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Ways to Get More Free Dropbox Space By Ivy Bruce

Dropbox is one of the most popular and reliable cloud storage servers at present. It's available on all major mobile platforms and integrated into both PC and Mac, supporting you to have access to your important files anytime wherever you are, providing you have an internet connection. However, Dropbox comes with only 2GB of initial storage, while Apple gives 5GB of iCloud storage, Microsoft gives 7GB and Goolge gives 21GB. Lucky enough, Dropbox offers us whopping free space as long as we perform the tasks. We will introduce some useful ways to get free Dropbox space in the following article. Guide to Get More Free Dropbox Space 1 Finish the "Get Started" Tour If you are a new register in Dropbox, you can complete five tasks in the "Get Started" tour to get a 250 MB of storage as a reward from Dropbox. 2 Refer Friends to Dropbox Share a unique link with your families, friends or colleagues. If they click the link and sign up or install Dropbox on their computers, you will get 500 MB of bonus space for each. But the maximum is 16GB. Once you reached the maximum, you can no longer get free space in this way. 3 Connect Facebook & Twitter Accounts to Dropbox Connect Facebook and Twitter accounts to Dropbox, you can collaborate the contacts in those social media sites. You can also get 125MB for each account. 4 Tell Why You Love Dropbox Give a feedback to Dropbox team to tell them why you use and love this cloud storage provider, and they will add a bonus space of 125MB to your Dropbox account. 5 Manage Emails with Mailbox Download and install the mailbox app in your Android or iOS device, then sign in your Dropbox account. You can view new email on your mobile smartphones as soon as you receive it and do some other management. After installation, a storage space of 1GB will be automatically added to your account. 6 Upload Photos with Carousel Carousel, an app designed by Dropbox, helps you automatically upload and categorize every picture and video from your mobile device to Dropbox account. You can get an extra 3GB space in your account as soon as you install it on your Android or iOS. 7 Join Dropbox Space Race Dropbox launches Dropquest and Space Race for universities. You can keep an eye on the Dropbox blog and participate in the races to win the storage space. If all the free space you've gotten from the ways mentioned above still not enough, you may upgrade your account to Dropbox Pro or Dropbox Business and pay for more cloud storage space. Related Articles How to Share or Request Files on Dropbox How to Get Missing Files Back with Dropbox How to Use Dropbox to Backup Files from Computer, Android and iOS

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How to Backup and Share Photos with Dropbox Carousel By Ivy Bruce

Like anyone else who owns several mobile phones, tablets, computers and cameras, we easily got pictures all over the place. I guess most of us may intend to combine all the photos stored in the devices into a complete album and manage the pictures chronologically. You may dig around to found out a reliable app to do that job and Carousel, a new gallery app, offers an interesting take on the problem. Carousel, a delicate media file managing app released by Dropbox, aims at providing an integrated solution for all photos and videos saved in a Dropbox account, unifying them in a single interface and automatically sorting files by time and location. Apart from backup and management function, it also supports you to share photos to families and friends or hide the media files. Part 1. Guide to Backup and Share Android/iOS Photos with Carousel Part 2. Backup Photos from Mac to Dropbox Part 1: Guide to Backup and Share Android/iOS Photos with Carousel To start with, you should download Android version or iOS version of both Dropbox and Carousel apps from Google Play or App Store on your device. Sign in your Dropbox account in Carousel. The photos and videos archive in Carousel is also based on that in Dropbox storage. 1 Backup Pictures to Carousel When you successfully login the app, go to the Settings menu and switch on "Back up photos" option. Then, all the pictures stored in your mobile handset will be automatically backed up and synchronized up to Dropbox. Slide the Timeline bar at the bottom of the interface and you can view the images by time. 2 Share Photos with Carousel Select the photos and tap the share button at the upper-right corner. If it's the first time you do it in Carousel, it will ask you to create a "Shared Folder". Then, give a title to the folder and add contacts who you want them to view the pictures by entering their email addresses or phone numbers. For non-Dropbox users, they are able to see the pictures in the shared folder as well. But if they want to add, comment or like photos in the shared folder, they have to sign up and login Dropbox accounts. Moreover, you can share the photos via other apps installed in your device. 3 Hide Photos from Stream People like using their smartphones to selfie. If you want to upload to Carousel and don't want it to be displayed, you can hide pictures from Timeline. Hold and select the images, tap the three vertical dots at the upper-right corner and hit "Hide" option. Then, the hidden pictures will not show in the Timeline. To check the hidden photos, you can click into "Hidden photos & videos" panel. If needed, hit the "Restore" button to place back to the stream. Part 2: Backup Photos from Mac to Dropbox With the Dropbox Carousel app installed on your Android or iOS device, you can easily backup, restore and share photos. What if you want to back up Mac photos to Dropbox or share the Dropbox pictures to your friends on Mac? Finding way to accomplish it? Just give it a shot to Android File Manager. Step 1 Click the button above to download and install the software on your iMac/Macbook. After setting it up, run it. Open "Preference" interface of the software and click "Integration" button. Choose "Dropbox" option and hit the "Link Account" button. Step 2 Sign in your Dropbox account in the website popping up on the default browser on your Mac. After that, tap the "Allow" button to enable the software access files and folders stored in your Dropbox. Step 3 Now turn back to Android File Manager, you will find your Dropbox account displayed at the top of the two panels. Select Dropbox in one panel and Mac in another, all files will be shown on the corresponding block. No matter you need to back up photos from Mac to Dropbox or download Dropbox images to Mac, you can simply click the target file and hit the "Copy" button at the bottom-middle to finish it. From here, you may know that both Carousel and Android File Manager are pretty good media file managers. Do try out and organize the pictures in Android, iOS devices and Mac with these useful and reliable apps. Related Articles Ways to Get More Free Dropbox Space How to Share or Request Files on Dropbox Dropbox: Manage file from Android, iPhone and Computer

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Share Photos/Videos/Files Between Android Phones with OneDrive By Ivy Bruce

