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How to Share and Access Files Between Android and Windows 10

How to Share and Access Files Between Android and Windows 10

Smartphones are everywhere now. Everything that was once only possible on a PC is now also easily done by a smartphone. So, if you are one of the users who often need to transfer files between your cellphone and PC, and you are doing your work both on the PC and the cellphone according to your convenience, then this article is for you. Here, we will show you how you can easily transfer files from a PC to an Android smartphone, or from Android to a PC.

Now one of the most common ways to do this is to transfer files via Bluetooth or just use a USB cable to connect the two systems and transfer anything you want. But what if the files are large and you don’t have wires around? What if you are on the go, and you need to transfer large files to your PC instantly? Now, besides USB and Bluetooth, WiFi is also capable of transferring data, and in this article, we will guide you on how to do this. Transferring files via WiFi is also wireless, which makes it a convenient choice.

How do you transfer files between Android and your PC?

Here we will show you how you can transfer files between Android and PC, using two ways. We will show you how you can access PC files on your mobile and copy them to your mobile device. And we will also show you how you can access your phone files on your PC and then copy them to your mobile device.

Transfer Files between an Android smartphone and PC using a PC:

When it comes to accessing phone files on a PC, it’s very easy. And if you have the Sweech Application on your Android smartphone, the whole process will be very smooth. You don’t have to download certain software on your PC. Downloading the Sweech Application on your Smartphone is enough for this method.

  • Open the Sweech Application on the Google Play Store by clicking here.
  • Install the application on your Smartphone.
  • After the installation is complete, open it, and you will see a large play button. Knock it.
  • The Sweech application will now ask for permission to access your storage files. After you give permission, the play button will change to the Stop button, and the local IP address and Port will appear at the top.
  • Now open all Web browsers on your PC and enter the IP address that appears in your Sweech Application.
  • You will see a list of all files on your Smartphone, and you can drag or copy files from your Smartphone to your PC. It looks like your cellphone is connected to the PC via USB.

Now after you are done with the transfer, just tap the Stop button that appears in the App, and you are done. At any time in the future, if you want to transfer like this again, just tap the Play button, and the same IP address and Port will appear. You can bookmark this address and access it directly each time you use the Sweech Application. You can use this even to transfer files from your PC to your Android smartphone, and it will work the same way.

Transfer Files between an Android smartphone and PC using a Smartphone:

Now to access files on your PC from outside, you must copy the data that you want to share to your public folder. On a Windows PC, you will find public folders in C> Users> Public. Whatever you store here can be accessed from outside by anyone connected to the same network as the PC.

Now there are ways to share files and folders that are in different locations with other systems on the same network as well. To do this,

  • Right-click on the file or folder you want to share and select “Properties.”
  • Now click on the Share tab at the top and then click the Share button on this tab.1
  • There will now be a drop-down menu in the next window. Select “Everyone” from this list.2
  • Click the Share button, and you’re done.
  • Now you must enter your PC login credentials every time you access this public file from a different system. You can choose to disable it by making changes to the Advanced Sharing settings.
  • Search Advanced Sharing in the search bar and open the search results that appear.
  • In this setting window, under the All Networks section, you will see the Password Protected Sharing option. Here select the “Disable password protected sharing” option and click Save changes.


With this, all files that you want to share with other systems using the same network will be possible. But how do you access this public file on your Smartphone? You need an application called FE File Explorer.

  • Click this link and open the FE File Explorer page on the Google Play Store.
  • Click on the install button and install the Application on your Smartphone.
  • Connect your PC and Smartphone to the same network.
  • Open the Application then tap the small plus button in the lower right corner of your screen.
  • Select Windows.
  • Now scroll down to the bottom, and in the environment section, you will see your PC.
  • You will see two options now “Registered User” and “Guest.” Since you have selected Turn off password protected sharing in your PC settings, so just select the Guest option.
  • Now you will see all PC files and public folders on your Smartphone. Use the options here to move or download this public file on your Smartphone.


So now you know how to transfer files and folders between your PC and your Android smartphone without problems using WiFi. The Sweech application and the FE File Explorer application are the two applications that we think are the best for the job. But there are other similar applications too. So if you face problems with this application, then try the others too. Now, if you have questions with this guide, then comment below.

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