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Airdroid – Transfer Files Between Android And Linux (All Distribution)

Transfer files between android and Linux

Transfer files between android and Linux

We frequently need to transfer large amounts of data between Android phones/tablets and Linux computers in the form of mp3 songs, video songs, movies, and, most importantly, large games. Transferring via USB cable takes time, so let’s do it quickly and easily with ‘Airdroid.’

Airdroid is an Android application that allows large files to be transferred over wifi between any computer and any Android device. Yes, there is WiFi! It is faster than a USB cable. Let’s get started!

Requirements –

All you need to transfer files between your Linux machine and Android is a web browser on your Linux machine and the Airdroid application installed on your Android phone or tablet.

Now move to your Android phone (Do not close browser tab) and connect it with the same wifi that you’re using on the computer. Download and install Airdroid app from Google Play. After you install Airdroid app open it and you’ll see the screen like below –

Aside from file transfer, you have a lot of interesting features. You can use your computer to make phone calls, listen to music, watch videos, and even take photos with the phone’s camera. Use all of the functions, and it will be much nicer and faster.

If you have any problem don’t hesitate to comment below.

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