For nearly a decade, Apple users have had AirDrop that allows users to share files between Apple devices in an instant. Now, Google has also come up with its own version of AirDrop for Android called Near Share. Google has been working on this new file sharing feature since 2019 and now it is finally available for a bunch of Android smartphones. In this guide, we tell you everything you need to know about Near Share on Android.
Nearby part: Supported devices
- Go to your phone Adjustment > Scroll down a little> select Google.
- Tap Device connection.
- If your phone supports Near Share, you will get the option on the next page.
- Now go ahead and tap Part of the pass To customize your settings.
- You can turn it on sometimes. You can also make your selection Google account Set as well Machine name. In addition, you can also set your Device visibility, With control over control data usage.
Nearby Share: How to Use and Transfer Files
You can share your location with a photo, a video, an app from Google Play or Google Maps, the surrounding part can handle it all. Wherever you see the share button on your Android phone, you can use Near Share. To learn how to share files using the adjoining part, follow these steps.
- Open the file you want to share> tap share Icon> tap Part of the pass. Now your phone will start searching for nearby devices.
- The person you are sending the file to will also need to enable Nearby Share on their Android phone.
- Once your phone detects the receiver’s phone, you just tap them Machine name. Simultaneously tap the receiver To accept On their phone to initiate the transfer.
- In a few moments, depending on the files you have shared, the transfer will be completed.
In this way you can share files between two Android phones using Nearby Share.
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