Transfer Files from an SD Card onto your Nexus 7. This is How You Do It

June 7, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you want to transfer files from an SD card onto your Nexus 7, it’s not as hard as you think.

You’ll need some things, but once you have them, it’s as easy as touching the screen. So among the stuff you will need are an OTG USB cable, a USB SD card reader, and a Nexus Media Importer app.

Once you have all these, it’s very easy.

Connect your OTG cable to your Nexus 7’s micro USB port, which will give you a full size USB port. Connect the USB card reader with the SD card having the files you need to transfer.

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Now on your Nexus 7, open the Nexus Media Importer app, which you can find for around $4 at the Play Store. Priorities can be set for automatic booting of the app.

You have your files which you can edit, share, save or delete files as you wish. See it’s as easy as touch and go.

With the OTG cable, you can connect your device to most USB Flash Drive, Mouse & Keyboard. It’s an easy way to transfer data from a USB pen drive to your Phone (one without full USB port) without the help of a computer.

Meanwhile, with the help of a USB SD card reader, you can connect your SD card to any device with a USB port. Files can be managed easily using your computer or your mobile.

If you prefer using the a Nexus Media Importer app, you can stream and transfer music, video, photos and documents from a USB flash drive or card reader connected to your Nexus.

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