How To Connect Google Pixel And Pixel XL To A PC Computer
When it comes to smartphones, it’s normal to be able to connect one to a computer, and that’s no different with the Google Pixel or Pixel XL. For those that want to know how to connect a Google Pixel or Pixel XL to a PC computer, this guide will help you do just that. It’s not hard to connect the Google Pixel or Pixel XL to a computer with the correct software. You’ll just need a USB cable, and possibly a USB-C to USB adapter. Read below to learn how to connect a Pixel or Pixel XL to a PC.
If you connect a Pixel or Pixel XL to a PC, you will be able to use software that will allow for the transfer of music, photos, and videos between your Google Pixel or Pixel XL and PC. To download this app, for Windows or Mac, you can visit the developer website.
File Formats Supported By Google Pixel or Pixel XL: The Pixel or Pixel XL supports audio files in WAV, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, MIDI, XMF, EVRC, QCELP, WMA, FLAC, and OGG formats, and video files in Divx, H.263, H.264, MPEG4, VP8, and VC–1 (3gp, 3g2, mp4, wmv).
Steps To Connect Google Pixel or Pixel XL To A Computer:
- If you have a Windows PC, then download and install the USB drivers for the Pixel or Pixel XL. If you own a Mac, then there’s no need to install any software.
- Connect the Pixel or Pixel XL to a computer with a USB cable. If you have a newer Mac, you’ll need a USB-C to USB adapter to do this.
- A window will show up on the Pixel or Pixel XL phone screen. Drag the notification area down, and make a selection of your choice.
- Connect USB storage.
- Select OK.
- Select the ‘Open folder to view files’ option on your computer screen.
The instructions above should allow you to connect your Google Pixel or Pixel XL to a PC computer. It’s simple and quick, and you should be good to go in no time.