With the development of electronics technology, more and more smartphones have been born. One of their common features is that they have a high definition built-in camera. You may love to capture thousands of images by your Android phone instead of digital camera. But the space of your phone is limited; you may need to transfer photos from Android phone to PC as a backup.

If you are looking for a way, you are in the right place. This article will show you 3 easiest ways to transfer photos from Android phone to Pc

Different ways to transfer photos from android phone to pc

Transfer photos from android phone to pc via USB cable

Exporting photos from Android to your computer is really easy with a  supplied USB cable; you can move your pictures on Android device to PC directly via USB.

The steps are as follows

  • Turn on your USB debugging in the “Settings” on your phone. Connect your Android mobile phone to your PC via USB cable.
  • Choose the proper USB connection method.
  • Your computer will recognize your Android and display it as a removable disk. Then please double-click the removable disk and open it.
  • Find and drag the photos that you need to send to your local computer.
  • At last, disconnect your Android after transferring Android photos to PC.


Transfer photos from android to pc via phone companion (for window 10 users)

The phone companion is a new app for window 10 user, which can help you to transfer the whole photo library from android to pc. You can download it from Microsoft store for free.

The steps are as follows;

  • Plug in your android phone and put it in MTP transfer mode.
  • Click start to find photo companion and open it.
  • Choose import photos and videos into the photo app, it will transfer all your android phone photos and videos to the picture file by default.


Transfer photos from android to pc via file explorer

The steps are as follows;

  • Plug in your android phone and put it in MTP transfer mode, open file explorer and find your device.
  • Double click to open your android phone and open your SD card.
  • Open DCIM folder open camera folder.
  • Copy and paste the picture you need to a folder you want to store the pictures.


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