Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Attach Any File Types on Gmail Messages Using Free Applications

The one that appeals to many people to buy a smartphone is because these devices have capabilities that similar to a desktop computer, but in a smaller form and mobile. Smartphones can do almost anything that can be done by computer, one of which is the ability to check and send email directly or scheduled whenever you want.

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In addition, you can also add a file attachment in your email message. But, unfortunately Gmail only provides attachment for picture and video only. So what if you want to attach another file in Gmail message? Just relax, all these problems can be solved easily. You should say thanks to Google Play Store which has been providing a thousand of free or paid app that suits your needs that you can get with ease, including the app that will allow you to attach any files you want on Gmail messages.

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There are many File Manager app that you can get for free on Play Store to allow you attach any files such as: ES File Explorer and Astro File Manager. For this example we are using ES File Explorer.

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How to attach any file on Gmail?
As written on webcazine, here are the steps you need to do:
  1. Donwload install ES File Explorer which you can get for free through Google Play Store.
  2. Once you finished the install file manager app, go to the Gmail app through your Samsung Galaxy SIII Home screen.
  3. Here you can compose a new email.
  4. Tap on the Options button located next to the Home button and then select Attach picture.
  5. On the Choose type of attachment prompt you will see a file manager app that you have installed earlier.
  6. Select ES File Explorer then select the file that you want to attach on your email.
  7. Done. Now you have managed to attach any file in your Gmail messages.

This method is very easy to do. With a file manager app installed on your phone, now you can send an email with an attachment that contains any files you want. So, try this method and share your experience here through the comment below :)

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