Sep 5, 2019

Put AVI Files on Android

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#Use a USB cable to connect your Android device and computer. Try to use the USB cable that came with your Android device, but most USB cables should work just fine.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 1.jpg|center]]
 
#Use a USB cable to connect your Android device and computer. Try to use the USB cable that came with your Android device, but most USB cables should work just fine.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 1.jpg|center]]
 
#Tap on notification that says,"Charging this device via USB". After connecting the USB cable, your Android device wants to know how you plan to use it. The default is to charge your device, but there are other options. Find this notification in your drop-down bar and select it.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Tap on notification that says,"Charging this device via USB". After connecting the USB cable, your Android device wants to know how you plan to use it. The default is to charge your device, but there are other options. Find this notification in your drop-down bar and select it.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 2.jpg|center]]
#Select the option. Tapping on the notification reveals other ways you can use the USB cord. Make sure you change it to the “File Transfer” option, or this method won’t work.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 3.jpg|center]]
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#Select the option. Tapping on the notification reveals other ways you can use the USB cord. Make sure you change it to the “File Transfer” option, or this method won't work.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Find the file transfer window on your PC. Once you select the “File Transfer” option, a window will open on your PC. It should contain a folder titled “Phone” or the model name for your device, as well as a folder for any micro SD card you have.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
#Find the file transfer window on your PC. Once you select the “File Transfer” option, a window will open on your PC. It should contain a folder titled “Phone” or the model name for your device, as well as a folder for any micro SD card you have.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
#Drag the AVI file to the folder of your choice. Click on the AVI file you wish to move and drag it to the preferred folder on your Android device. Repeat this process if you have multiple AVI files you wish to move.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
#Drag the AVI file to the folder of your choice. Click on the AVI file you wish to move and drag it to the preferred folder on your Android device. Repeat this process if you have multiple AVI files you wish to move.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
#*AVI files aren't naturally compatible with Android devices. If you prefer not to install an app that can play AVI files, you will have to convert any AVI files before moving them to your Android device. To learn how to do that, check out this wikiHow: [[Convert AVI to MP4]].
 
#*AVI files aren't naturally compatible with Android devices. If you prefer not to install an app that can play AVI files, you will have to convert any AVI files before moving them to your Android device. To learn how to do that, check out this wikiHow: [[Convert AVI to MP4]].
#Select the up arrow situated to the left of your PC’s clock. Next to the time, you will find a number of controls, including volume and Wi-Fi. Click on the one that looks like an up arrow. You should now see a small window full of icons.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 6.jpg|center]]
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#Select the up arrow situated to the left of your PC's clock. Next to the time, you will find a number of controls, including volume and Wi-Fi. Click on the one that looks like an up arrow. You should now see a small window full of icons.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 6.jpg|center]]
 
#Right click the USB icon. This icon looks like a USB stick and has three arrows pointing up on it.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 7.jpg|center]]
 
#Right click the USB icon. This icon looks like a USB stick and has three arrows pointing up on it.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 7.jpg|center]]
 
#Select the option. A small menu should pop up with an “Eject” option. Click on this option to safely eject the USB from your computer.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 8.jpg|center]]
 
#Select the option. A small menu should pop up with an “Eject” option. Click on this option to safely eject the USB from your computer.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 8.jpg|center]]
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===Transferring an AVI File on Google Drive===
 
===Transferring an AVI File on Google Drive===
 
#Go to the [https://ift.tt/wZv67B Google Drive] website. You can find the website here: https://drive.google.com/.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#Go to the [https://ift.tt/wZv67B Google Drive] website. You can find the website here: https://drive.google.com/.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 10.jpg|center]]
#*If you aren’t already sign in, follow the instructions to enter your email and password.
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#*If you aren't already sign in, follow the instructions to enter your email and password.
 