Now that the vacation is over, you should have taken a lot of photos and videos during your holiday spent in a resort. It is a nice thing to share moments and stories of the good time with people. And since online photo sharing has never been easier, you can share photos/videos/files between Android phones through simple steps with the help of a cloud storage tool. OneDrive is an outstanding program specializes in this territory. OneDrive, developed by Microsoft, is a platform not only for file backup, but for sharing. You can share anything between Android devices with it. There are three ways to do that: invite people to view your files, share a link of them, and send contents to people. In the below section, you can see how to perform OneDrive. Note: You can share individual file at one time only. Part 1. Send Photos/Videos/Files to Email Part 2. Share Link of Photos/Videos/Files Part 3. Send Photos/Videos/Files between Android Phones Part 1: Send Photos/Videos/Files to Email Step 1 Choose File to Share Run OneDrive on your Android phone. Sign in OneDrive with your account. Choose a file in Files. In the next page, hit "Share". After that, select "Invite people". Step 2 Share Photos/Videos with Email In this page, you can type email addresses. Then you can set to Allow editing your photos/videos and Require sign-in to access. After that, hit "Done" and the arrow icon. OneDrive will share files you choose with email. Part 2: Share Link of Photos/Videos/Files Step 1 Choose Photos/Videos/Files to Share Choose a photo/video/file. Then tap "Share" > "Share link". Step 2 Get Link of Files In the pop-up note, you can permit anyone with this link can view or edit your files. Then hit "OK". OneDrive will get the link. After that, there will be a pop-up note. Choose an app from the list, for example, Bluetooth. Then you can share the like via Bluetooth. Part 3:Send Photos/Videos/Files between Android Phones Step 1 Choose Photos/Videos/Files Select files from OneDrive. In the next screen, select "Share" > "Send files". Step 2 Send Files via App OneDrive will download the picture/video/document. The you can choose to complete action using OneDrive, Email, Bluetooth, and more. After that, you can send the file via the app you choose. Related Articles Upload Photos/Videos/Files from Android to OneDrive Save Photos/Videos/Files from OneDrive to Android Phone Which to Choose: Dropbox vs OneDrive vs GoogleDrive

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Save Photos/Videos/Files from OneDrive to Android Phone By Ivy Bruce

You can access your Android files anywhere anytime even without the Android phone/tablet you use to store your files! Does it seem pie-in-the-skies? But it is indeed a reality. What you need is a cloud storage tool, an account, and an Android device. For instance, if you have uploaded files from Android to OneDrive, reversely you have access to view the files and save photos/videos/files from OneDrive to any Android phone only if you sign in OneDrive with the same account. What is OneDrive for? OneDrive is a place for backing up, storing and sharing files. You have 15GB free storage. If you have your photos, videos, Word/Excel/PPT, PDF, etc stored in OneDrive, you can download and save them to your phone with this program. Part 1 Save OneDrive Files to Android Part 2 Download OneDrive Files to Android on Mac Part 1 Save OneDrive Files to Android Step 1 Select Photos/Videos/Files Connect your Android phone to Wi-Fi hotspot, or turn on mobile data. Then open OneDrive on your Android phone and sign in to your account. In OneDrive, select a photo/video/file. Next, hit the button "Save" at the bottom. Step 2 Prepare for Downloading Photos/Videos/Files In this page, tap "SAVE" at the upper-right corner to save your photos/videos/files to this location. Step 3 Start Downloading Photos/Videos/Files Your file has started downloading. Make sure you are connected to a Wi-Fi or mobile network. Or your will fail to download your wanted files. After a while, picture/video/files will be downloaded to "Download" folder in Internal storage. Part 2 Download OneDrive Files to Android on Mac Many of us may have several Android devices. If you want to save OneDrive photos, videos or other files into all your Android smart devices at a time, you can turn to Android File Manager. Step 1 Download and set up the software on your computer. Hit the "document" button at the upper-right corner of the main interface. Step 2 Sign in your OneDrive account with the proper email/phone and password. Then, the software will ask you to allow it access all information in your account. Just hit the "Yes" button to authorize it. You can also change this application permission at any time in your account settings. Step 3 Connect Android phones to your Mac via USB cable. Remember to enable USB debugging on your phone so as to build the connection. Click the blue arrow button at the top of the two panels, you can set the source and destination device or service. Select Android in one panel and OneDrive in another. Then, choose the file and hit the "Copy" button at the bottom to download data from OneDrive to Android. On the contrary, you can also back up Android files to OneDrive. Good job! It is easy to do that! You can view the downloaded files in the "Download" folder. Note that you can save one file from OneDrive at one time only. If you are going to download more, redo these steps! Related Articles Share Photos/Videos/Files Between Android Phones with OneDrive Upload Photos/Videos/Files from Android to OneDrive Which to Choose: Dropbox vs OneDrive vs GoogleDrive

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Enhance OneDrive Data Security on Android By Ivy Bruce

OneDrive is a place to store your Android data, for example, your selfies, photos and videos of family, friends, and loved ones, Microsoft files of work, PDF of a confidential document, and more. However, it is not absolutely safe. Storing some private contents onto cloud storage can be dangerous if your Android phone that remembers the account is lost and picked up by someone who plots to steal your privacy. Luckily, there is a built-in feature called passcode setting, which allows you to lock your OneDrive and enhance OneDrive data security on Android with password only known by yourself. Passcode Setting: Enhance OneDrive Data Security on Android Step 1 Go to Settings Connect your Android phone to an available Wi-Fi hotspot nearby, or turn on mobile network. Launch OneDrive app your Android phone. Then sign into your account. Next, hit the menu button (three-bar icon) and choose "Settings" in the pop-up. Step 2 Turn on Passcode Scroll down the Settings page. If you have not enabled the password setting, you will see the option "Passcode Off". Choose it. In the Passcode page, switch the toggle "Require code". This will turn passcode feature on to require use of a 4 digit code to use this application. Step 3 Enter 4 Digit Code Please provide a 4 digit code. In the next screen, re-enter your new code. This will be required t use OneDrive app. Passcode will help you well prevent your Android files on OneDrive from leaking. You can feel safe to upload files to OneDrive from now on. Related Articles Upload Photos/Videos/Files from Android to OneDrive Share Photos/Videos/Files Between Android Phones with OneDrive Save Photos/Videos/Files from OneDrive to Android Phone

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Which to Choose: Dropbox vs OneDrive vs GoogleDrive By Ivy Bruce

