One management tool for all smartphones to transfer files between PC & iOS/Android devices.
This summer is truly a visual feast to worldwide sports fans. Not long ago, The 2016 NBA Finals, The Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors with 4-3 in 7 amazing games, the win by the Cavaliers was the first-ever championship by the Cavaliers franchise. Not only did they win the first title since 1964, recover from a 3-1 deficit, but they also pulled one of the biggest upsets in NBA playoff history. Followed up by Portugal overcame France after extra time in the UEFA EURO 2016 final with 1-0. Besides, as we all know, in August, the Olympic Games held every four years will be started in Rio, which will be a grand event to all sports players and fans.
So you may take a lot of photos while at the game or in front of your computer live, whatever taking the photos of your favorite team, star, or even selfies. You know these pictures will take up large space of your phone, to save your space of your cell phone, what you should do is to sync the pictures with your computer. So here let me show you some methods in this article to help you make it, just take my Samsung Galaxy S7 and computer as example.
This method could be very primary and may not be very cool. But sometimes the simplest way can be the most effective way.
Syncios Manager is a free and helpful application, which makes it easy to help you sync all types of files to your computer from your Samsung Galaxy S7. The best advantage of this approach is that with a visual interface, you are able to preview, edit, manage photos on computer, besides, you could choose and transfer certain picture from Samsung Galaxy S7 to PC. Tips as follows:
The final method could be the easiest and the best way to transfer your Samsung Galaxy S7 photos to computer, since Syncios Samsung Data Transfer only takes you ONE CLICK to backup all DCIM photos from your S7 to computer, finish its job even better than you expected. What's more, it enables you to restore iTunes/iCloud backup files to Samsung Galaxy S7 as well, including contacts, text messages, music, videos, bookmarks, etc, worth a try!