Control Your Phone Contents with Universal PC Suites

Methinks you'd agree that it really amazes how much phones have morphed into certainly something to marvel. From those old-time telephone sets to modern intelligent hardware that occasionally seems to be much wittier than human beings, smartphones are among the amenities of new-day life. Still, in spite of being so incredible, most smartphones require some additional software to manage their contents via your PC, some of that I'm going to enlighten in today's article.

PC Suites represent software applications for syncing a cell phone with a puter to transfer and back up music, videos, photos, and other essential data stored on a device, update its firmware, and sometimes even to install some apps. Commonly, you can get such suite from the official website of your handset manufacturer, in case it doesn't provide a bundled CD or DVD, or download a so-called universal phone manager to facilitate this frustrating process. Here are some of the latter ones that I hope you'll take a liking to.

MOBILedit!

For me, MOBILedit!is the Achilles of smartphone operating tools merely because of its ability to support almost every available brand running on various operating systems from Android to iOS. With it you will be able to maximize what your phone can do just by connecting it to your PC via cable, Bluetooth, or WI-FI to exchange files between the two devices and, therefore, access them whenever and wherever you wish.

MOBILedit!MOBILedit!

Indeed, MOBILedit! comprises built-in ringtone, photo, and video editors, allows copying EBooks and text documents, supports backup, and other beneficial features. Yet, to embrace all these attractive offers, you'll have to spend $25, so, if you for any reason can't afford this pleasure, I have good news for you: worthy freeware alternatives to MOBILedit! Read on.

Freeware Alternatives

doubleTwistdoubleTwist

DoubleTwist. This is actually not an ordinary PC suite for cell phones, but an app to browse the contents of any attached device from an MP3 player to PSP. DoubleTwist will easily sync your music, including ratings, playcounts and playlists, videos and photos between your Mac/PC and Android device over WiFi, allow you to stream your media to many devices in your home, and offer pretty awesome media player at no cost.

 MyPhoneExplorer MyPhoneExplorer

MyPhoneExplorer. Like MOBILedit!, MyPhoneExplorer will connect your handset with a PC through USB, WI-FI, or Bluetooth. This reliable and appealing solution will not only offer you to organize data on your SD card, but also sync it with Outlook and Thunderbird. Though, such functions like backup and restoring are not available, which is, unfortunately, a noticeable downside.

floAt's Mobile AgentfloAt's Mobile Agent

floAt's Mobile Agent. As it strikes me, floAt's Mobile Agent stands out among other similar suites because of its capacity to both manage all the personal data on your device and allow you to send messages and pickup and dial calls directly from your computer. Besides, it provides a lot of customizable options and is distributed absolutely free of charge.

Droid ExplorerDroid Explorer

Droid Explorer. As you may guess from its name, Droid Explorer is designed to manage your rooted Android device without any effort. It comes across with the plethora of features, like device reboot, file exchange, SD card manager, APK file installation/unistallation, shell commands running, and even more.

Do you apply PC suites to organize your phone contents?

Comments on Control Your Phone Contents with Universal PC Suites

Mitch Watkins

I have downloaded a lot of them. My LG2 came with one that had too many features and attracted some serious attacks from anywhere I don't know. But it was what brought me here. I was determined to have complete control and access of every device in my home with my new LG. Why not, with no experience, I convinced that my I5 was playing iTunes when it was streaming training tapes from my Nexus. The G2 issue really got me going so I found a way to fix Verizon broken software and install all the software it wasn't supposed to come with. Windows has been taught to call it a CD-ROM giving you limited use. Windows will not accept the drivers. Trial and error and I was able to steal some certificates from some older drivers and very carefully get Windows to allow it into its Belly. I just recently was able to get some components of server 8rt and 12 to integrate with 8.1. So just for fun I inserted a .zip installer pack for Windows deep into my Android and then using the Windows operating system, opened it. Very fun. I watched live as the poor thing kept running into certificate denials as it tried to create all the files and folders.

I now use an I5, LG2, Nexus, and Windows and transfer files around for fun. I tried and played an Android video file masked to look like an iTune download. It makes a good effort.

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How to download it to the Skyworth tablet?

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Yes)

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Yes)

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Guest #30649362

Yes.

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Guest #30590410

Yes,I do.

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Milos Ristivojevic

Yes, I do too.

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Awab Ali

I control, as well.

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Guest #30552363

Aha.

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Guest #30547868

Yes, I do.

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Guest #30489447

Yes.

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كاجو المصرى

To Nokia C2-03

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Guest #30400826

Yes, I do.

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Guest #30426671

Yes, for my Evertek.

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Guest #30414808

Nice, I will.

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Guest #30139378

Yes, I do.

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Guest #30382795

Vodafone PC Suite.

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Any mobile suite?

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Guest #30358756

No, I don't.

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Guest #30349390

For Nokia X2.

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Guest #30345954

Very good.

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Guest #30232159

It would be good.

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Prince

Yes, I do and I would say that using this software is very reliable. Thanks to Software Informer for the data.

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Guest #30329537

Yes, PC suites are important.

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Guest #30329283

Yes, of course.

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Guest #30317295

Oh, I will.

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Guest #30315493

Valuable.

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Guest #30315493

Yes, I apply them.

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madhdi

It is very good

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VikiNel

I don't find such programs useful as it is possible to use Total Commander to view your phone contents and to manage your files.

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shibina

Yes, certainly.

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Kolappan Nathan

Yes.

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Guest #30277797

No, I'm looking for good free suite.

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Guest #30091877

Yes.

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You should add Airdroid to your list

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Kapil Patgiri

Yes, I do.

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