Moving Media to Android Phones
Android phones are getting more and more popular these days, in fact it recently overtook the iPhone as being the most popular operating system for cell phones, a remarkable achievement for Google. Smartphones in general are great for a variety of purposes – they can make calls, take photos, plus they’re great for listening and watching media too. This is where our application comes in – how exactly do you move media onto these devices? How do you get the media in the first place? We’re going to address these points in this article.
Before you try and obtain any files, we’re first going to talk about what you’re going to need in order to do this correctly. The first obvious thing is that you’ll need a Google Android phone. These all have a very similar interface so you should know if you’re running on this (a quick search on the internet should also tell you, or you could look in the settings). You’re also going to need a cable to connect your phone to your PC, usually a micro-USB to USB cable or something along those lines. If you have both of these you’ll have no trouble going through this guide.
The next thing you’re going to need to do is download Ares Galaxy onto your computer and then install it successfully. We aren’t going to go into detail about this, consult the wiki you’re in need of more information. You’ll need to obtain some media that you want to place onto your Android phone – this can be images, music or videos, it is all up to you. Be aware that portable devices usually don’t have high storage capacities so you may not be able to store as much as you’d like without an extra memory card. When you’ve obtained files, you can proceed to the main step – putting it onto your device.
Connect your phone to your PC using the cable we talked about earlier. You’ll be glad to know that all file transfers should be possible using Windows Explorer. To people with less technical knowledge, that means you can plug it in and then go into My Computer and locate the phone. You can then drag all of the media files from your library into the phone and then wait for the transfer to complete. You may need to make sure the files go into the appropriate directory (such as music into the “Music” folder). You could alternatively take the memory card out of your phone and connect it to your computer directly, it doesn’t really make a huge difference. It’s entirely up to you.
In conclusion, you should now know how easy moving media to Android phones is when you have a great interface provided by Google for your phone, with the added benefit of Ares Galaxy making it easier for you to obtain media. Both of these work as a great tool, which leads to a great user experience for you. You don’t have to spend hours messing around and one thing Android users love is that they don’t need to use specific pieces of software to handle file transfers like iPhones do with iTunes. No matter which cell phone you’re using, though, you can be sure that this tool is the best option for you when it comes to downloading and uploading files to other people around the world.