How To Send a Large Files From Your Android Device to Another

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As we all understand now that Android phones continue to play a bigger role like a mini PC to us, it’s only natural that we want to make use of it for bigger tasks.

Take transferring large files for instance. If you have something on your phone that’s 1GB or even just a hundred megabytes, it’s already too big to email.

We’ll show you a trick and a couple of great apps that will help you send your large files from your Android device to another.

Based on our search about this, we could reveal that a lot of people duplicate their document and those which cant be duplicated are copied on a memory card or flash which is kinda stressful. so we’ ve come with some ways to eradicate this problem of large files.

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Well, a lot of people find sending some large file difficult from their phone to another or from another to their phone, due to how big the file is although the file might be a video or large office file (Excel, Word or Powerpoint) then it becomes impossible for the file to be sent.

So let’s take a look at the best online large file transfer services which might help in transferring files from your Android device to another as they are not possible on another transfer services. Here are the list of the online transfer service to make use of;

1. WeTransfer

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WeTransfer is an online go-to website where you can send your file from your phone to another. It allows you to send 2GB of a file for free and 20GB if you are on the premium plan.

WeTransfer also has an Android version which you can download on your Android device, though if you prefer to save on disk space, you can just use the browser version through your phone. The browser version is actually simpler in some ways, as the app is a bit more fancier and presents your added files in “Boards,” letting you share links as well as directly send files.

All you need to do to make use of WeTransfer is to type in your email address (so the recipient knows who it’s from and so you get a notification when your file is received and opened), type in the recipient’s email, and then add your files then click on the sent.

2.Sugar Sync

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Sugar Sync is another online file transfer service that allows you to send large files online. It makes it easy to access all your folders across any of your devices, making it easy to get things done while giving you the peace of mind that your important files are always protected.

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SugarSync also allows deleted files to be revived through its “Deleted Files” folder. Although the website offers a free service of 5 GB plan before but has now moved to a paid plan due to an upgrade in their service.

3. Send Anywhere

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Send Anywhere allow sender and recipient in the same vicinity to send files to each other without having to go through stress in uploading a large file all the way to the Internet only for them to download it again when you can just send it over directly?

Not through Bluetooth (which is slow and only good for small files). We’re talking about Send Anywhere, an app that uses Wi-Fi Direct to beam things directly between devices.

Files (50GB file-size limit) you send are 256-bit encrypted, and you’ll get a key that you need to give to the recipient so that they can receive the file. Although this platform offers a month trial to it users but its still one of the best

4. SHAREit

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The best sharing app with fastest cross-platform transfer speed & free online feeds including movies / music / wallpapers / GIFs

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  • Best File Transfer App,
  • No data usage, All kind of files
  • High-speed
  • Infinite Online Video
  • HD & Selective, Offline watching
  • Excellent Video Player
  • Supports all formats, Smooth & Perfect

5. Google Drive

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This is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google
It offers apps with offline capabilities for Windows and macOS computers, and Android and iOS smartphones and tablets.

Google Drive provides 15 GB of free storage for its users and with 100 GB or 1 terabyte, 2 TB, 10 TB, depending on the file you want to send and this is only offered through optionally paid plans.

This well-known Google service is an amazing alternative to all these file-sharing services, Its very simple to send files through it. Google Drive also allows an unlimited number of photos at maximum 16 megapixels and videos at maximum 1080p resolutions to be stored for free using the “High quality” setting in Google Photos.

6. Drop Send

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This is another means of sharing large files although this platform provides different plans which you can select based on the amount of file you want to send. The service can send files of up to 8GB in size which is based on the paid plan and is available with 256bit AES Security.

DropSend which free plan includes up to 5 files sends a month and 250 MB/2 GB of storage space. It also offers a mobile app for Android device and Apple devices.

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The listed provide a means of transferring larger files through inserting your email to the platform in order to be sure if the file was sent and again a link will be sent to the receiver, the link which will consist of the download address to the file, although some of the listed like Send Anywhere and Shareit send files through the use of Wifi connection.

Well with the listed options above, we hope the problems to larger file transfer is being solved. You can get their App through Playstore.

For any other problem encountered, additions then feel free to reach us out or leave a comment in the comment box below!

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