You can use ShareMe to move files between phones from other brands. So it is usable with a Samsung phone or a OnePlus (though OnePlus FileDash is pretty awesome too). Hence, in this post today, we will see how to use Xiaomi’s ShareMe App to transfer files and data between Android phones.
Your privacy and security are of the utmost importance to us. With our cutting edge technology, we ensure you enjoy a highly secure and seamless experience. ShareMe – An ad-free P2P file transfer tool that works without connecting to the internet. Transfer data from old device to new device quickly.
Two of these apps are SHAREIt and Xender which were used for sharing files offline, especially by android users. Even though these apps have not been reportedly removed from the Play Store App and Apple App Store like TikTok, here are a few alternate apps that will help you get the work done.
Here’s how you can do it:
- Step 1: Launch ‘MIUI Hidden Settings’ on your Redmi device.
- Step 2: Select an Android version.
- Step 3: Click on the ‘Manage Applications’ option.
- Step 4: Select an app that you wish to remove from the phone.
- Step 5: Tap ‘Disable’ or ‘Uninstall’.
To open your Search History, select it from your account menu or use the link in the white banner below the header. Information displayed includes the Search Type and the Search Index. Select the Search option to repeat the search.
If someone shared a file or folder with you that you don’t want to see anymore, you can remove it.
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Drive app .
- On the bottom, tap Shared .
- Next to the file you want to remove, tap More .
- Tap Remove.
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The application is made in India. It can transfer HD movies, files, and images, in just 90 seconds.
The application is made in Bangalore, India. InShare is an app built on a similar concept and allows easy transfer of files including videos, images, music, apps, and more. It is a purely India Based app.is an application created by InShot Co.
The ShareMe app uses Wi-Fi Direct technology to share files among devices, which means it is a lot faster than Bluetooth transfers. Developed by Xiaomi Inc., the app has an intuitive interface that lets users share and receive files quickly.
Works on all Android devices including Xiaomi, Samsung, Oppo, OnePlus, Vivo, LG, RealMe and more. Your privacy and security are of the utmost importance to us. With our cutting edge technology, we ensure you enjoy a highly secure and seamless experience.
Why SHAREit is banned?
SHAREit was one of the 59 Chinese mobile apps that were banned by the Indian government in June last year as part of the first wave of bans. The official explanation was that the apps were found to be jeopardising the privacy of Indian users and the data sovereignty of India.
Which MI apps are safe to remove?
What applications can I safely uninstall?
- Analytics: com.miui.analytics.
- FaceMoji Keyboard: com.facemoji.lite.xiaomi [good Fabio informs us that this app cannot be uninstalled, it can only be deactivated with the command “pm disable-user com.facemoji.lite.xiaomi”]
- Ranges: com.xiaomi.glgm.
- Joyose: com.xiaomi.joyose.
What bloatware means?
Bloatware is a type of software that comes preinstalled on a computer, smartphone, or tablet. It takes up space, reduces battery life, and cripples performance. Annoying at best, harmful at worst, bloatware is rarely useful and serves primarily as a revenue stream for manufacturers and distributors.