Nexus 7, the 1st ever Android tablet to bear the Google Nexus name, is finally available. And wins lots of fans. Yes, this new pretty 7″ tablet is even beyond our expectation with lots of stunning features powered by Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. You may soon or already receive your new bought Nexus 7 tablet, and in addition to browsing the web, playing games, or watching movies online with Google Player, do you ever think of copy and transfer your media files from computer to Nexus 7, or vice versa?
If you’ve purchased some movies or TV shows from Google Player Store, and want to backup or transfer those files from your nexus 7 to your computer or to other Android tablets via USB cable or Bluetooth. Here is the easy solution on how to transfer files from Nexus 7 to Computer via Bluetooth:
1. Touch the Gallery app, select a media file you want to transfer. Touch on the Menu option and choose “Bluetooth” from the lists.
2. Nexus 7 will ask you to enable Bluetooth. In the “Bluetooth device picker” screen, select the partner to connect to, tap “Pair and connect”.
3. Make sure your computer have also enabled Bluetooth. After pairing, the device will be added and transfer the videos to computer.
In order to be able to access the media files and transfer movies to Nexus 7 via home network(I use a Netgear ReadyNAS Duo in my home network.). I have searched the Play store but find no app to do that. Later, I searched far and wide and finally found out a simple solution about how to copy or transfer video from hard network drive to Nexus 7?
1. In your router, forward port 1223 to your network drive’s internal IP address and use TCP/UDP protocol.
2. On your tablet, install “ES File Explorer” and “MX Video Player” from Google Play store.
3. In ES File Explorer, go to LAN tab, menu, New, Server, and configure the options. After done, you will see the network drive as a Samba share. Touch it to browse files, tap on the video file and select “MX Video Player” to play.
Hope above method can work fine for you.
Tips: To ensure smooth video playback on Nexus 7 tablet, you need to make sure the video files streamed to Nexus 7 are in Nexus 7 playable video format H.264 MP4. If not, you’d better reformat them first especially some 1080p MKV/FLV/WMV/AVI/MOV movies. To make the conversion task easy and fast, an easy-to-use video converter for Google Nexus 7 is necessary. You can get this top Nexus 7 Movie Converter to make it. Plus, the video converter program can also work as the best Video Editing App for Nexus 7 tablet.