I am not new using Android phones, in fact Samsung Galaxy S4 is the 3rd Android phone I have. I had Galaxy Note 1 and 2 before and backing up the photos and videos is just a piece of cake(Just plug the thing on your pc and then it will automatically detect it and connect as a normal USB device) . Now I’ve got my S4 and run out of memory I needed to backup my photos and videos before freeing up space, I was surprised. When I plugged it on my pc, it was not even get detected, I tried using 5 different USB’s and none of them connected my S4 to the PC. I searched the net and found one that helped me connect android phone to pc and this is how.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a monster smartphone. I will quickly walk you through how to connect your Samsung Galaxy S4 to a PC and transfer data between both devices.Once connectivity is achieved, you can transfer files using the interface of your operating system. In Windows, you can find the device listed as removable disk under Computer, while Mac users can find the device listed on the Finder.
This is a graphical user interface that allows for transfer of music, photos, and videos between your Samsung Galaxy S4 and your PC. To download this App, for Windows or Mac, visit the Samsung website.
File Format Supported By Samsung Galaxy S4: The Galaxy S4 supports audio files in WAV, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, MIDI, XMF, EVRC, QCELP, WMA, FLAC, OGG formats and video files in Divx, H.263, H.264, MPEG4, VP8, VC–1 (Format: 3gp, 3g2, mp4, wmv.
1. If you are a Windows user, simply download and install the USB drivers for the Galaxy S4. Mac users do not need to install any software.
2. Connect the device to an available USB port using any generic USB cable.