Files can be added from a Windows computer to an Android device through a variety of methods, but one of the most convenient is by transferring the files wirelessly. The built-in Android Media Share app enables Android users to transfer files from to an Android from Windows wirelessly. Wirelessly transferring files to an Android merely requires connecting to your computer's Wi-Fi network and then correctly configuring Media Share.
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Tap the "Settings" icon on your Android device's home screen.
Choose "Wireless & networks." Check the box next to "Wi-Fi" to enable it.
Press "Wi-Fi settings" and tap your wireless network. Enter the password and tap "Join" to connect your Android to the wireless network.
Tap and drag down the "Notifications" bar at the top of the Android device's screen. Choose the "Connection Detected" icon to launch Media Share.
Press "Start." Tap "Computer" on the Android.
Choose "Windows Folder Sharing" to enable it.
Right-click the files you want to transfer to the Android wirelessly with Windows and select "Copy."
Select "Start," and then click "Computer." Choose "Network." Double-click the Android device's icon under "Media Devices."
Right-click within the Android's folder and select "Paste" to transfer files to the Android wirelessly with Windows.
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