You should have heard about Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive, three most popular cloud storage tools. They may first impress you with their features of backing up, storing, and sharing files. However, do you thoroughly know these tools? Which one would you like to choose if you are going to backup and share files? Browse this article and decide which to choose: Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive. 1.Storage Space Dropbox: For individuals, Dopbox Basic provides 2 GB storage, and Dropbox Pro offers 1 TB (1.000 GB) of that. For teams, storage is unlimited, which means you can enjoy storage space as much as needed. Googel Drive: Google Drive starts its users with 15 GB of free Google online storage, so they can upload photos, videos, documents – anything to the cloud storage. If you take Google Drive to work, you will get unlimited storage. OneDrive: For OneDrive individual users, Microsoft gives them 5 GB free storage. If you are OneDrive for Business, you can have 1 TB of space per person for as little as $5.00/month. 2.Compatible Platforms Dropbox: You can download and install Dropbox onto Windows, Mac OS, Linux, iOS, Android, and BlackBerry. Google Drive: Google Drive is available on Windows, Mac OS, iOS, and Android. OneDrive: OneDrive supports Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android, and Windows phone. 3.File Types Supported Dropbox: Dropbox supports Microsoft Office, Apple iWork, audio, video and image files. Google Drive: Google Drive supports most of the commonly used file types, such as audios, videos, image files, Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop, Autodesk AutoCad, Scalable Vector Graphics and more. OneDrive: You can view and edit most Microsoft Office file types on OneDrive. Other files like audios, videos, and images are also supported. 4.Security Dropbox: Dropbox website requires 2-step verification. For mobile users, you can set 4-digit passcode so that no one can access your private data. Google Drive: Similar to Dropbox, Google Drive also requires 2-step verification OneDrive: OneDrive will send a security code to your secondary email address when you try to edit your contact info or connect your computer for remote access. 5.Features Dropbox: You can upload your files to Dropbox, so you can access your files anywhere without taking a USB disk. Besides, you can share files, folders, and like with others. If you need someone to send photos, music, documents, etc to you, you can send a file request. Plus, you can recover deleted files from Dropbox. And you can restore the modified documents to previous version. How to Use Dropbox to Backup Files from Computer, Android and iOS How to Integrate Gmail with Dropbox How to Share or Request Files on Dropbox How to Backup and Share Photos with Dropbox Carousel How to Get Missing Files Back with Dropbox Ways to Get More Free Dropbox Space Google Drive: Google Drive is cloud storage where you can upload and backup Android files. You can download and share any Gmail attachments to Drive. In addition, Google Drive is coupled with power search function. If you type a certain word, the program will locate image and documents related to the word. In addition, you can covert paper documents into PDF file, and view shared files on Google Drive. How to Backup Files from Android to Google Drive How to Set up Google Drive on Android and PC How to Backup Photos/Videos from Android to Google Drive How to Share Android Photos via Google Drive [Fixed]Google Drive Not Working OneDrive: OneDrive supports you to upload and backup photos/videos/files from phone/tablet to cloud. You can share files to anyone via inviting people, sending link, and sending files. And you can download and save backup files from OneDrive to portable device. Share Photos/Videos/Files Between Android Phones with OneDrive Upload Photos/Videos/Files from Android to OneDrive Save Photos/Videos/Files from OneDrive to Android Phone Conclusion: 1.    If you need large storage for free, choose Google Drive as this program offers you 15 GB storage. 2.    With Dropbox, you can recover deleted lost files and restore modified documents to previous version. 3.    With Google Drive, you can search files easily. 4.    OneDrive provides more ways to share files. 5.    The three apps support Windows, Mac OS, Android, and iOS. 6.    And you can use whichever one of them to backup, store and share photos/videos/Microsoft documents. Related Articles How to Backup & Restore your Android on Computer How to Backup & Restore Samsung Phone Data with Kies How to Transfer Data from Android to Computer

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How to Backup Files from Android to Google Drive By Ivy Bruce

I know that it is cliché to emphasize how important a backup is and say "regularly backup your files lest you lose your data accidentally". But a backup is peculiarly crucial. When your Android phone is lost or broken, when operating system is upgraded, and when you accidentally delete your file, backup can help you get back lost data. So don't feel tired of creating backup. And there are some practical backup tools you need to know, Google Drive for example. Google Drive is a Cloud storage for syncing, backing up, and sharing files from your Android phone/tablet. The app With a Google account and the app installed in your Android, you can copy your Android files and upload them to the Cloud. But if your don't want to install the app on your device, you can also try Android File Manager. Part 1 Backup Files from Android to Google Drive Part 2 Backup Data to Google Drive with Android File Manager Part 1 Backup Files from Android to Google Drive Step 1 Set to Upload Files Connect your Android phone to Wi-Fi hotspot or open cellular. Then open Google Drive on your Android phone. Set up your Google Drive, and log into your account. You will have the main page. Hit the red plus icon at the lower-right corner. Then choose the "Upload" button. Step 2 Choose Files to Backup Now you can navigate to files you want to backup. You can upload images, audios, videos, Word/Excel/PPT/PDF documents, and more. In the "Open from" page, choose a folder where files you want to backup are stored. Then check items you want and click the button "Done". Google Drive will backup those files to Cloud. Part 2 Backup Data to Google Drive with Android File Manager If you worried about that installing the Google Drive app on your Android phone, you can also backup Android smartphone data to Google Drive easily on Mac. To start with, Android File Manager, a professional tool enables you to back up files from Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony, etc to Google Drive or Dropbox, transfer data between Android and Mac/iOS and more. Step 1 Download and install Android File Manager on your Mac. Then, launch it and click into the "Preference" interface as below. Step 2 Select "Google Drive" in the "Integration" panel. And hit the "Link Account" button. Sign in your Google account with the correct e-mail and password. Remember to get your Mac well-connected to the Internet during the process. When you successfully login, tap "Allow" to enable the software view and manage the files stored in your Google Drive. Step 3 Go back to the software. You will see the plug-in Android phone and your Google account shown at the top of the two blocks. Select Google account on the left one and Android on the right, all data stored in the two places will be displayed in the corresponding panel. Choose all the files that you want to back up from Android to Google Drive and hit the "Move" button or "F6" on the keyboard, the selected files will be successfully backed up to Google Drive in a flash. You have backed up files from Android to Cloud. Now you can reach them with any Android devices once you sign in your Google Drive account, such as Samsung Galaxy, LG G, HTC One, Sony Xperia, etc. And you can share these files to anyone via Google Drive, inviting them to view, edit and comment your files. Plus, transfer Android files to Google Drive on Mac with Android File Transfer is also very convenient. Related Articles How to Backup Photos/Videos from Android to Google Drive How to Share Android Photos via Google Drive [Fixed]Google Drive Not Working

