Wednesday, 16 October 2013

How to easily share files between your mobile phones and Computer



Bump
Methods of file sharing between a computer and Mobile phone can be carried out in many ways. Some of its techniques are
1. USB Data cable
You might be aware of these kinds of cables. USB (a) Universal Serial Bus is a wired technique of transferring files from computer to phone and vice versa.
These cables will be given along with your phone at the time you’ve bought it. Phones have an additional memory expansion card slot to which one side of the USB can be connected and the other end of the USB is connected to a slot in the computer.
There will also be a CD with the phone which contains software (PC Suite) that creates a bridge between phone and computer.
Other than this USB also provides additional features such as accessing the Internet. This is a better way of transferring files and it’s faster compared to other methods.
USB 3.1 is the recent version which has a cool feature called “Super Speed USB 10Gbps”. But a great disadvantage is that it’s a wired technique.
2. Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a method of creating a network called the “Pico-Network” and establishing a contact between the Computer and phone. Has a great advantage of being wireless, however time taken to transfer a file is from computer to phone takes a huge amount of time. Whereas it is easy to transfer the files from your phone to computer.
3. Card Readers
Card readers are the most sought method of transferring the files from your memory card. In the recent laptops there are additional slots to insert your memory card.
This method also has a drawback. Phone memory can’t be accessed using this method.
4. Bump
This is the age of “Smart-phones” right. App created regarding the transfer of files from computers to phone and vice versa is “Bump”. Older version of Bumps had the ability to transfer the files in one direction only i.e. phone to computer.
Upgraded versions of Bump have been developed in such a way files can be transferred bi-directional. These versions are available for both Apple and Android phones. To transfer the files the device should be “Bumped” with the device to pair.
To transfer files install the latest version of “Bump”. Then go to http//:bu.mp and locate the device and your files are ready to be transferred.

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