Bluestacks is still one of the best free Android emulators on the internet today. Its comfortable user interface allows you to install and play android applications on your laptop or PC seamlessly.
However, if you have not fully mastered Bluestacks’ features, it can be quite frustrating when attempting to copy files between your laptop and virtual Android device. Here is a short guide to help you out.
Step 1: Open your Bluestacks App player and click/tap the systems app
Step 2: Access the Media Manager
If you’re using latter versions of bluestacks 4, access the media manager by tapping the “more apps” icon at the bottom of your “Home” tab
or head over to the “systems Apps” in the most recent Bluestacks 4 version.
Step 3: If you want to import files, select the “Import From Windows” option. If looking to export files to your laptop or PC, select the “Export to Windows” option.
Step 4 A: Select the file you want to import from your laptop / PC and click/tap open
Step 4 B: Select (tap/click and hold) the file you want to export from your virtual Android device. Next, select the “Export to windows” option and choose the preferred destination folder on your laptop / PC.
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