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How To Transfer Media To Android Phone [ Mobile ]

There are a number of ways to transfer your music, photos and videos to your Samsung Android smartphone. Depending on which device you have, the type of content, and your comfort level with installing software or adjusting device settings, you can pick the method that’s best for you.

Method 1: Kies Air - Wireless Transfer
This Method Works for :  Music, photos, recorded videos, other files - non-DRM protected content only.

Follow The Instructions Step-by-step :

1. To connect to Kies Air from your Samsung device, touch Applications > Kies Air > Start.

2. If not already connected to a Wi-Fi® network, you will be asked to connect, or (if available) turn on your device’s Wi-Fi hotspot capability. Note: Your Samsung device and computer (PC or Mac) must be on the same Wi-Fi network in order to connect.

3. Kies Air will display a URL. Enter that URL in your computer’s web browser.

4. On the Samsung device, touch Allow to grant access to the device.

5. Download or manage files from the web-based interface on your computer’s browser.

6. Touch Stop on the handset to end the syncing session.


Method 2: Drag & Drop - USB Wired Transfer

This Method Works for : Music, photos, recorded videos, other files - non-DRM protected content only.

Follow The Instructions Step-by-step :

1. Attach your Samsung device to your computer (PC or Mac) using the USB cable. If this is the first time you’ve connected your device to your computer, it will install the necessary drivers on your computer.

2. On your Samsung device, touch Applications > Settings > Wireless and network > USB utilities.

3. Remove the USB cable from you Samsung device.

4. On your Samsung device touch “Connect storage to PC.” You will see a warning: “USB utilities / Connect USB cable to use mass storage.” Insert the USB cable into your Samsung device while the message is still on the screen. Do not touch “Cancel.”

5. The screen will change to “USB mass storage” with a picture of a green Android and a message that says “USB connected.” Touch “Connect USB storage” at the bottom.

6. Your Samsung device is now connected to your computer. The device’s internal storage will appear on your computer as an external drive. If you also have a microSD card installed, this will show up as a second external drive.

7. You can now drag and drop files directly from your computer or iTunes to your device. You can create folders on your device as necessary to organize your files. Your device will automatically index these files and make them available in your media player.

8. IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MAC USERS: Before you disconnect your device from your Mac, you must eject the disks on your Mac, just as you would eject any disk or flash drive. After the drives have been ejected, touch “Disconnect storage from PC” on your Samsung device.

9. When you’ve moved all of the files you need to, disconnect the USB cable.


Method 3: Double Twist - USB Wired Transfer

This Method Works for : Music, photos, recorded videos, playlists - non-DRM protected content only.

Follow The Instructions Step-by-step :

1. Download DoubleTwist from Google Play on your Samsung device.

2. On your computer (PC or Mac), use your browser to go to doubletwist.com, and use the link to download DoubleTwist. Follow the installation instructions.

3. Follow the instructions on the app on your device and the computer to set up synchronization between DoubleTwist on your computer and Samsung device.

4. NOTE : If DoubleTwist has trouble recognizing your Samsung device when it is attached to your computer’s USB port, follow the instructions below to connect your Samsung device as a storage drive. Once complete, try the synchronization process again.

a. Attach your Samsung device to your computer (PC or Mac) using the USB cable. If this is the first time you’ve connected your device to your computer it will install the necessary drivers on your computer.

b. On your Samsung device, touch Applications Settings > Wireless and network > USB utilities.

c. Remove the USB cable from your Samsung device.

d. On your Samsung device touch “Connect storage to PC.” You will see a warning: “USB utilities / Connect USB cable to use mass storage.” Insert the USB cable into your Samsung device while the message is still on the screen. Do not touch “Cancel.”

e. The screen will change to “USB mass storage” with a picture of a green Android and a message that says “USB connected.” Touch “Connect USB storage” at the bottom.



Method 4: Google Play Music - Wireless cloud service

This Method Works for : Music non-DRM protected content only.

 Follow The Instructions Step-by-step :

1. On your computer (PC or Mac), use your browser to go to play.google.com/music/.

2. In the upper-right corner of the Google Play Music page, click on the “UPLOAD MUSIC” link.

3. From the “UPLOAD MUSIC” tab that appears, click on the “Download Music Manager” link.

4. Follow the instructions to upload your music to Google’s Music cloud. This process will take some time and will vary depending on the number of songs you choose to upload. You only need to complete this initial upload once. This initial upload process could take a few days, continuously uploading, or even longer, depending on how much music you have and the speed of your Internet connection.

5. Once your music has been uploaded, open the Google Play Music app on your Samsung device. Touch Applications > Play Music.

6. NOTE: You must be logged into a Google account to use Google Play Music. The first time you open the app, you will be asked to select your Google account.

7. Google Play Music may take a few minutes to synchronize your playlist to your Samsung device. Once your music appears, you can start playing.

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