Posted September 28, 2018 10:31:18With the advent of smartphones, it is now possible to transfer digital content between devices like computers and smartphones, and it is possible to store and share digital content in your home with your family.
But now a new service, dubbed Electronic Vaulting, can do the same with an Android smartphone and a USB stick, which can be plugged into your computer via Bluetooth.
This is the first time an Android device has ever been used as a USB flash drive.
The device works by plugging in to your computer and letting you transfer your personal content to your smartphone or tablet using a USB drive.
When you plug the device in, you’ll be greeted by an interface similar to the one on your Android phone.
You’ll then be prompted to select an option that lets you choose between transferring your content to the device, or storing it on your device.
You’ll also be presented with a few options, including downloading and installing applications on your smartphone, or letting you browse the Internet with an app.
Once you’ve chosen your destination, you can click on the icon next to the word “Start” to begin the transfer.
Once your device is connected to your PC, it will take about five minutes to download all of your content from your Android smartphone or PC to your USB flash device.
If your PC is not connected, the transfer process will take much longer.
Once the transfer is complete, you will then be presented a “Transferring” page that will ask you to enter your personal details.
The information you enter will then go to the Android device, and the data will be transferred to your device via Bluetooth, in a process called “bluetooth transfer.”
You will then need to manually download all the files from your USB drive onto your Android device.
Once the transfer has finished, you should see the “Done” icon on your computer.
Once you have done so, you have two options:You can either choose to transfer all of the files onto your PC (which would take longer), or you can choose to upload the files on your PC as “stored on your USB Flash device.”
You can also choose to let the Android transfer the files to your home or other device, such as your mobile phone.
Once downloaded, your files will then appear in your USB storage device.
After downloading them, you need to transfer them onto your USB device via USB cable.
The process can take up to a minute.
When your files are transferred, they will appear in a folder on your desktop, which you can then open.
You will need to enter the email address and password you provided when you signed up for the service.
You will also need to have the Android smartphone plugged in to the USB flash card reader on your phone or tablet.
Once you’ve done that, you are ready to upload your files.
Once your files have been uploaded, you must open your Android app, select the files you want to upload, and then choose “Upload” from the “Download Files” menu.
If your Android has the ability to upload files via USB, it can now do the transfer of all of its content, which includes photos, music, videos, documents, and even games.
The service can be found at https://www.electronicvault.com/ and is available for Android phones.