Transferring Files in Android is quite easy but new users might find it difficult and not all video converters supports all Video Formats to be converted. The reason to write this article on Transferring Files in Android is due to request from an user of this website and another regular user read our guide on Full Screen Video on Android but unfortunately find difficulty in converting some video files.
Transferring Files in Android
Transferring Files in Android is quite easy. Your Android device will come with a data cable, whose one side is micro USB (or proprietary) and this is the side which you will insert in the appropriate slot of your Android device. Your instruction manual will have directions for it.
Other side is the USB part for connecting to your Computer. Be it a Mac or PC, the essential method for Transferring Files in Android is the same. For modern computers, no special software is needed for Transferring Files in Android. Switch On your Android device and Computer and plug in the data cable’s both end’s rightly to Transferring Files in Android. Your Android device will give prompt whether to active the SD card to be act as removable device. Unless you are tapping the prompt indicating positive, you will not be able to proceed for transferring Files in Android, because by default only the SD card will be recognized by the computer. Usually it will open by your file explorer and you can easily drag and drop the files intended for transferring Files in Android. Always close the window and remove it from computer’s Operating System end and from Android for disconnection.
I am able for Transferring Files in Android but some video files can not be recognized
Some video files can not be recognized. One one them is dat file. It is actually data file format of Windows era and still used for usually low resolution videos. There is a free software named Free Studio Manager, which can handle most formats, which our previously mentioned Freemake Video Converter might not recognize.
So, we hope that, you will not have problem with both Transferring Files in Android and Supported Video Formats anymore.