Looking for some method to transfer offline saved YouTube videos to your computer PC or laptop? Then get ready to know a simple method to have your work done.
The Offline feature helps you to download and save the videos in your YouTube app which you can watch anytime without any internet connectivity. The problem with sharing this saved YouTube videos is it doesn’t save the video in one part but creates a chunk of files called EXO which only coalesce when played on YouTube App. Therefore, it is difficult to play videos on any other device. But today I will tell a simple but effective trick to get your youtube videos shared and play successfully on your PC.
Share Offline Saved YouTube Videos to Computer PC
Since there is no single file, therefore, you can’t directly move the file from Android to PC and run the videos in offline mode. But there is App by Google Inc. which can send offline videos from one device to other.
Download YouTube Go from Google Play Store on your device.
Open the app, register with the app and search for your favourite videos.
You can either play the videos online or save them offline. (Two qualities are available Basic and Standard)
Now under Saved section, you will see Send and Receive options.
- Download Emulator .exe on your Windows PC.
- Install the file, it will take few minutes to load the emulator on your PC after first time installation.
- Look for Google Play Store in there and open it, complete your Google Account set up and install the YouTube Go App on your Emulator.
Now on your phone under YouTube Go app select the video and hit on Send button.
Here on YouTube Go app on your Android emulator click on receive. Your device will scan for other device and then Done.
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