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Super mario crossover 2 exploding rabbit. There are other ways to move files between Macs and PCs. Thumb drives will work on both machines, so you can manually transfer whatever files you want to use, for example. But Migration Assistant provides an elegant, convenient, and absolutely free way of managing the transition to becoming a Mac user, as long as you have the time to use it. Notes: A Windows Easy Transfer's 'Migwiz' folder taken from a 32-Bit PC will not run on a 64-Bit PC and vice-versa. However, the 64-Bit version will accept the Easy Transfer file created from a 32-Bit version.

There are plenty of reasons why you would want to copy a file between a computer and an Android tablet, many of which are legal. For example, you can copy pictures and videos, music and audio files, and even vCards that help you build contacts for the tablet’s address book. And you can just copy random files when you’re on a caffeine high and nothing is on TV.

Follow these steps to copy a file or two between a computer and an Android tablet:

  1. Connect the Android tablet to the computer by using the USB cable.

  2. On a PC, if the AutoPlay dialog box appears, choose the option Open Folder/Device to View Files.

    When the AutoPlay dialog box doesn’t appear, you can view files manually: Open the Computer window, and then open the tablet’s icon, found at the bottom of that window. Open the Storage icon to view files.

    The tablet’s folder window that you see looks like any other folder in Windows. The difference is that the files and folders in that window are on your Android tablet, not on the computer.

    On a Macintosh, the Android File Transfer program should start, appearing on the screen.

  3. Open the source and destination folder windows.

    Open the folder that contains the files you want to copy. The folder can be found on the computer or on the tablet. Then open the folder on the computer or tablet where you want the file copied. Have both folder windows, computer and phone, visible on the screen.

  4. Drag the file icon(s) from one folder to another to copy.

    Dragging the file copies it, either from tablet to computer or from computer to tablet.

    If you want to be specific, drag the file to the tablet’s download folder or to the root folder.

    On the PC, drag icons from the phone’s storage to the My Documents, My Pictures, or My Videos folder, as appropriate. You can also drag directly to the desktop and decide later where to store the file.

    The same file dragging technique can be used for transferring files from a Macintosh. You need to drag the icon(s) to the Android File Transfer window, which works just like any folder window in the Finder.

  5. Close the folder windows and disconnect the USB cable when you’re done.

Though this manual technique works, the best way to transfer media to the tablet is to use a media program, such as Windows Media Player. You can also synchronize pictures and videos in the same way, by using a media program on the computer.

  • When your Android tablet has a MicroSD card installed, Windows displays two AutoPlay dialog boxes. Each dialog box represents a different storage source — internal storage as well as the MicroSD card.

  • On a Macintosh using Android File Transfer, each storage device appears as a toolbar button, such as Tablet and Card.

  • Files you’ve downloaded on the tablet are stored in the Download folder.

  • Pictures and videos on the tablet are stored in the DCIM/Camera folder, which is found on both internal storage and the MicroSD card.

  • Music on the tablet is stored in the Music folder, organized by artist.

  • The best way to synchronize music is to use a music jukebox program on your computer.

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There are several methods of transferring files to or from a removable disk.
- Copy and Paste
- Drag and Drop
- Send To
- Copy and Paste using keyboard shortcuts
Additional Reference: Transferring large files(4GB or larger)
METHOD 1 - Copy and Paste (top)
Windows 7 or Vista
Windows XP
Mac OS X
Windows 10


Using Windows 7 or Vista
1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port.
NOTE: A message indicating that a new device has been detected at the lower right hand of your monitor. It MAY take a few seconds to be detected.
2. If the USB flash drive or external drive folder does NOT open automatically, follow these steps:
a. Click Start > Computer.
b. Double-click on the Removable Disk associated with the USB flash drive.

3. Navigate to the folders in your computer containing files you want to transfer.
4. Right-click on the file you want to copy, then select Copy.

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5. Return to the Removable Disk window, right-click within the window, then select Paste.
Using Windows XP
1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port.
NOTE: A message indicating that a new device has been detected at the lower right hand of your monitor. It MAY take a few seconds to be detected.
2. If the USB flash drive or external drive folder does NOT open automatically, follow these steps:
a. Click Start > My Computer.
b. Double-click on the Removable Disk associated with the USB flash drive.
3. Navigate to the folders in your computer containing files you want to transfer.
4. Right-click on the file you want to copy, then select Copy.
5. Return to the Removable Disk window, right-click within the window, then select Paste.

Using Windows 10:

1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port

NOTE: You will see 'USB Drive' in windows explorer

2. Navigate to the files on your computer that you want to transfer to the USB drive
3. Right-click on the file you want to copy, then select Copy
4. Go to the mounted USB drive, right click and select Paste


Using Mac OS X

1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port.
NOTE: A No Name or Untitled disk icon will appears on your desktop.
2. Double-click your Macintosh HD (Hard Drive) icon to open it.
3. In finder select the files you wish to transfer

4. Press-and-hold the Command key and press C.
5. Double-click your Removable Disk icon to open it.
6. Press-and-hold the Command key and press V.

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METHOD 2 - Drag and Drop (top)
Windows 7 or Vista
Windows XP
Mac OS X
Windows 10
Using Windows 7 or Vista
1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port.
2. Allow the computer to recognize the drive, then click Start > Computer.
3. Double-click on the Removable Disk associated with the USB flash drive.
4. Navigate to the folders in your computer containing files you want to transfer.
5. Click and drag the files you want to the Removable Disk.
6. Release the mouse.
Using Windows XP
1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port.
2. Allow the computer to recognize the drive, then click Start > My Computer.
3. Double-click on the Removable Disk associated with the USB flash drive.
4. Navigate to the folders in your computer containing files you want to transfer.
5. Click and drag the files you want moved over to the Removable Disk.
6. Release the mouse.

1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port

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Note: You will see 'USB Drive' in windows explorer

2. Navigate to the files on your computer that you want to transfer to the USB drive
3. Select the file you want to transfer
4. Click and hold file to drag it to the USB drive.

Using Mac OS X
1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port.
NOTE: A No Name or Untitled disk icon will appears on your desktop.
2. Double-click your Macintosh HD (Hard Drive) icon to open it.

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3. Select files you want to drag over
4. Drag files from your Macintosh HD to the Removable Disk.
METHOD 3 - Send To (Windows) (top)
1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port.
2. Navigate to the folders in your computer containing files you want to transfer.
3. Right-click on the file you want to transfer to your removable disk.
4. Click Send To and select the Removable Disk associated with the USB flash drive.
METHOD 4 - Copy and Paste using keyboard shortcuts (Windows) (top)
1. Plug the USB flash drive directly into an available USB port.
2. Click on your desired file to select it.
NOTE: You can select multiple files by holding down the Ctrl while left click on the desired files. Or you can select all files by holding down Ctrl and press A.
3. On your keyboard, hold down the Ctrl key and press C.
4. Navigate to the desired folder destination.
5. Hold down the Ctrl key and press V.