How to Transfer Files Between YouWave and PC/Laptop – {2 Ways}

Are you using YouWave as your primary Android Emulator and now want to transfer files between YouWave and Computer? There are thousands of people around the globe who uses YouWave Android Emulator to use Android Apps on their computer or Laptop. WhatsApp, PUBG Game, etc. Now if you are looking for working methods to transfer files from Youwae to PC or from PC to Youwave, then you are in the right place. Without wasting any more time. Let’s get started.

Youwave is an Android emulator program that allows us to use the Android OS on our PC/laptop. Thousands of people use YouWave for using WhatsApp, Hike, Wechat, Line. Above told android apps don’t alone work in the Windows PC platform. Most of the users who don’t have any kind of Android device and only PC/laptop mainly depend on android emulators like BlueStacks, YouWave, Andy, etc.

transfer files between youwave and computer

YouWave is not at all having a feature that will let us do the same. But in the case of Android Emulators like MEmu and Nox App Player, there will be a Shared Folder created in every Folder of Windows including Pictures, Music, Videos, Downloads, Documents. Today in this guide, I will explain How to Transfer files from YouWave to PC and from PC to Youwave using a simple tweak. You don’t need any additional software for doing this.

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Transfer Files between YouWave and Computer

I will be sharing two methods, one is to transfer files from YouWave to computer/laptop and the second one is to Transfer files from Computer to YouWave. Below the given guide will include both Offline as well as Online guide, follow the one which you think is the best.

We need an Android App called ES File Explorer which is a File Manager application developed for Android. We will be using ES File Explorer to do various operations on different sorts of files. To download ES File Explorer, links will be given below.

ES File Explorer File Manager is no longer available on the Google Play Store. The app is removed from the Play Store due to some security reasons. For this reason, we advise you to use some other file manager apps to get the job done. There are tons of good File Managers for Android with tons of features.

How to transfer files from PC to YouWave?

When our friends send us some media files or something through WhatsApp or any mass medium. The file remains as hidden and can be only accessed through YouWave. In this case, we can also transfer files from YouWave to PC without any software. Follow the steps 

Step 1: First of all, Close YouWave if it is opened.

Step 2: Now copy the files you want to use in YouWave. 

Step 3: Now Navigate to C:UsersPublic And paste it there.

Step 4: Now Open Youwave and install any file manager, for easy access use ES File Manager.

Step 5: Now you will see a folder named “C” in File Manager.

Step 6: Open it.

Now when you want to send files through Whatsapp just copy the files to the public folder and use it.

How to transfer files from YouWave to PC?

In this section, I will cover how you can Transfer files from YouWave to PC. This may be media downloaded from WhatsApp or any files downloaded or created through any App. No matter what sort of file it is. Let’s see how. In a certain situation when you want to edit any picture using PicsArt. This method comes really handy.

Step 1: Open Youwave.
Step 2: Install ES file explorer Open it.
Step 3: Now copy the files you want.
Step 4: Go to the folder named “C“.
Step 5: Paste it there.
Step 6: And now just close Youwave.
Step 7: Open C:UsersPublic
Step 8: Now you will find those files there.

This is how we export any sort of files from YouWave to PC in a matter of few seconds.

If you don’t want to use this method, you have another method, too.

If you want a much more advanced Android Emulator Experience then I suggest you Install Droid4X Android Emulator. Droid4X is a fully feature loaded and an Emulator developed mainly for Gaming. If you want to play Android Games on your Computer then Droid4X is a perfect bet for you. Give Droid4X a try, too. Droid4X – Enhanced for Gaming (This is the offline version of the Android Emulator.)

Transfer Files Between YouWave and PC Online

As the name itself suggest in this method we will be using some online file sharing sites to transfer files between YouWave and PC. If the file you want to send is of small size then this method will work so good for you. You may use any Cloud Storage service, File Hosting or your personal Cloud Services, too. Google Drive, Dropbox, Mega, Mediafire are few famous file sharing sites that we can use for this purpose.

  • Go your preferred File Sharing Site
  • Login to your Account
  • Click on the Upload button and select the file you want to transfer between Computer and YouWave.
  • Wait for the upload to be completed.
  • Once done, you have two options. If you uploaded the file in some site and the link is accessible to the public then copy the Link. If you uploaded it to your personal Cloud Storage space then no need to copy the link
  • If you copied the link in the earlier step, then Open a Web Browser in YouWave or Computer and then type in the URL or Link of that particular file, click on the download button to save the file.
  • If you uploaded the file to your personal Cloud Storage account, then open a web browser and log in to your account. From there search and find the file you want and then download it to YouWave or PC.

This is how the Online method for sharing files between Computer and YouWave works.


I have managed to share two different methods to exchange below from Youwave to PC and transfer files from PC to YouWave. The first method is ideal if you want to do the full operation in offline mode and the second method is convenient for people who want to do the operation Online. Hope this article helped you in getting the job done. If yes please be sure to comment download below and if you got some doubts to ask them, too.

Astro K Joseph
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