If you have some files on your Android phone that you want to send to your friend’s Windows Phone, and the Internet is down, then what will you do to Share Files between Android and Windows Phone?
Well, we have come up with some solutions for you so that you do not need to wait till the Internet is up. The easy way is to connect both the phones to your computer. Then copy and paste the files from one device to another, and you are done.
If windows 8 Os is running on your Windows Phone, then accessing the files that you have copied from the android device may be little tough but if the mobile OS is windows 8.1, then there is a file management system that will make it easy to get the files that you have copied.
Step to Share Files between Android and Windows Phone with Feem
In case you do not have a computer around, but you want to Share Files between Android and Windows Phone, then you need to use an app named, Feem. There are several other choices for the Android users but for the Windows Phone, Feem is the best option. Following are the steps to Share Files between Android and Windows Phone using Feem app:
> download Feem on both Windows Phone and Android devices.
> Make sure that the Windows Phone and the android phone is connected to the same wifi network.
> Launch Feem on both the phones.
> Wait for sometimes till the app scans for peers. All the devices running Feem on the network will be shown up in a list.
> On the left, a right arrow icon is there. Touch it.
> A list of folders will appear on the right. Select the files that you want to send.
On android, any file can be seen or sent you want on your device but for Windows Phones, only photos can be sent.
For Windows Phone, it is easy to accept files than sending.
> At the bottom, right arrow icon is there. Tap it.
> Highlight the device from the list, Feem will then start sending the files.
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