How to Use Nearby Share on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Want to wirelessly share and receive photos, videos, or documents on any Samsung Galaxy devices? Here’s how to enable and use the nearby share on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra devices. Also, use Samsung’s quick share to transfer files, photos, and videos to non-contact people. This Samsung nearby share feature is working the same as Apple’s AirDrop to quickly transfer data. Samsung Galaxy and Pixel devices supported this feature. Let see one by one.

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How to Use Samsung Nearby Share and Quick Share on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Note 20

How to Use Nearby Share on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

First of all, let see steps to use Nearby Share on your Samsung Note 20 Ultra and Note 20.

How to Enable Nearby Share on Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen and long-press the Nearby share.

Step 2: Toggle on the “Off” button.

Step 3: Tap “Turn on” to enable Nearby share.

Step 4: Open your phone gallery and select the photo to share with other Samsung or Pixel device.

Step 5: Tap on the Share icon.

Step 6: Tap on the Nearby share icon.

Your device is looking for a nearby device. Make sure both devices enable nearby share feature.

Step 7: Tap on Notification at the top of the screen in your other Samsung galaxy devices.

Step 8: Tap on Device name to connect it.

Step 9: Tap Connect in other devices to sharing photos.

Step 10: Now, open the gallery and you can see the share picture.

How to Use Samsung’s Quick Share on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra/Note 20

It will useful to wirelessly share images and videos to non-contact people only on Samsun to Samsung devices. Make sure to enable quick share in both Samsung devices.

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap on Quick share.

Step 2: Toggle on “On” to enable it.

Step 3: Open the gallery and select a photo.

Step 4: Tap on the Share icon at the bottom.

Step 5: Tap on Quick share.

Step 6: Wait until searching the device. Select the device you want to share pictures.

Step 7: You can see the receiving file from the Samsung galaxy message on the screen.

Step 8: Swipe down the notification panel and tap on the image you received.

And that’s all. Do you have any alternative methods? Share it with us in below comment box.

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