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Upload Photos/Videos/Files from Android to OneDrive By Ivy Bruce

During a long travel around the world, tons of photos and videos jam into your Android phone, including the internal storage and SD card. They will occupy lots of space of your device, leading to slow performance of your phone. And if the phone is destroyed or lost, you will lose your precious moments. So, if you would like to relieve your phone and move files to a place where you can access them anywhere, you can upload photos/videos/files from Android to OneDrive. OneDrive, cloud storage similar to Google Drive and Dropbox, is a terrific space for you to manage your Android files. You can upload anything from Android to OneDrive, for example, photos, videos, and Word/Excel/PPT/PDF documents. Just with a Microsoft account, you can access your uploaded files anywhere. Part 1 Backup Photos/Videos to OneDrive on Android Part 2 Upload Android Media Files to OneDrive on Mac Part 1 Backup Photos/Videos to OneDrive on Android Step 1 Sign in OneDrive Install and run OneDrive on your Android phone. Then sign in your account. Make sure that your Android phone is connected to a stable Internet access. In the homepage, tap the plus icon at the lower-right corner. Next, choose "Upload". If you would like to save files uploaded into a new folder, hit "Create folder" to generate one. Step 2 Choose Album/Folder from Android In this step, you can choose file types, for instance, Recent, Images, Audios, and Downloads. Then you can choose a folder or album where your wanted files are stored like "Holland" as the screenshot shows. Step 3 Select Items to Upload Log tap on each item you want. When they are selected, you will see the tick icon upon them. Then click "OPEN" at the upper-right corner. OneDrive will automatically upload all files you choose. Part 2 Upload Android Media Files to OneDrive on Mac Instead of directly backing up files to OneDrive on Android device, you can also get it done on Mac. Here recommend you Android File Manager. Click the button below to download and install it on your computer and refer to the guide below to upload photos/videos from Android to OneDrive easily. Step 1 Associate OneDrive with Android File Manager Run the software after installation. Click the "document" button at the top-right corner and select "OneDrive" in the pop-up window. Enter the proper email/phone number and password to sign in your OneDrive account. If you have no OneDrive account, you can create one immediately . When you successfully signed in, the software will ask you to allow it access all information like profile, contacts list, phone numbers, photos, documents and etc. that stored on your account. Hit the "Yes" button to confirm it. Step 2 Upload Android Files to OneDrive There are two panels shown in the main interface of the software. Connect your Android phone to the computer via USB cable. The device name will display at the top of the two panels when it's recognized and connected. Then, choose OneDrive in one panel and Android phone in another, all files stored in them will be listed. You can directly drag and drop the files that you want to upload from Android to OneDrive. You have successfully uploaded files to OneDrive. Virtually, you can share photos/videos/files between Android phones with OneDrive, and save photos/videos/files from OneDrive to Android phone. Just read the related posts and see how to perform it. Related Articles Share Photos/Videos/Files Between Android Phones with OneDrive Enhance OneDrive Data Security on Android Save Photos/Videos/Files from OneDrive to Android Phone

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[Fixed]Google Drive Not Working By Ivy Bruce

For most time, Google Drive works pretty to sync, backup and share files, such as photos, videos, and Microsoft Office documents. But have you seen some errors occurred, like edited file won't sync, shared documents doesn't appear for others, and forcing you to a restriction page? If yes, this article would help you fix Google Drive which is not working. Step 1 Check Android Working Condition Google Drive works when your device is connected to Internet. This required you to check the Wi-Fi connection and mobile data on your Android phone. Then connect the device to Wi-Fi hotspot or turn on cellular. Step 2 Restart Google Drive If your Android phone is connect to an available Internet access but still fails to sync/backup/share files, etc, try to quit and restart the app on your Android phone. If you are using Google Drive with your Chrome browser, reset any settings of the Chrome. For example, reset your home page, clear cookies and cache, disable extensions/add-ons/plug-ins. Still non-working? Try a different browser app. Step 3 Reinstall Google Drive If it still not working, you will need to reinstall the app. Follow this path: uninstall Google Drive from your Android > restart your phone > download the app from Google > install the new app. Step 4 Search for Solutions Go to Google's App Status Dashboard and see if there is an outage of the app. If so, await a fix. And you can go to public Google Drive Help pages to find solutions of your issue. Have you successfully fixed the non-working Google Drive app? If so, congratulations! You can backup files, sync data, and share documents now! Related Articles Google Drive: Cloud Storage for Android Files How to Set up Google Drive on Android and PC How to Backup Files from Android to Google Drive

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How to Set up Google Drive on Android and PC By Ivy Bruce

Failed to run Google Drive on your Android phone and got the note which says "Could not find any Google accounts, existing applications"? That's because you have not added a Google account on your Android phone or used it to sign in any app before that. In this post, we will respectively show you the way to set up Google Drive on Android as well as on PC in details. Note that a Google account is needed. You can sign up to create one. Then follow us and walk through the steps. Part 1. Set up Google Drive Account on Android Part 2. Set up Google Drive Account on PC Part 1: Set up Google Drive Account on Android Step 1 Add Google Account Go to "Settings". Scroll down the page and locate "Account". Hit "All account" and choose "Google". Step 2 Sign in Google Account Choose "Existing". Then enter your Google account and password. Then click the next icon and "OK". By signing in, you are agreeing to the Google Terms of Service, Privacy Policy, and Google Play Terms of Service. Make sure you phone is online. Once signed in, Google Drive is available. Part 2: Set up Google Drive Account on PC Step 1 Run Google Drive on PC Install Google Drive on your computer. Then you will have a window as below. Click the button "Get Started" at the lower-right corner. Step 2 Sign in Google Drive Account In the sign-in window, please enter your Google account and the password of it. Then click the button "Sign in". Note: Your computer must be online. Step 3 Set up Google Drive When you are signed in, you can choose "Sync options" to enable sync settings. Click the button "Done". You will complete setting up your Google Drive. Then it is available to look for the menu item to access and manage your Google Drive folder on your computer. Done! You have set up your Google account on both Android and computer. And you can backup files from Android to Google Drive, share files like photos/videos via Google, and more. Related Articles Google Drive: Cloud Storage for Android Files How to Backup Photos/Videos from Android to Google Drive How to Share Android Photos via Google Drive

