How do I turn on quick sharing on my Samsung?
How to use Quick Share feature on Galaxy device?
- 1 Launch the Gallery app and select an image.
- 2 Select the files you would like to share then tap on share icon.
- 3 Tap Quickshare and select the device you would like to share.
- 4 On the receiving device, ensure the screen is unlocked and you have Accepted the file transfer.
Quick Share is a new sharing service for sending photos, videos, and files with your friends and family. … Getting set up is easy — this method of picture and video sharing is so simple, all you have to do is find the photo, video, or file that you want to send and tap the Share button.
Samsung has had the Quick Share functionality on its devices since 2020 for use between Samsung devices. The only other prerequisite was that the devices must be running Android 10.0 or later. Samsung Quick Share’s approach to sharing files isn’t based on Bluetooth or near field communication (NFC).
How to use Nearby Share on your Android phone
- Tap the share icon on something you want to share (it looks like three circles with lines connecting them).
- Swipe up on the Android share menu.
- Tap the Nearby Share icon.
- Tap Turn on to enable Nearby Share.
- Nearby Share will look for a contact to share your link with.
The Quick Share option is on by default, but if not, activate it on the second page of the quick switch panel from the pull-down status bar. Choose a file (video, pictures, documents) and tap its share icon on the S20 or Z Flip.
Where is airdrop on my Samsung?
You can either swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the “Gear” icon, or open the list of apps from the home screen and locate the “Settings” app. From there, select the “Google” option. Scroll down, select “Device Connections,” then look for “Nearby Share.”