To learn data transfer, first you have to learn how each device in the transaction can copy or move and accept files. You must know what kinds of disk drives and data ports yourdevices have as well as which wireless protocols they recognize. Then decide where to store your data.
To begin a data transfer, first research the different ways your devices can accept files and communicate with each other. Once you have learned how your devices communicate, decide where to store the files. For most users, this simply means making a new folder or directory and putting the transferred files in it. The more organized you are before you begin the transfer, the easier it is to find your data later.
Use common sense when transferring data between devices. For instance, transferring data between a mobile phone or tablet and a desktop computer usually happens one of three ways: by connecting the mobile device to the computer with a USB data cable, by using Bluetooth to perform a wireless transfer, or by using an USB microSD card reader that plugs into the computer and transfers files directly to the microSD card. Some mobile devices can accept card readers and external drives.