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How to Backup Photos/Videos from Android to Google Drive By Ivy Bruce

Photos and videos preserve your special memory, from childhood to adulthood, from kindergarten to college graduation ceremony. Losing them would be heartbreaking. Especially when the memory is snapped into an Android, it is much easier to lose them. So we highly recommend everyone to create a backup lest you are catapulted into the scrape. The post will show the way to backup photos/videos from Android to Google Drive. Google Drive offers you 15GB storage that is free in charge. In another word, you will have free large external storage to backup your photos and videos with the tool. You can upload your pictures and videos from any Android phone and tablet. And you can access your files in any device with the same account signed in. Part 1 Backup Android Photos/Videos to Google Drive Part 2 Backup Photos/Videos to Google Drive with Android File Manager Part 1 Backup Android Photos/Videos to Google Drive Step 1 Run Google Drive on Android Install and run Google Drive on your Android phone. Make sure that the phone is connected to Wi-Fi hotspot or cellular. Then set up your Google Drive account. Step 2 Set to Upload Your Drive is ready. Now tap the plus icon at the corner. In the new pop-up note, choose "Upload". Step 3 Select Photos and Videos to Backup You can choose files opened from different folder and apps from your Android phone, Images and Videos for example. Then check photos and videos that you would like to backup. Tap the button "Done". Google Drive will backup selected items to Cloud. Part 2 Backup Photos/Videos to Google Drive with Android File Manager Here is another way for you to back up Android pictures and videos to Google Drive. Android File Manager can not only help you upload media files from Samsung S7, LG G4, HTC 10, Huawei P9, etc. to Dropbox or Google Drive, but to build the connection between Android phone and Mac to complete data transfer. Let's have a look at how this wonderful software works. Step 1 Link Google Account to Android File Manager Click the button above to download the software on your Mac. Open the software after installation and click into "Preference" interface as follows. In the pop-up windows, select "Integration" option. Then, choose "Google Drive" and hit the "Link Account" button. It will ask you to sign in your Google account. When you successfully login, you should tap "Allow" to authorize the software to access, view and manage data stored on your Google Drive. Step 2 Back up Android Media Files Now connect your Android phone to Mac via USB cable, don't forget to enable USB debugging as well. In the main interface of the software, there are two blocks displayed in the middle. Select your Google Drive account at the top of the left column, and Android device in the right column, all data saved in the Google Drive and Android phone will be listed in the corresponding blocks. To do the backup, you can directly drag and drop the file from Android to Google Drive or select the files and hit the "Move" button. Wait for a while, Google Drive would help you backup your data. When it succeeds, you can sign in Google Drive with the same account to view, download, and share your photos/videos! Related Articles How to Backup Files from Android to Google Drive How to Share Android Photos via Google Drive [Fixed]Google Drive Not Working

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How to Share Android Photos via Google Drive By Ivy Bruce

It is a common trend that people would like to share photos of kids, holiday, food, etc to their friends. Photos shared, to some extent, are social bonds that connect people together. Apps like Facebook and Twitter are a quiet fantastic platform to display photos in your Android. However, what about pictures that are backed up onto Google Photos? How do you share them? And what if you want someone to edit your photos? Google Drive can help you obtain them and share to others. Google Drive is a Cloud storage that not only supports backing up photos but sharing them to people. Just by entering an email address, you can send file to people and invite them to view, edit or comment your pictures. Let's see how to share pictures on Google drive. Share Android Photos via Google Drive Step 1 Select Files to Share Open Google Drive app on your Android phone. Connect the device to Wi-Fi hotspot or turn on mobile data. Then choose a photo you intend to share and hit the Info icon next to it. In the next page, choose "All people". Step 2 Edit Share Settings In the blank field under People, enter the e-mail address of the contact. Also you can leave a message. Then hit the triangle icon next to the e-mail, you can give privilege to people so that he or she can edit, comment, or view photo shared. After that, click the arrow icon at the upper-right corner, Google Drive will send the photo to the e-mail. When your photo is successfully sent, you will receive a note which prompts you the picture has been shared with the e-mail. Steps on how to share files in Google Drive are similar. Try it! Related Articles How to Backup Files from Android to Google Drive How to Backup Photos/Videos from Android to Google Drive [Fixed]Google Drive Not Working

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Google Drive: Cloud Storage for Android Files By Ivy Bruce

As mobile communication facilities such as Android phone and tablet comes to this era, its products - digital photos, video, and audio, Microsoft Office documents, etc have become an important part of our digital live. We value such files. We attempt to seek a large and convenient place to store them. Then Google Drive, a cloud storage developed by Google, comes to meet our need. Now, let's explore in some features and advantage of Google Drive. 1. 15GB Free Storage for Backup The first-rate significant feature of Google Drive is that the cloud storage allows you to invite others to view, comment and edit your files and folders. Once you back up your files in Google Drive, you can keep them even if your smartphone, tablet, and computer are damaged. In Google Drive, there is 15GB free storage available for your photos, videos, PPT, PDF and Microsoft Office documents. Also, you can pay for larger cloud storage. Now, Google Drive is built in to Chromebook so that files and photos can automatically back up. You can get 100GB free storage for two years with a new Chromebook. 2. Google's Best Companion Besides its backup function, Google Drive is deemed to be the best companion of Google. On the one hand, you can download, save, and share any Gmail attachments to Drive. On the other hand, you can store pictures Drive and see them come to life with Google Photos. 3. Powerful Search And Google Drive is so smart that is can recognize the object in picture and words in a document. This allows you to search a picture and document by typing a certain word. For example, if you type "Eiffel Tower", Google Drive will locate pictures of Eiffel and documents with this word. 4. Convert Paper Documents into PDF Plus, you can scan and convert paper documents into PDF files with Google Drive for Android. For instance, if you want to scan a receipt, letter, statement, etc into PDF, take a photo of it, then Google Drive will help you save them into PDF. 5. View Shared Files Also Google Drive boasts the feature "Share with me". You can view files and folder shared with others, including a date stamp that shows when the file was shared with you, the owner of the file or folder, file type, the name of the folder the item is in if it was added to "My Drive". "Shared with me" shows files and folders that include your email address in their share settings only. It is not available to see those with share settings set to "Anyone with the link" or "Public." Drive also works offline. So you can access your files in Google Drive even without Wi-Fi or cellular access. Related Articles How to Set up Google Drive on Android and PC How to Backup Photos/Videos from Android to Google Drive How to Share Android Photos via Google Drive

