How do you download large files/videos from Samsung Galaxy 4S ?

Christopher

Moderator
I took a video of work yesterday that was about 10 or 15 minutes long and it will not email or text to my accounts.

I tried uploading it to youtube and it never finished, it seems to be over 1g in file size.

I tried connecting the usb cable to the computer but could not figure out how to get the video off of the phone into the computer.

Any help is appreciated.

Thank You.
 

Doug Rucker

Roundtable Host 2009
Get an iPhone. Android videos must be no longer than 1 second to do anything with.

On my android I upload to Vimeo. Seems to work better. Also you need to have a strong upload signal from your wifi.


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CL Scott

New member
Chris, when you connect the usb cable, there will be 2 connection options. Choose transfer files. Then under 'my computer', select your phone's folder. Should be in videos or dcim folder.
 

AZ PowerWash Pros

New member
Android connects with dropbox, then you can upload the files to dropbox instantly. That is a large file though. Anyway, once uploaded to dropbox you can put it anywhere you want...
 

Christopher

Moderator
There was nothing showing in the dcim folder, there was no transfer files buttons or anything showing once I connected the usb cable between the computer and the phone.

I searched youtube and found a video showing a program called Wondershare MobileGo for Android phones, I downloaded it (15 day trial) it worked great, got the pics and videos off of the phone and into the computer.

Thanks for the help.
 

Doug Rucker

Roundtable Host 2009
There was nothing showing in the dcim folder, there was no transfer files buttons or anything showing once I connected the usb cable between the computer and the phone.

I searched youtube and found a video showing a program called Wondershare MobileGo for Android phones, I downloaded it (15 day trial) it worked great, got the pics and videos off of the phone and into the computer.

Thanks for the help.

excellent....will check that out. Thanks Chris
 

tcolborg

New member
Get a dropbox account that way you can store them online and share easily if you need to, plus a basic account is free.
 

GrassButler

New member
I store a ton of Document on Dropbox...... ( blank agreements in .doc format, saved signed contracts in .pdf format, W-9's, MSDS, and other documents that are on my computer that are needed at a moments notice )
 
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