Part One. 5 Options to Transfer Photos from Note 8/S20 to PC
We have discussed above four different ways that may help you with transferring photos from Android to PC, we recommend Dr.Fone - Phone Manager because it is not only faster and smarter than the rest, it is an all-around package that helps you beyond your basic need.
Why Dr.Fone - Phone Manager?
Dr.Fone - Phone Manager, as it says, is a One Stop Solution to Transfer Photos from Android to Computer. It not only allows your music, images, videos, and files a safe transfer or share, it also can serve the data manager for you Android, like installing apps in batches, and sending SMS messages.
Easiest Solution to Transfer Photos from Samsung Note 8/S20 to PC
Transfer files between Android phones like Samsung Note 8/S20 and computer, including contacts, photos, music, SMS, and more.
Can manage, export/import your music, photos, videos, contacts, SMS, Apps etc.
Transfer iTunes files to Android (vice versa).
Manage your Samsung Note 8/S20 on computer.
Fully compatible with Android 10.0.
Mainstream languages in the world are supported in the interface.
4,683,542 people have downloaded it
The user interface of Dr.Fone - Phone Manager is shown as follows:
Google Drive is one of the simplest backup options to transfer photos from Android to pc. It works smoothly on all operating systems including Windows, Androids, iOS, and FireOS etc.
How to Enable Google Drive Backup?
Turning on Auto backup in Google Drive is easy as you like. First of all head to settings, a single tap on Photos, now tap the toggle switch to turn on Auto Backup. You can also decide whether photo uploads will occur over Wi-Fi or a cellular connection or over Wi-Fi only.
Don’t want to sync all your photos?
If you don’t want all the photos or videos to be part of Google Drive, do it manually. Here is how you can do it.
Go to gallery, select a picture and tap the “Share” button. You will be shown multiple sharing options. Tap the Google Drive icon, and the files will be uploaded to your Google Drive.
Just like Google Drive, Dropbox simplifies the way you create, share, transfer and keep your files including photos, docs, and videos safe from Android to PC.
Using Dropbox is quite simple
Download the app.
Create a new account or login to your existing one.
Go to settings and select Turn on camera upload.
You will see backed up files.
Transfer the photos from your phone to Dropbox.
4. External storage
While all the other options require internet connectivity, External Storage allows you to transfer Samsung Note 8/S20 and secure your images from phone to an external storage device without any Wi-Fi or data connection.
Just plug in a standard external USB hard drive via OTG-to-Micro USB adapter and offload tonnes of photos and videos, particularly 4K and RAW files.
Some phones, however, do not support USB OTG. In this case, a portable flash drive can be a useful option that connects the phone directly a Micro USB or USB Type-C port.
It is comparatively less elegant solution among all but works fine when you have one or photos to transfer for your Note 8. The process may vary from one to other email providers, but the basic process is almost similar and simple.
It works fine when you don’t have other options available, you can repeat the process to save or transfer more photos.
Go to your email App.
Select “Compose” email and enter your email address as the recipient.
Select “Attach file” to add a picture or two from gallery to your email.
If you are using Android Email then tap on the menu button. It will show a context menu. Select “Attach file” to add a picture to your email, or if you’re in Gmail, you can capture a photo right from that menu. Press send.
An email will pop-up in your mailbox. That’s where you can have your images back when ever needed. Just go to mail and download the attached file.
You can also save your photos, documents or important files on Facebook.
Go to Messenger.
Write your own Facebook user name in the search bar.
Go to “Attach” and add your file there.