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How to Use Dropbox to Backup Files from Computer, Android and iOS By Ivy Bruce

For Mac and iOS users, they may benefit a lot from iCloud when comes to data backup and synchronization. But for those who are using Microsoft Windows, Android smartphones, etc. iCloud would be good of nothing. Instead of iCloud, Dropbox works on every platform, making it always-accessible file storage, data synchronizer as well as backup tool. In the following passage, we'll show you how to use Dropbox to backup files from computer, Android or iDevice. Part 1 Backup Data from Computer Part 2 Backup Files from Android Smartphone Part 3 Backup Content from iOS Device Part 4 Backup Data from Mac Part 1 Backup Data from Computer Download and install the desktop application on your PC. Sign in your Dropbox account after running it. If no, just create one. By default, "Dropbox" folder will appear on your computer, located at C:\Users\Computer Name\Documents\Dropbox. To back up important files, you just need to directly drop and drop them into the folder. The new added data will be automatically uploaded to Dropbox website server. Part 2 Backup Files from Android Smartphone Get the Dropbox app from Google Play. Login your Dropbox account and click into the "Files" folder. At the bottom-right, there is a "+" button. Hit it and select "Upload files" in the pop-up menu. Then, tick the files that you want to backup and tap the "UPLOAD" button to start syncing. Part 3 Backup Content from iOS Device Run the program on your iPhone or iPad. Sign in Dropbox account. Click the three dots option at the top-right corner and select "Upload files". You can backup photos stored in iOS device or data in iCloud Drive. Tick those files you want and hit the "UPLOAD" button to finish backup. Note: The free Dropbox account is limited to 2GB. If you want to get more storage, you can invite friends or just pay for it. Part 4 Backup Data from Mac For the above three methods, you have to download "Dropbox" app on your computer or device. Here introduces you Android File Manager which supports you to load Dropbox backup files on Mac or upload data from Mac to Dropbox. Step 1 Launch the program after installation and click the "Preference" button. In the pop-up interface, hit the "Integration" button to select "Dropbox" option and link your Dropbox account. Step 2 After you hitting the "Link Account" button, there will be a website opened in your default browser as follow. Type in the correct e-mail and password to login your Dropbox account. When you successfully signed in Dropbox, click the "Allow" button to make Android File Transfer access files saved on Dropbox. Step 3 Select Dropbox account at the top of the panel, and you will see all files saved in Dropbox displayed. Choose the data in the Mac panel and click the "Copy" button at the middle-bottom to back up data from Mac to Dropbox. On the contrary, you can also download Dropbox data to your Mac. Read up here, you may find that Dropbox can simplify our working life. It's not only file-sharing tool for collaborative job, but also a great helper for personal data backup. We can easily backup the important files from computer to Dropbox, and access to the backup files stored in Dropbox on any device when network is available, instead of carrying USB disk. Furthermore, data, like pictures, saved in mobile phone can be backed up to Dropbox at ease. Also, the new function of Dropbox helps us automatically manage the photos in Timeline, which is quite user-friendly. Dropbox is so a pretty excellent application that you can rely on. Related Articles Dropbox: Manage file from Android, iPhone and Computer How to Share or Request Files on Dropbox How to Get Missing Files Back with Dropbox

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How to Integrate Gmail with Dropbox By Ivy Bruce

As one of the best cloud storage servers, Dropbox introduced and released its Chrome extension to integrate the online storage service with Gmail. The Dropbox Gmail integration enables you to share files stored in Dropbox directly from your Gmail account. Instead of attaching large files to your emails, you can now just insert links to documents or folders without waiting too long for uploading or compressing files. If you are a Chrome user, Gmail user and Dropbox user, just try this brand new brilliant function of Dropbox. Guide to Integrate Gmail with Dropbox Note: Your Gmail account address must be the same as that of Dropbox account, or you can't connect them two together. Open Chrome browser and search for Dropbox in the Chrome web store. Then, add Dropbox for Gmail extension to chrome and follow the prompts to get started. Log in your Gmail account and click the "Compose" button. You will see a Dropbox icon next to the "Send" button in the pop-up window. Hit it, you can check the files stored in your Dropbox. In the Dropbox files interface, select the files you want to share and hit the "Insert Links" button at the lower-right corner. Then, all the selected files will show as attachment in the body of the email. But in fact, they are all shared links which means size and format of the sending files is unrestricted. It also saves space of inbox. With Dropbox for Gmail extension, we can now attach multiple files or folders stored in Dropbox without having to zip them up and waste time to upload them before sending it out with Gmail. Even though the receiver is a non-Dropbox user, he can access to the files by the link you sent to him as well. No size limitations. No slow-down. Related Articles How to Share or Request Files on Dropbox How to Backup and Share Photos with Dropbox Carousel How to Use Dropbox to Backup Files from Computer, Android and iOS

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How to Share or Request Files on Dropbox By Ivy Bruce

