Androidphones mainly use memory cards or SD cards to store data, files and folders. Anyone can access his/her Android phone and removable memory card through mounting it to his/her laptop or computer. Basically mounting is recognized as putting it in normal mass storage condition or mode, which allows everyone to open the Android phone and removable memory card or SD card as an extra window on your laptop or computer. After that anyone can remove or add information, files or programs from the memory card or SD card. Here are the steps of accessing Android phones memory card or SD card to your computer or laptop.
Step 1: At the first step, you need to connect your Android device or phone to your computer or laptop to the USB port through the phones USB cable provided with it.
Step 2: Use your hands to pull down the new notification bar at the very top of your Android phone display. Click in the USB button Connected. Then click in the Mount button of your Android phone to mount your phone to your computer or laptop and enable mass storage condition or mode.
Step 3: In this step, you need to tap the “Start” key on your laptop or computer. Press Computers or laptops “Start menu” to open the file. Then browse the entire list of removal storage drives and hard disk drives until you get the one that signifies your Android device or phone.
Step 4: Double tap the removable storage folder that signifies your Android phone or device to open it. Then you need to use the memory care or SD card files and folders as desired. Then you can close the window while you are done with it. After this, you need to pull down your Android device or phone notification bar once more. Click in the Turn off or switch off USB storage and disconnect the USB line or cable from both your laptop or computer and your Android phone.