to connect your device to your computer.
OneDrive is cloud storage service from Microsoft. Already some manufacturers of Android start to include the service in their phones by default, in addition to office tools from Google. OneDrive has become very easy to use service. Just sign in and you’ll have access to all your stuff wherever you go.
No need to present Dropbox, because the service has long been known to consumers. Now his application for Windows 10, however, offers and automatically upload photos to the cloud, Dropbox also works very well with Android. Dropbox offers free 2GB of storage space, but you can get 1TB space for $9.99 per month.
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