There’s no question that the GoPro has revolutionized how people see the world.
Before Nick Woodman developed the GoPro, taking a picture or video of yourself doing anything required someone else taking the shots. Now people can see awesome GoPro videos of marine life or clips of extreme sports from an athlete’s point of view. GoPro has also made it possible to capture those precious moments with one’s children and love ones.
But how do you transfer your photos and videos to another device to make them easier to view, edit, and share?
Don’t worry! This guide will show you how to transfer GoPro videos to Android.
As its name implies, the Quik Key (Micro-USB) mobile microSD card reader makes transfering GoPro videos to Android smartphones quick and smooth.
Put your microSD card in your Quik Key.
Plug your Quik Key USB to your Android smartphone or tablet.
Tap on Start Pairing, then on GoPro SD card option.
Look at the bottom right corner and tap Select.
All photos and videos on your GoPro SD card are now ready to be selected in Quik.
If you don’t see the SD card option it means your card doesn’t have the proper format or configuration. To format your card, go to Phone Settings > Storage & USB > SD card and format. But remember to back up all the files on the card first as formatting it will erase all its content.
It’s important to format your card so it will be recognized next time.
GoPro videos are a wonderful way of capturing those moments that you want to remember for the rest of your life. The fact that it’s so easy to transfer GoPro videos to Android and there are numerous ways of doing so are a major bonus. And with the right GoPro video editor, you can edit videos and photos in a way that looks sleek and professional.
Are all your GoPro videos safely transferred to your Android device? Which of the methods discussed here did you use? We’d love to hear about your experience, so post any questions or comments here, then share this article with your GoPro loving friends and family.