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  • Android External Storage

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  • Use USB flash drives for storage.
  • Connect your Android device to a USB storage device.
  • Open Files by Google on your Android device.
  • Tap Browse at the bottom.
  • To open a storage device, simply tap it. Allow.
  • Scroll down to "Storage devices" and tap your USB storage device to find files.

Android External Storage is a location where you can store additional data for Android; however, the things you save here are not protected by the security system. External storage is usually divided into two categories: External storage that is fixed: Usually referred to as the device's hard drive. Storage that can be removed: SD Card, for example.

An external storage device, also known as auxiliary storage or secondary storage, is a device that houses all of a computer's addressable data storage that isn't contained in the main storage or memory.

Internal and external storage are two types of physical storage spaces provided by the Android system. The most major distinction is that internal storage on most devices is smaller than external storage.

Optical, magnetic, and semiconductor storage devices are the three basic types. The magnetic gadget was the first of them. Magnetic storage in the form of tapes was first used in computer systems (yes, just like a cassette or video tape).

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