How to Download Xender for PC Without an Android Emulator

We’ve written this article to show you the best ways to get Xender for PC without using an Android emulator. To do this without any kind of help from bluestacks, you need to make sure that your PC is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your smartphone. There are two methods to do it:

Web connect

Xender has recently added a feature that’s called Web Connect, that allows the clients to connect the Xender application with the PC just by using a web browser, without the whole deal with the emulator or the USB cable. But remember, both your PC and your smartphone should be connected to the same active internet network.

So access http://web.Xender.com/, then open the Xender app from your Android smartphone. Click on Profile, that’s placed on the top left corner of your app screen – it’s usually found easily above the History option.  Then, select Connect to PC and then choose the Web Connect option. Then tap on Scan. After the code gets successfully scanned, the Xender app will be synchronized with your web browser and you’ll be able to exchange any kind of files you want between your PC and your smartphone.

Hotspot

The second method is by using Hotspot. You need to set up a mobile hotspot and connect your PC to it. However, you need to keep in mind that it won’t share your mobile data.

For this one, you need to open the Xender app, then tap on Profile, that’s found in the top left corner of the app screen. Then you need to select the Connect to PC option. Choose HOT SPOT, then tap on Create Hotspot. After this, you’ll see a Wi-Fi network that says “Xender_AP8cfe”. Now you need to connect that PC to your Wi-Fi network. After this, you need to open your web browser. Then enter the web address on your app screen in the URL space. After this, you’ll see a pop up on your phone screen. You need to press on Accept in order to set up the hotspot.

Hunter Texidor

Hunter Texidor was born and raised in Toronto. He has written for Billboard, The Prague Post and Passport Magazine. In regards to academics, Sage earn his BBA from Mcmaster in Hamilton. Hunter covers business and economy stories here at Billionaire 365.

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