Data transfer can be very important when transferring files from one device to another.
Users have stated that they are stuck at the 0% transfer bars on Android to PC data transfer.
This can be problematic, but there are a couple of troubleshooting steps that you can follow.
- Transferring data from Android to the PC is quite easy; you just have to follow a few simple steps.
- You will first have to copy the files to the computer’s hard drive, then transfer them.
- To transfer files, you can use all kinds of apps, but Google Drive is the most efficient.
Disconnect your Android phone
- Go to Settings > Data Usage
- Go to the Cellular Data Usage section
- Tap on the Mobile Data tab
- Select Manage Mobile Data
- Go to Advance settings > Toggle on the Use Mobile Data (off by default)
Turn on USB debugging
- Go to Settings > About phone > Tap the Build number 7 times without skipping and tap on OK
- Go to Settings > Developer options > Check the USB debugging box
- Tap on the Back key
- Connect your Android device to the PC by running the USB Debugging application
- Open the File Explorer and locate the folder named “My files”
- Drag and drop the files you want to move from Android to PC to the folder
Enable USB storage
- Go to Settings > Apps > select All apps
Locate the Google Play Services app and open it.
- Go to the Storage & USB section -> select Storage
- Inside the Storage section, you’ll see an option called USB Storage. Click on it to enable it.
Plug your phone into a different USB port
- Open Windows Explorer
- Navigate to Storage > Internal storage
- Find and open the “Apps” folder
- Copy the “com.live.android.sync” folder
- Paste the “com.live.android.sync” folder to your PC’s internal storage
- Once the file is copied, disconnect your phone