How to Move Google Photos to SD Cards

I think the problem is that Google Photos still doesn’t have access to the SD card, but I don’t know how to give it access, I googled it told me to go to Photos setting and then "SD card access" however I have no such option in my settings.

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Jean· Answered on May 27, 2024

One of the main reasons for transferring your Google Photos to an SD card is to free up space on your device's internal storage. By transferring your images to an SD card, you not only create space for new memories but also ensure that your previous photos are still accessible.

If you only need to move a few Google photos to your SD card, you can open your Google Photos on the browser > download your desired Google photos > connect your SD card to your PC > copy your selected Google photos to your SD card.

However, the above method is useless for iPhone users with a batch of Google photos. In this case, the most efficient way is to adopt a third-party tool like EaseUS MobiMover to transfer 1,000 Google Photos to iCloud in minutes. Besides, it allows you to synchronize contacts, calendars, and other files between iCloud and Google Drive.

Why use this tool as your first option for moving Google Photos to iCloud?

  • Ease of use: Simple UI with step-by-step instructions.
  • Transfer Speed: Quickly transfers enormous amounts of images.
  • Compatibility: Works perfectly on Windows and Mac PCs.

Related article: How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to SD Card With/Without Computer


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