With the advancement in technology in 2015, one cannot deny the ease coming towards data and file transfer. Everything is now easier transferred wirelessly in the cloud. If you’re still one of the wired guys, you still have your normal way though. In this post are different ways you can sync your files between your Windows 10 and your Android. Read on:
All you need to do is launch your File Explorer. This is normal way of accessing all the storage devices connected to your PC. Hit up the “This PC” section, then look for your phone. You might need to change the USB connection mode on your phone to MTP to actually enable Windows see it this way.
OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud storage service which some Android manufacturers now include on their phones by default, in addition to Google’s office tools.
Like you have it on Windows 8.1, just sign in and you’ll have access to all of your stuff, anywhere, anytime.
OneDrive gives you 15GB of space and that can be increased for free by referring friends. Each friend referred gets you additional 500MB. Also, there are paid plans where $1.99 a month gets you 100GB of space. With $6.99 a month, you get a full terabyte of space, plus Office 365 thrown in for good measure. Cool! You can download OneDrive for Android here.
Dropbox‘s Windows 10 app lets you access your cloud storage and decide what to do with your files from Windows. The Windows 10 component also has auto camera-upload.
Dropbox starts with just 2GB of storage space, and you get 1TB of space for $9.99 a month. So OneDrive definitely wins on pricing. But Dropbox also has lots of opportunities for free extra storage like OneDrive. You can download Dropbox for Android here
A quick download will add Google Drive into your file structure and get things syncing, same as OneDrive. There’s no fancy UI or anything. Just folders and files. So, get syncing to the cloud!
If you don’t have Google drive installed on your Android, you can download here.
Which of these cloud services do you prefer?