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Are you tired of seeing the "lack of storage message" on your phone? Or of not being able to transfer files between different operating systems? Then you can appreciate how much simpler it would be to use a flash drive as a go-between. Even your devices have different port types, a flash drive with multiple built-in ports solves that problem nicely.
This 4-in-1 drive offers a roomy 64GB of fast flash storage for your files, and it has USB-C, micro-USB, USB 3.0, and Lightning connectors built in. You can move large music, image, and video files from your phone to a computer or tablet and vice versa, regardless of whether they are stored on Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android devices.
For instance, if you have photos on an older laptop and want to move them to your phone, insert the flash drive into the computer's USB port, transfer the images, move the drive to your phone using one of the other connectors, and share the photos again. Or if you have entertainment downloaded to your phone that you want to watch on your laptop's larger screen, reverse the process. It couldn't be any easier.