#Click in the top left corner of the page. The “New” button also has a large multicolored “+” sign to the left of it. Clicking on this button will open a menu of options.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 11.jpg|center]]
 
#Click in the top left corner of the page. The “New” button also has a large multicolored “+” sign to the left of it. Clicking on this button will open a menu of options.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 11.jpg|center]]
 
#Click from the menu. This option will be second on the list, directly below “Folder.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 12.jpg|center]]
 
#Click from the menu. This option will be second on the list, directly below “Folder.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 12.jpg|center]]
 
#Select an AVI file to upload. Browse your computer for the AVI file you want to transfer to your Android device. Once you have selected it, click “Open” to begin the upload process.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 13.jpg|center]]
 
#Select an AVI file to upload. Browse your computer for the AVI file you want to transfer to your Android device. Once you have selected it, click “Open” to begin the upload process.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 13.jpg|center]]
#*The file’s upload progress can be seen in the bottom right corner of the page. You’ll see the file name and a progress bar. When the upload is complete, the file name will have a green check mark next to it and the file will appear in your Google Drive library.
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#*The file's upload progress can be seen in the bottom right corner of the page. You'll see the file name and a progress bar. When the upload is complete, the file name will have a green check mark next to it and the file will appear in your Google Drive library.
#Open the Google Drive app on your Android device. The Google Drive app has a white background with green, yellow, and blue lines forming a triangle. If you don’t already have the app downloaded, you can easily find it in the Play Store by searching for “Google Drive.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 14.jpg|center]]
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#Open the Google Drive app on your Android device. The Google Drive app has a white background with green, yellow, and blue lines forming a triangle. If you don't already have the app downloaded, you can easily find it in the Play Store by searching for “Google Drive.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 14.jpg|center]]
 
#Tap on in the bottom menu. The bottom menu features four icons. The “Files” icon looks like a folder and is in the bottom right corner of the screen. The file you added can be found in this tab. If you uploaded the file to a specific folder, you can find it by clicking on that folder.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 15.jpg|center]]
 
#Tap on in the bottom menu. The bottom menu features four icons. The “Files” icon looks like a folder and is in the bottom right corner of the screen. The file you added can be found in this tab. If you uploaded the file to a specific folder, you can find it by clicking on that folder.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 15.jpg|center]]
 
#Tap the dots next to the file name. The three vertical dots can be found to the right of the file and tapping it will open up a menu of options.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 16.jpg|center]]
 
#Tap the dots next to the file name. The three vertical dots can be found to the right of the file and tapping it will open up a menu of options.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 16.jpg|center]]
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#Click on the right side of the page. You can find this option directly under the blue button that says, “Create new file.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 19.jpg|center]]
 
#Click on the right side of the page. You can find this option directly under the blue button that says, “Create new file.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 19.jpg|center]]
 
#Select an AVI file to upload. A window will open, allowing you to browse your computer for the AVI file you want t upload. Once you have selected the file, click “Open.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 20.jpg|center]]
 
#Select an AVI file to upload. A window will open, allowing you to browse your computer for the AVI file you want t upload. Once you have selected the file, click “Open.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 20.jpg|center]]
#Choose a folder and click . Dropbox makes you select a folder location. If you don’t want to add it to a folder, you can select the very top option, which just says “Dropbox.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 21.jpg|center]]
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#Choose a folder and click . Dropbox makes you select a folder location. If you don't want to add it to a folder, you can select the very top option, which just says “Dropbox.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 21.jpg|center]]
#*The file’s upload progress will be displayed across the bottom of the page. When the upload is complete, you’ll see a green check mark in the same location.
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#*The file's upload progress will be displayed across the bottom of the page. When the upload is complete, you'll see a green check mark in the same location.
#Open the Dropbox app on your Android device. The Dropbox app icon has a dark blue background with an open box on it. If you don’t already have the app downloaded, you can easily find it in the Play Store by searching for “Dropbox.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 22.jpg|center]]
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#Open the Dropbox app on your Android device. The Dropbox app icon has a dark blue background with an open box on it. If you don't already have the app downloaded, you can easily find it in the Play Store by searching for “Dropbox.”[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 22.jpg|center]]
 
#Find the AVI file under the tab. Under “Home,” you will see a list of recent files. Your AVI file will be at the top of this list.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 23.jpg|center]]
 
#Find the AVI file under the tab. Under “Home,” you will see a list of recent files. Your AVI file will be at the top of this list.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 23.jpg|center]]
 
#Tap the dots next to the file name. Tapping on the three vertical dots will bring up a menu.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 24.jpg|center]]
 
#Tap the dots next to the file name. Tapping on the three vertical dots will bring up a menu.[[Image:Put AVI Files on Android Step 24.jpg|center]]


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