In the past years, people relied on emails if they want to send photos, songs or other files to others. However, if you want to share a 4GB video file or some documents in large sizes with your friends as email attachments, I assume it may take you quite a long time to get it done. Moreover, provided you are working together with some partners on one project which requires you all to edit and modify documents jointly. To meet the above demand, Dropbox is an ideal choice. It offers easy ways to share files or folders to those who own Dropbox account or non-Dropbox users. You can also ask people for some files you want by sending file requests. Read the following passage and see how Dropbox make file-sharing convenient and quick. Part 1 Share Files or Folders with Others Part 2 Share Link with Non-Dropbox Users Part 3 Send Files Request to Others Part 4 Transfer Dropbox Files to Android Phone Part 1 Share Files or Folders with Others Sign in Dropbox in the website. Click the "Files" button at the left side bar. Move the mouse to the needed folder, a "Share" button will appear at the right side. You can also select the target folder and right click it, then choose "Share" option in the pop-up panel. Hit the "Invite people to collaborate" button. Enter your workmates' email addresses who own Dropbox account as well and check the "Allow editors to manage membership of this folder" box. Once the receivers accept the invitation, the folder will appear in their Dropbox and they all can edit the files in the folder. If one modified the files in the share folder, the latest version of the files will be synced with those stored in each member's Dropbox. Note: If you don't want others to edit the files in the share folders, you can uncheck the box. You can also just send link to them so that they can view the folders without the ability to change files. Part 2 Share Link with Non-Dropbox Users Make a link to files or folders in your Dropbox and quickly share your pictures, documents, media files with friends and colleagues, even if they don't have Dropbox. To do that, login Dropbox in the site, right click the folder or files you want and select "Share" option. Hit the "Send link" button. Type or paste the email address in the "Send this link to" box and hit the "Send" button. The receiver can use the link to preview the files or folders through their browser and download the files. Part 3 Send Files Requests to Others Apart from sharing files to family or friends, you can also ask them for needed pictures, music, videos, etc by sending file request. Hit the "File Requests" option at the left side bar and click the "+" button in the "Request files" box. Enter some key words or descriptions of the files you need in the requesting box. And set a folder to save the requesting files. Then, click the "Next" button. Copy the link to your friends through chatting apps or type the email address in the box and click "Done". When the receiver open the link and upload the files to it, all the uploaded data will be automatically saved in the folder in your Dropbox. Part 4 Transfer Dropbox Files to Android Phone Besides sharing data to Dropbox or non-Dropbox users, you can also transfer files stored in Dropbox to Android devices like Galaxy S7, HTC 10, LG G4, Huawei P9, Nexus 6 and so on, with the help of Android File Manager. Step 1 Click the button above to download and install Android File Manager on your Mac. Then, click into "Preference" interface of the software. Step 2 Choose "Integration" option and select "Dropbox". Then, hit the "Link Account" button. The Dropbox login website will be automatically opened in the default browser on your Mac. Sign in your Dropbox account with the correct e-mail and password. When you successfully login, hit the "Allow" button to enable the software to access data in Dropbox. Step 3 Connect Android phone to the computer via USB cable. Remember to turn on USB debugging on your device beforehand. Then, respectively set Dropbox and Android phone as the source and destination place. All Dropbox and Android files will be separately displayed in each panel. Select the data you want in the Dropbox panel and click the "Copy" button or Press "F5" on the keyboard to do the data transfer. Dropbox is a great helper which enables us to share files or folders to conduct up to date collaboration with colleagues or business partners. The shared link is an ideal function replacing email attachments which allows us to send files in any format or size in a flash. Moreover, file request feature also brings you convenient that all the received files will be automatically saved in the preset folder. You don't need to manage them manually again. If you can no longer bear to use email to send files, just try Dropbox. Related Articles How to Get Missing Files Back with Dropbox How to Integrate Gmail with Dropbox Ways to Get More Free Dropbox Space

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How to Get Missing Files Back with Dropbox By Ivy Bruce

Dropbox is a file storing, sync, and backup tool for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and etc. users. As long as you install the Dropbox application on your computer or devices, every time you "drop" new files into the Dropbox folder, they will be automatically synced and backed up to the Dropbox server. But what if you accidentally delete a file from the Dropbox folder? Will the deleted file just gone from the server simultaneously? Or have you still got chance to get it back? Being a smart file manager, Dropbox enables you to restore the missing files at ease. Another excellent feature of Dropbox is file sharing. It allows you to share one file to several partners at the same time. And all of them can edit and modify the file online in the share folder. Everyone in the share group will get the updates automatically. However, if one did some wrong modification to the document and saved it, is it possible to restore files to previous versions? Keep on reading the following article and check how to get things done. Part 1 Recover Deleted Files with Dropbox Part 2 Restore Documents to Previous Versions Part 1 Recover Deleted Files with Dropbox 1 Recover Deleted Files or Folders from Trash Bin Sign in to the Dropbox website and click into file folders. Hit the trash can icon near the file search browser to display the recent deleted files or folders. When you found the file or folder you need to retrieve, select and right click it. Then, choose the "Restore" option in the pop-up panel. Now you can check the file back in the folder stored it before deletion. Tips: If you want to recover several files or folders at a time, keep pressing the "shift" (PC) or "command" (Mac) key as you click to select files or folders. 2 Undo Deletion Events to Restore Files or Folders After you log in Dropbox, hit the "Events" button at the left-side bar. It shows when you add, delete, modify and share files or folders. Once you found the deleted file, select and click it. Then, hit the "Restore this file" button at the top-left to recover the file. Note: All the deleted files or folders will only be saved in Dropbox website for 30 days. If you own a Dropbox for Business or Dropbox Pro account purchased with Extended Version History, you can restore a deleted file at any time within a year. Part 2 Restore Documents to Previous Versions Search for the file in the file Browser. Select the file you need and right-click it. Then, choose "Previous versions" in the pop-up menu. Check the version of the file you want to revert to. Select the ratio button at the left of the version and hit the "Restore" button. Dropbox is an insanely useful tool helping you backup and restore important files and folders, revert documents to previous versions as well. If you have any question on the use of Dropbox, please feel free to leave it below. Related Articles Dropbox: Manage file from Android, iPhone and Computer How to Backup and Share Photos with Dropbox Carousel How to Use Dropbox to Backup Files from Computer, Android and iOS

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Dropbox: Manage file from Android, iPhone and Computer By Ivy Bruce

