How To Expand Your Mobile Phones Storage By a Wireless USB Stick
In this post I’m gonna tell you how to expand your mobile phones storage by a Wireless USB Stick.Many people will be disappointed when their’s Mobile Phones Storage is Full.Because Mobile Phones Storage is limited.there is no choice to add an external SD card ? How do you carry your all files where there is no space in the device ?Yes,you can do it by adding those files in Dropbox or Google Drive which are cloud based services.but you need internet for it.
I came to know that a Wireless USB stick from Sandisk that which adds storage to your mobile phones and tablets much like a regular USB drive.we will start now,you need to plug the USB device into your desktop computer or laptop and let it charge for about an hour or more.we can also transfer the files to the stick from the computer via Windows explorer or finder on Mac.
After the device charged,you need to tap the little power button on the stick to turn it on.Now install the Sandisk connect app on your phone,go to Wi-Fi settings on your mobile and you should connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot created by the USB stick.The files of USB drive can now accessed from your mobile device.you can brook audio and video files stored on the stick,you can browse photos or any other documents in associated mobile apps and you can easily transplant files between the mobile phone and the wireless drive.It is much like bunging a USB stick into your mobile phone yet without wires.
The Wi-Fi network which has no security by default but you do have a choice to add a passcode to prevent other nearby devices from connecting to the USB stick.
Unalike using cloud storage, Sandisk’s Connect USB stick need no internet connection and multiple devices also which connect to the same USB drive over Wi-Fi. So if you are carrying an Android phone or ipad,not only that two devices can connect to the stick together but it can be use as a temporary medium to transplant files between the Android device and iOS.
An USB Stick itself is rigidly built with a transparent protecting casing though it is patently heavier and looks bigger than regular USB sticks.The Sandisk mobile app which does have some issues but none of them are allot breaker.In my scrutinizing,the iPad app constantly crashed mostly when reading big PDF files.on the other hand An android app would not allow me to browse the web using cellular connection while the device was connected to the USB drive over Wi-Fi.
The Sandisk Connect which is compatible with both iOS and Android devices and is available in different capacities from 16GB to 128GB.if you running out of storage space on your phone and upgrading is not a choice.The Connect Stick which is useful for expanding your phone’s existing memory.