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There are many times you've wondered how to move files from a smartphone to a computer without cables. For example, sharing files via an online storage site like Dropbox or Google Drive is the most common way to do this. However, it can prove difficult if you have very large files and don't have access to WiFi.

What is the best way to move files with no cables?

SuperBeam can be used to solve the problem. This program works in a similar way to SHAREit and allows you to send files over the Internet without using cables. It also creates a WiFi access point that can allow the users to connect to the app that is compatible with their operating systems. The difference between the two is that the devices must share the same wireless networks.

To connect to your Android phone (the iOS App is available), the app must be installed on both your smartphone and Windows. Java is required for the latter. You can then connect the devices using a QR code. Once you have that, you will be able transfer files between them.

These features are available on Linux, Mac and other operating systems.

  • You can transfer files from your computer to mobile devices by using QR codes, sharing keys or linking them.
  • You can simply scan the code using your smartphone's camera to receive files.
  • Simple drag & drop system.
  • If you don't have the app, share the URL.

The program is free to download and use but there's a premium version which allows you to organize files and share them with multiple devices. It's also available for Mac, Linux and Android (in APK format).