Take pleasure in taking photos with your Android phone and tablet? If so, I guess you may have taken tons of photos. However, what if your Android phone and tablet is stolen or broken? It will be a great loss. If you're worried, you may like to transfer photos from Androd to computer for backup.
Indeed, it’s easy to export pictures from Android to computer. You just need to connect your Android phone or tablet to your computer via a USB cable. Then a disk will appear on your computer. Open it and find the folder – DCIM. Then copy your wanted photos to your computer.
Do you usually do it this way? Actually, here is another way to take photos from Android to PC. You just need to download an Android manager – Wondershare MobileGo for Android or Wondershare MobileGo for Android Pro (Mac). Both versions are well designed to help you manage music, contacts, SMS, photos and apps on your computer. With it, it’s pretty easy to export photos from Android to your computer.
Download this free trial version on your computer to have a try!
Transfer pictures from Android to PC
Here, we take an example of the Windows version. If you use a Mac, you can just take the similar steps.
Step1. Set up Android phone or tablet
Install and run this Android manager on your computer. Connect your Android phone or tablet either via a USB cable or via Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi only can be used with the Windows version.). Once your Android phone or tablet is detected successfully by this program, all info on your Android phone or tablet will be shown in the primary window.
Note: Wonershare MobileGo for Android is fully compatible with multiple phone and tablets, like Samsung, HTC, LG. To get more info, you can click Supported Android phone and tablets.
Step2. Transfer photos from Android to computer
In the left directory tree, click the triangle next to “photos” tab. All albums on your Android phone or tablet are listed. Open an album and find your wanted photos. Click “Export”. Then, a file browser window pops up. Navigate to the place where you decide to save photos. Then this program begins to export photos. Keep your Android phone or tablet connected during the transferring process.
Watch the following video tutorial
Honestly, many users may choose to transfer Android photos to computer with the SD Card. While I prefer to use the Android manager – MobileGo for Android. It lets you transfer photos via Wi-Fi. It's convenient, especially when there's something wrong with your USB cable. Apart from photos, this program empowers you to do more things that you can’t do with a single SD card. You can backup and restore all data on your Android phone and tablets, namely, contacts, call logs, SMS, music, videos, apps and calendar. If you download many fantastic apps, you can install them to your Android phone or tablets as well.
Download this program to try it now!