LG G3 and iPhone are not the only smartphones that have received awards from the GSM Association. Samsung’s newly announced Galaxy S6 edge is also in the list of “Best new handset” at MWC 2015.
Yes, you can make the most of this new cell phone: make calls with anyone you like, send messages between your friends, shop online for products, play games, listen to favorite music, and do most of the similar fun things. However, all the things you do just prove you’re just using a phone. Your Samsung Galaxy S6 is not just a phone. It can act as removable storage to share anything with your computer, a notebook for any important appointment, a good doctor to provide useful health care advices, and even a detector for environment prediction.
You can make it to anything you like. Today we share you with a fantastic tip to make full use of Samsung Galaxy S6. That is, transfer anything between it and your computer.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Tip – A Useful Removable Storage to Transfer Files between Phone and Comptuer
Most of you have known how to transfer photos and videos between your Samsung Galaxy S6 and a computer. Just connect your phone to the computer with a USB cable and then you can start to transfer files between the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the computer. It seems very easy. However, many users fail because of computer doesn’t recognize the Samsung Galaxy S6.
Therefore, what we focus on is not how to transfer, but how to make the transfer successful, so that you can freely use your Samsung Galaxy S6 as a convenient removable storage to share things.
OK, let’s get started.
First, make sure the connection is fine. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 phone to your computer using the supplied USB/charging cable (insert the smaller end of the cable to the USB Charge/Accessory jack at the bottom of the phone, and then insert the larger end of the cable into an available USB port on your computer). If the USB cable doesn’t work, change a new one. You also need to check is the USB port is working fine (you can use another device to test).
Second, install the proper Samsung Galaxy S6 driver. The reason why the phone can’t be recognized by your computer is that the driver is missing. A Windows computer needs drivers to recognize and communicate with your device. In fact, the first time you connect your Samsung Galaxy S6, the computer will automatically install the driver. If it fails, you will get a notice, and you won’t find your device on the computer. If this happens, use Driver Talent (formerly called DriveTheLife), which is a free and professional phone drivers installer utility. It can quickly download the best-matched driver for your Samsung Galaxy S6 and then automatically install the driver. For more information, refer to Phone Drivers Free Download and Update.
Reconnect your phone to the computer and it will be recognized by the computer quickly.
Third, transfer files between your computer and the Samsung Galaxy S6. After the computer recognizes the smartphone, the AutoPlay window will pop up to allow you to manage your phone, usually informed as: Sync digital media files to this device, open device to view files, import pictures and videos, and download images. Alternatively, you can navigate to the detected phone in “My Computer” and start moving things to or from computer.