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File Transfer

Just as you can move, copy, delete and rename files and folders in Windows you can also do this on the Android operating system. In Windows you have a File Explorer application (aka My Computer)for this. The manufacturers of Android devices have a variety of apps the supply pre-installed which do very similar things. On the Samsung Galaxy you will find My Files (shown right). Depending on your settings the camera may save to your device or to the SD card (referred to as extSdCard). Find the folder DCIM and your photos will be in there (or a sub folder). Tap a photo to view it full screen or select it (tick checkbox) to get more options including Sharing.
Files Transfer
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My Files
My Files showing folders at left and their contents at right (Click to enlarge)
Dropbox One Drive Drive
Dropbox Dropbox provides a file sharing facility. It is installed on your computer or device. A local folder is created and files are saved into the local folder. They are automatically synced to the cloud. Your free account starts with 2GB of storage but more storage can be earned. When you share your folders from Dropbox the recipient (generally) must have a Dropbox account. On signup of the recipient you earn additional storage. Dropbox is integrated seamlessly into Facebook One Drive This is Microsoft’s cloud storage. Initially you receive 5GB for free. If you require additional storage you can buy 50GB for $US2 per month. Users of Office 365 receive 1TB storage per user. When you install OneDrive a local folder is created. Filesa and folders created locally are synced with the cloud storage. Drive Drive is Google’s offering of cloud based storage. You receive 15GB of storage for use with your Google Apps including gMail, Google Photos.
Dropbox One Drive Desktop
As I have an Office 365 account I tend to use OneDrive but I do have a gMail account. All three work very well for sharing your files,