Dropbox, as a file hosting service, must be pretty familiar for people, office staff in particular. Dropbox enables users to upload file folder to the cloud storage, and then synchronizes so that the files appear to be in the same folder regardless of which computer or device is used to view them. Files saved in the folder are also accessible via Dropbox website, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Android, iOS mobile apps, etc. According to official statistics, about 25,000,000 people around the world rely on Dropbox; 2 hundred million of files are uploaded to Dropbox cloud storage daily; and more than a million of files are transferred via Dropbox every five minutes. In the below article, let's take a look at the brilliant features that make Dropbox stand out and popular. 1 Access to Your Files Anywhere One of the basic functions of Dropbox is file synchronization. As if you upload some folders to Dropbox with the computer at home, you can access to the folders in the office PC, laptop, Android mobile phone or iPad via Dropbox website or the application installed in computers or devices. In this way, you can access to the important files anytime anywhere instead of taking USB disk. 2 Share Files, Folders or Link with Others If you need to send several folders to a collaborative team, it may take you quite long to do it with traditional email. With Dropbox, you can easily share folders to others who also own a Dropbox account very quickly, no matter how large the files or folders sizes are and what formats they are in. When the receiver accepts the sharing, the sent folders or files will automatically saved in his application. For those who have no Dropbox account, you can share a link of the files to their mailbox as well. 3 File Request from Families, Friends or Others Sometimes we may need our families, friends, colleagues or others to send photos, music, documents, etc to us. With Dropbox, we can directly send "File Request" link to their emails. Once the other side receive the link and upload the files on it, those files will be automatically saved in the preset folders in your Dropbox. 4 Backup and Recover Deleted or Modified Documents Provided you accidentally trashed some files in your computer, you can sign in Dropbox in the site and retrieve them. Or thing like that happen to you: you modified a document with some wrong information and save the file after modification. With Dropbox, you can restore the file back to the previous versions. Read up here, you may know well about Dropbox and figure out why it's so popular. No matter you are an entrepreneur or a teacher, a photographer or office worker, an artist or an activist, Dropbox is a good choice in terms of file management as well as simplifies your life. Hurry to give it a shot. Related Articles How to Get Missing Files Back with Dropbox Ways to Get More Free Dropbox Space How to Backup and Share Photos with Dropbox Carousel

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How to Backup Files to Amazon S3 By Ivy Bruce

Losing the entire album, music collection or the PPT that you need to present the next day is something we don't want to experience, yet many of us don't have a backup because of inadequate storage space. Now Amazon S3, for Amazon Simple Storage Service, offers unlimited cloud storage to users. Everyone can back up files to Amazon S3 so that they can retrieve all data if one day files are lost. Backup Files to Amazon S3 Step 1 Sign up/into Amazon Web Service To sign up, go to http://aws.amazon.com/. Then select "Create a Free Account". Enter your e-mail or mobile number in the blank. Then select "I am a new user". Then click "Sign in using our secure server". After that, fill in your contact info, payment info, identity verification, support plan, confirmation by following the instruction. Step 2 Open AWS Management Console Once signed up, click "Launch Management Console" at the right. Then you will be taken into the log-in page. Enter your email address and select "I am a returning user and my password is". After that, enter your password and click the "Sign in using our secure server". Step 3 Open the Dashboard In the AWS center, locate "Storage & Content Delivery". Select and double click "S3" to open the dashboard. Step 4 Create a Bucket You are in the S3 dashboard. Click the "Create Bucket" button at the upper left corner. Then create a bucket by selecting a bucket name and region. After that, click the "Create" button. Note: there are a number of restrictions on S3 bucket names; you can see the full list here. A bucket is a container for object stored in Amazon S3. When creating a bucket, you can choose a Region to optimize for latency, minimize costs, or address regulatory requirements. For more information regarding bucket naming conventions, please visit the Amazon S3 documentation. Step 5 Backup Files to Amazon S3 Select your newly created bucket, which is named "xx-back-bucket". Then click the Upload button. Click Add Files and select a file to backup. Then check the "Start Upload" button to begin backing up. Then progress bar on the right column will show the upload status. Now that you have backed up your files into Amazon S3, you can reach your files and the retrieve any amount of data at any time, from anywhere on the web. Related Articles How to Get Missing Files Back with Dropbox How to Integrate Gmail with Dropbox Ways to Get More Free Dropbox Space

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How to Share Files or Folders Using Amazon S3 By Ivy Bruce

Sometimes you need to share files or folders to your audiences. For example, you may want to share pictures captured during a journey. And you may need to share a note of a meeting, a presentation and anything else. To meet your need, we are introducing Amazon S3. This tool is able to generate a URL for your files so that you can share the link to your audiences. Part 1. Directly Share Files/Folders with Amazon Part 2. Share Files/Folders on Amazon S3 with Commander One Part 1: Directly Share Files/Folders with Amazon Step 1 Sign into Amazon Sign into Amazon. Then go to the Amazon Dashboard. Then locate “S3” under “Storage & Content Delivery”. Step 2 Make Files Public Then select and open one of the buckets. You can select an item to share. Then click “Actions” and select “Make Public”. Then select “OK” in the pop-up note and confirm to make the file public. It can take minutes to make your file public. Step 3. Copy and Share URL of Files/Folders Under actions, you can select “Properties”. Then there is the link you can use to share. Part 2: Share Files/Folders on Amazon S3 with Commander One Step 1 Sign into S3 Console Go to the log-in page: http://aws.amazon.com/. If you have had an account for S3, directly sign into the console by following the command line: Enter your email address and select “I am a returning user”. Then enter the password and click “Sign in using our secure server”. Step 2 Create Access Key a. When in the Amazon Web Services center, click the arrow icon next to your account name and expand all options. Then choose “Security Credentials”. b. You are accessing the security credentials page for your AWS account. Click “Continue to Security Credentials” and move on. c. Now you can manage the credentials for your account. Click the option “Access Keys” and expand contents of it. Then click the “Create New Access Key” button. d. Your access key (access key ID and secret access key) has been created successfully. Click the “Download Key File” button. Your key file will be downloaded, which contains your new access key ID and secret access key. To help protect your security, store your secret key securely and do not share it. e. When access key is downloaded, copy the access key ID and secret access key for further use. Step 3 Copy S3 Access Key to Commander One Click the button below to download Commander One on your computer. Then,finish the installation and open it. Then click “S3” button at the top-right of the main interface. In the pop-up window, enter aws.amazon.com in the "Name" blank, and fill in both the "Access Key" and the "Secret Key" that you copied from Amazon S3. After that, hit the "Connect" button. When the connection is built, you can view the bucket on the software. Right click it and select "Copy Link" option, you can easily check the file on the browser. With Commander One, you can also directly transfer files from Amazon S3 to Mac. In addition to sharing files, Amazon S3 can also help you back up files. Anyway, this high- highly-scalable cloud storage couples with multiple features that assists in data management. Give it a try. Related Articles Motorola Migrate: Transfer Data from iPhone to Motorola How to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Motorola Migrate: Transfer from Old Phone to New Motorola

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