iVCam can transfer video from mobile phone to PC via USB connection, which is more stable and fast.
After you plug in the USB cable, iVCam will automatically connect and transfer video via USB. Easy peasy!
Note: If USB is not working, make sure that the Apple Device Driver is successfully installed and the Apple Application Support service is enabled. Keep iTunes open if necessary.
If your phone can’t be recognized after connecting to your PC, please install the phone’s USB driver. You can directly install the official mobile assistant software, or download it here or search according to your mobile phone brand, for example, searching “Android USB Driver for Samsung“.
After installing the driver, connect your phone to your PC and it will be recognized as a USB storage or Media device based on your selection.
On your phone side, enable the USB Debugging option under Settings > Developer options.
For Android 4.2 and newer, Developer options is hidden by default. Show it using the following steps:
- On the device, go to Settings > About <device>.
- Tap the Build number 7 times to make Settings > Developer options available.
- Then enable the USB Debugging option.
Google “Enable USB Debugging on the Android Device” for more details if you don’t know how to do that.
Tip: You might also want to enable the Stay awake option, to prevent your Android device from sleeping while plugged into the USB port.
When the USB cable is plugged in, select using USB for Transfer files (MTP) or Transfer photos (PTP).
Run iVCam PC client and wait for a while. If the phone is connected for the first time, it will prompt you to allow USB debugging:
Select OK to make it work.
Note: This step is necessary. Google for help if this prompt doesn’t show on your phone.
If the phone is properly configured and connected to the PC with a USB cable in USB debugging mode, iVCam will automatically connect and transfer video via USB.