Wirelessly Sync Files Between Android and Windows with My Sync Center

8 November 2011 By Sourojit

When we have loads of files to transfer from Android phones to Windows PC we simply connect the phone with data cable for data transfer but what if the task can be automatically?, with My Sync Center you can specify the folders on Android that will be automatically synced over Wi-Fi thereby saving lots of time.You could setup folders for photos and music, and every time when you are on Wi-Fi it will sync them all.

My Sync Center syncs your files over a common Wi-Fi network. The advantage is that it allows you to sync multiple files and it is highly simple. Apart from syncing pictures, music, videos, etc it can also sync iTunes music.

This application need a desktop client to be installed and it works only on Windows as of now. When you launch it for the first time it will ask you to select a category folder from your device and generate a secret numeric code that you have to fill in the desktop client. In desktop client if you drag drop files into the application, it will get synced.

If you look into the Settings tab, pairing with a new system or reset default folders is possible. The Backup tab helps you backup your files even of system folders so that you can use them later. And the Restore tab fetches the data back. The free version allows you to sync 25 folders automatically, rest you have to do manually.

Download: My Sync Center FREE | PAID

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