How to transfer files between iPhone and PC

The Readdle's Documents app is a free iPhone file manager (iOS). In its latest update, the application has gained a new feature that allows you to transfer files between your mobile phone and PC quickly, safely and simply. The feature works through the Wi-Fi network: just open the camera and scan the QR code that appears on the computer.

Check out the next tutorial on how to use the novelty to transfer photos, music and documents from your phone to your computer and vice versa. The procedure was performed on an iPhone 8. The tips are valid for other Apple cell phone models. You need the latest version of the app - learn how to update your apps.

Learn how to transfer files between iPhone and PC with the Documents app

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Step 1. On the computer, go to . Now, on the iPhone, open the camera and point to the PC screen to scan the QR code. Both devices must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network. A notification will be displayed at the top of the screen. Touch it and confirm the opening of the Documents app.

Scan the QR code that appears on the PC screen

Step 2. To transfer files from your computer to your mobile phone, click "Send Files" in the upper right corner of the screen. Then, just select the items you want to send and wait for the shipment. The files can be viewed by the Documents application.

Sending files from PC to mobile

Step 3. If you want to transfer a file that is on your phone to your PC, check the items you want to download and click "Download". The files will be downloaded to the download folder of your computer, compressed in ZIP format. It is worth remembering that you can only download the files stored in the Documents app.

Downloading files from mobile to PC

Step 4. After making the transfers, it is important to disconnect the computer from the phone. To do this, in the app, just tap "Disconnect".

Unplug your phone from your PC

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