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    How to transfer android phone data to computer?

    As smartphone saves more and more private information for phone users, it is easy to understand that why we need to copy our personal data on somewhere eles to keep it from being lost forever. An android file manager could backup android phone data to computer with ease, try Coolmuster Android Backup Assistant.
    Don't know how to backup android phone to pc, just follow these steps:

    Step 1:Connect Android Phone to pc and start the app on computer

    Notice: If this is the you cannecting android phone to the problem on computer, you should enbale USB debugging first, and install a USB driver on your computer, then the app would detect your android phone automatically.

    Step 2:Select Data and Start Export

    That's all! We can use Coolmuster Android Assistant to move almost everything from android phone to computer, and we can also use it to manage apps, contacts on computer, have a try!

    A wide range of Android brands are supported by this Android managing tool, including HTC, Samsung, Motorola, Sony, ZTE, LG, HUAWEI, Dell and many more.
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