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Manage your Android from your PC


Manage your Android from your PC

If you have an Android based phone, you might want it to manage files and apps from your PC. We have previous covered many Android Desktop Managers for Windows which allows users to completely manage the phone from the PC.

SnapPea is a new freeware app for Windows which enables you to manage your Android device from your PC and organize your contacts, music, apps and pictures etc from the comfort of your Windows desktop. The application has a very good interface which automatically detects the phone when you connect and installs the required drivers. It also installs the Android app on your phone.

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Once connected, you can view and edit your contacts, export them to various formats, manage your Text Messages and easily view and transfer photos, your music and video files to and from your PC. You can even send text messages from your PC and receive notifications if a new message arrives on your phone.


You can install new apps on your phone by searching the Google Play store from the app. Other features include integrated Android backup (you can backup your contacts and personal files as well and also access the SD card), WiFi support, iTunes import and more.


Overall the app is excellent tool to manage your phone from your PC.

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Nirmal is a Technology Blogger and a Microsoft MVP in Windows. He can be contacted at You can find Nirmal on , and .



  1. Arbit Zindagi

    October 6, 2012 at 4:09 pm

    Please try out airdroid.
    It connects via wifi and does not need a cable. Has most of the above mentioned features and some more. I’ve using it since 6 months and have never felt the need for a replacement!

    • Arbit Zindagi

      October 6, 2012 at 4:31 pm

      Oops! You had already covered that some time back.
      However since many new features have since been added, can you consider writing an updated article?

  2. Anirudh

    October 27, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    Never knew this . Now I can operate my Xperia Mini Pro with my PC. Thanks a Lot 🙂

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