How to Transfer Files from PC to Mobile Wirelessly with Nearby Share for PC

Nearby Share is a wireless file transfer feature that allows you to share files between nearby devices quickly and easily. It works on devices running Android 6.0 or later and Windows 10 devices with support for Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Location. Here's how to use Nearby Share for PC to transfer files from your PC to mobile wirelessly:

  1. First, ensure that your PC and mobile are both connected to the same Wi-Fi network, or that your PC has Bluetooth and Location enabled.
  2. Open the file you want to share on your PC and click on the "Share" button. Alternatively, you can right-click on the file and select "Share".
  3. From the share menu, select "Nearby Share" and wait for your PC to search for nearby devices. Your mobile device should appear in the list of available devices.
  4. Select your mobile device from the list and click on "Send". You may be prompted to turn on Nearby Share on your mobile device if it's not already turned on.
  5. On your mobile device, you will receive a notification asking if you want to accept the file transfer. Tap "Accept" to start the transfer.
  6. Once the transfer is complete, you can find the transferred file in your mobile device's Downloads folder or any other folder you specified.

Overall, using Nearby Share for PC is a simple and convenient way to transfer files wirelessly between your PC and mobile devices. It's a great alternative to traditional methods such as using a USB cable or uploading files to the cloud.

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