If your phone is an Android smartphone
- Connect the provided USB cable to your device and then to your Windows computer. Make sure your device is turned on and unlocked.
- When you first plug in the device, the computer will ask you to install the drivers. Click OK to continue. (If your device is not recognized, you may need to update your drivers)
- Go to Notifications (by dragging the notification bar at the top of the screen down)
- Touch the USB connection notification.
- Touch and select Media Device (MTP)
- Drag and drop files between your computer and the phone folders
For Microsoft Windows XP:
- Click Start > My Computer
- Your phone will appear as a connected drive where you can drag and drop files.
- For Windows 7/Windows 8
- Open "Computer" from the "Start" menu
- Click on your device under "mobile device
- Your phone will appear as a connected drive to which you can drag and drop files.
For Mac Os
- Use the "Android File Transfer" application.
If your phone is an IPhone
- Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to your Mac with a USB cable.
- Open the photo/video app.
- The photo/video app will display an import screen containing all the photos and videos on your connected device. If the import screen does not appear automatically, click on the device name in the video sidebar.
- If prompted, unlock your iOS device with a passcode.
- If you receive a prompt on your iOS device asking you to trust this computer, tap "Trust" to continue.
- Select the videos you want to import and click "Import Playlist" or "Import All New Videos".
- Wait until the operation is complete, then disconnect your device from your Mac.