The Gemini PDA isn’t just a mobile device, it’s a productivity-focused mobile device. This means you’ll be working on it, creating content rather than just consuming it, and crucially this means you’ll want files and documents with you at all times.
Many productivity apps already hook into cloud services, such as Microsoft’s Office 365 apps for Android can open and save documents directly to OneDrive and OneDrive for Business, and Google Drive support is baked into the operating system.
Many people though, myself included, prefer to keep a copy of their files locally on the Gemini. You can achieve this by plugging the Gemini into your PC via USB. With this done, swipe downwards from the top of the Gemini screen and you will see a notification that says USB charging this device: Tap for more options. Tapping this notification will reveal a menu in which you can select Transfer files.
With this done, you will now see the Gemini appear in File Explorer on your PC. You can open it and copy files to and from the Gemini.
Note: If you want to transfer files to and form your Gemini from an Apple Mac computer you will need the Android File Transfer app, available from Google.
It’s also worth noting that if you want to sync files from a cloud service, such as OneDrive, Google Drive, or Dropbox the native apps for those cloud services tend to hide the files away so that they are only accessible through that app.
If you want your files synchronised to any other folder on the Gemini, or to the MicroSD card to make them easily accessible to every app, MetaCtrl provide an excellent suite of inexpensive synchronisation apps that are available in the Google Play Store.