Attach your phone to computer via a USB cable. Your may phone may already come with one, if not, you can easily pick one up at the store. It goes in the same place you charge the phone and then just hook the other end to the USB port on your computer.
You can use Bluetooth if your phone have it. It wireless so i think it is less hassle.
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