Ubidrop is the simplest way to transfer files such as photos, music and videos from your Windows to your Android devices. The files are shared wirelessly over your personal WiFi network or Hot Spot without the need for an Internet access.
Before you beging
Transfer files from Windows to Android
- Start the Windows app by double clicking the Ubidrop icon on your desktop.
- Click on the Ubidrop icon in your system tray and then click 'Send to Nearby'
- Choose the file you would like to share and click 'Open'.
- In the list of nearby devices, pick the Android you would like to transfer the file to.
Receive files from Android to Windows
- Make sure Ubidrop is running on your Windows.
- On your Android, open your favorite gallery or file manager app and find the file you would like to transfer. Click on the share icon and then choose Ubidrop .
- In the list of nearby devices, pick the Windows you would like to transfer the file to.
Can't find your Android via the Windows app?
Here is what to do if your Android does not appear in the list of nearby devices:
- Make sure Ubidrop is running on your Android.
- Check that both devices are connected to the same WiFi network or Hot Spot. To make sure if both devices are on the same network, make sure that the emojis displayed in the Android app and the Windows's system tray are identical. If not, the devices are not connected in the same network.
- If your device is using a VPN, proxy or firewall, the devices might not be able to find one another. Disable them temporarily and try again.
- If you are using a VPN, your Windows might not be able to find or to be seen by nearby devices. Some VPNs have settings to let your Windows to communicate with local devices. Have a look at your VPN's settings for a related option.
- Your Windows will not be visible to nearby devices if your trial is over and you have not activated a license. Consider purchasing a license to continue using Ubidrop.