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How to Share Files Between Android and Windows in AMIDuOS

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AMIDuOS brings nothing less than the full Android experience on Windows. With all the features that Android users came to love, this software will allow you to run all the Android applications available in Android markets. Because PCs and laptops have much more processing power, AMIDUOS will run at an incredible speed and perform all your chores without limitations.

With all the features that Android users came to love, this software will allow you to run all the Android applications available in Android markets. Because PCs and laptops have much more processing power, AMIDUOS will run at an incredible speed and perform all your chores without limitations.

Because PCs and laptops have much more processing power, AMIDUOS will run at an incredible speed and perform all your chores without limitations.

Aside from being  the industry leading software that successfully replaces the need for dual-boot, AMIDuOS provides a great feature that enables the user to share data between Android and Windows.

You can share music, videos, pictures and documents between the two operating systems.

With this in mind, here’s how to configure shared folders in AMIDuOS:

How to Configure Shared Folders with AMIDuOS Configuration Tool

1. Go to Start and open DuOS Configuration tool. If you recently installed AMIDuOS, it should be at the top of the list.

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2. Expand the General tab and move over to Shared Folders.

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3. Click the browse icon and select a folder for each entry. These folders will serve as containers for your shared files between the two operating systems. Hit Apply to confirm your selection.

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4. Launch DuOS and download a file manager so you can check whether the files are being shared. We choose ES File Explorer.

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Note: If you are unable to download and install any apps, go to Settings > Security and enable Unknown Sources.

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5. Place some files in the shared folders added at step 3 and check whether they appear inside DuOS.

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