Ever faced a situation where you want to transfer some files, music or videos from your PC to Android Phone and you’re not able to recall where the heck you kept the USB data cable.
Unfortunately, it happens with most of us, Right? Well i would believe your answer is YES. in my case it happened just now. that is also the reason behind writing this article.
There are tons of apps available in the Google’s Play Store which are helpful, one of them is “Portal – WiFi File Transfers” which is quite handy when it comes to transferring files from PC to Android.
Portal makes transferring pictures, videos, and other files from your computer onto your phone simple. Just grab the app, scan the code above, and then drop as many files as you want onto this site. We’ll get them onto your phone, and we’ll do it fast.
You can open and share the files you’ve sent to your phone right from the Portal app, and pictures are automatically added to the Gallery app on your phone.
Files are transferred over your WiFi connection. This means they don’t count toward your mobile data limit and that files are transferred very quickly (even if they’re over 1 GB in size).
Download & Open Portal – WiFi File Transfers on your Android phone from Google Play Store.
Move onto your PC and visit portal.pushbullet.com from any browser.
Quickly scan the code, and then drop as many files you want onto this site.
Bingo! once the files are uploaded, you can access them from your Android Phones > Internal Storage > Portal
If you’re using Google Chrome on your PC, you can also install the app extension from Chrome Web Store.
Editors Note – There are tons of apps and methods for transferring files from PC to Android phone. i had a wonderful experience using this app and hence thought of sharing with you all