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You can always take the external sdcard out of the device, and plug it into your pc. Most pc don't support the micro-sdcards, but you can use an adapter. More infos here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital#Micro If the external sdcard is mounted in your pc, then you can read and write all files on it :-)


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The best answer is It depends on the situation. Let me explain: Some solution make work better than others for some files than others. For instance, use Bluetooth to send a picture, or Wi-Fi based FTP for small files. For larger files, you may want to use a cable and transfer them manually, or even load these files onto a high-speed SD card and plug that ...


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https://www.android.com/filetransfer/ Theres this that lets you transfer files over usb


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I am using an APP Web PC Suite to wireless transfer files between mobile and PC. It's very easy and fast to share files when your phone and pc are in the same Wi-Fi network. Most importantly, it's totally free.


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Another limitation with apple systems. Just install windows via bootcamp or parallels. Connect and go. Will save you time and effort.


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I would, and do, put Dropbox on my devices. Let it handle the hard work related to the file transfer. Dropbox for Android from Google Play. Dropbox for iOS from iTunes.


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nothing to worry about u can just download motorola device manager v.2.5.4 from motorola website.then try to transfer your data to ur pc. becuse now it will act as usb device. if that doesnot resolve ur problem download motorola e toolkit setup . if further problem exist contact me


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You might be able to access MTP mode via TWRP (Which i guess you have installed...) If you've installed TWRP, simply boot into recovery and connect your USB cable, you should be able to access your device via MTP then. If you're not using TWRP, you can download a TWRP image boot your device into bootloader mode use fastboot boot twrp.img to temporarily ...


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You can send emails containing the videos on your phone and then download them on your Mac. Or you can use bluetooth to share from phone to mac. Or you can transfer with an app that can connect phone to Mac without USB.


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Swift File Transfer is 10x faster than Bluetooth, free and no hassle set up! From the app's description: Swift File Transfer is World’s fastest app to share installed apps, photos, files, folders and videos at with high speed of upto 8mbps with your friends and family without using intenet, data cable, mobile data, Wi-Fi, nfc etc. Now transfer GB's of ...


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The easiest way to get your photos transferred to your laptop is directly using USB cable to copy and paste them there.


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try shareit application from playstore installing in both mobiles. it works on wifi and you can send your data very fastly. mobiles connect to eachother using wifi but desnot need to connect to any other wifi network so no need to worry about privacy



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