How To Wirelessly Transfer Files Samsung Galaxy Phone To Windows 10 for Free

By | July 10, 2021

How To Wirelessly Transfer Files Samsung Galaxy Phone To Windows 10 for Free
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Transferring files wirelessly between a Samsung Galaxy Smartphone and a Windows 10 computer is easy to do.

This includes pictures, videos, and any other files on your device, both small and large.

A free app called Samsung Flow can be installed on both a PC and smartphone, and files can be transferred quickly and easily.

Samsung Flow is available from the Google Play Store and the Microsoft Store, making it easy to install.

While mainly for Samsung Galaxy users, the app also works on other Android smartphones and devices.

There are a few steps to the setup but nothing complicated.

The basic setup is to install the app on the phone and Windows 10 PC, set a shared folder, and then share files.

There are several popups with the App needing to be allowed access to certain folders.

Below are the steps to install the app and set it up to share files. There is also a video at the bottom of this post for a walk through of all the steps if needed.

How To Install Wireless Sharing App Samsung Flow (Windows 10 and Android)

  1. Go To the Play Store Search and Install Samsung Flow App, Or Click Here for Link
  2. How To Wirelessly Transfer Files Samsung Galaxy Phone To Windows 10 for Free Step 1

  3. On the Windows 10 PC, type in Store in the bottom Search Bar and click on Microsoft Store
  4. How To Wirelessly Transfer Files Samsung Galaxy Phone To Windows 10 for Free Step 2

  5. In the Microsoft Store Search Bar type in Samsung Flow
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  7. Click Get and the app will install to Windows 10
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  9. Open the Samsung Flow application from the Windows menu or click Launch
  10. Go to your Galaxy Samsung Phone and also Open the Samsung Flow App
  11. On the Windows 10 PC Click Start
  12. How To Wirelessly Transfer Files Samsung Galaxy Phone To Windows 10 for Free Step 5

  13. The Galaxy Phone will display on the screen, click on the phone
  14. Confirm the Passkey on Both the Smartphone and Window 10 by clicking OK
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  16. Samsung Flow will now be ready for a quick set up to share files

Setup a Shared Folder with Samsung Flow

  1. Click on the three dots at the top right
  2. How To Wirelessly Transfer Files Samsung Galaxy Phone To Windows 10 for Free Step 8

  3. Click Settings
  4. How To Wirelessly Transfer Files Samsung Galaxy Phone To Windows 10 for Free Step 9

  5. Set the Folder you want to share with the phone.
  6. The default folder can be used, just be aware of where the files will be located

How To Use Samsung Flow and Copy Files From Android Phone To Windows 10 PC

  1. At the bottom, click on the Plus Sign +.
  2. Select My Files or another location.
  3. How To Use Samsung Flow Step 2

  4. Choose the location of the File.
  5. How To Use Samsung Flow Step 3

  6. Select the files and click Done, and the files will copy over.
  7. How To Use Samsung Flow Step 4

  8. The files will now be copied over to the Windows 10 PC
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Summary
If you need to transfer files from your Android smartphone to a PC, and are tired of using the data cable, using the Samsung Flow app is currently the best option.

It is free and created by Samsung for Galaxy smartphone users but will likely work on other Android devices.

While it likely will work on other Android smartphones, I have not tested this yet.

The App works very well transferring all file types and sizes including very large files.

There is a bit of a quick set up with mainly setting a shared folder so the files can be found on the Windows 10 computer.

Have you used Samsung Flow to copy files from your Android device to Windows 10? Let us know your thoughts below.


 




 

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