Transferring Photos, Images, Videos and Contacts from PC to iPhone
Many people want to transfer photos, images, videos and contacts from the Android smart phone or a previous iPhone, to a new one, without using iTunes or the iCloud. To do this, provides the iDevice Manager an easy way - e.g. by drag 'n drop.
For iPhone 15, 14, 13, 12 and Max, iPad Pro
and iPhone 11, XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, 7, SE, iPad, iPad Air
Drag 'n drop photos to iPhone
Copying photos, videos and contact files (*.vcf) is as easy as drag 'n drop. You just have to drag the desired files with the mouse into the iDevice Manager and click Transfer
click. And in a few seconds the photos are transferred to your iPhone. The video tutorial on Youtube shows how fast it works.
How to transfer Photos and Videos to my iPhone?
If the iDevice Manager is not installed yet, download the program from here.
The second step is the installation of the free iManager App on your iPhone or iPad. The App is available in the App Store.
Start the iDevice Manager and click in left menu "File Transfer".
Launch the iManager App on your iPhone or iPad and scan the in iDevice Manager displayed QR code. This establishes a connection between iPhone and PC. More details about the App can you find on our iManager Page.
Use the mouse to drag the High Efficiency Images, JPG, MOV or MP4 Videos or Outlook or Gmail contact vCard files (VCF) files from Computer into the empty area of the iDevice Manager.
Alternatively, can you pickup images and videos from a folder on your PC by clicking on the "Select Files" menu entry.
To start transfer click the button "Start Transfer"
Depending on the files size - slower for videos than photos and contacts - the transfer is running until all files on the iPhone or iPad are present.
Important! When using the App for the first time, access to photos or contacts have to be allowed.