I also appreciate your suggestion Pentel, but I'm not sure what app to use to create the file. I have ES file explorer pro and I am thinking that maybe I should use that if I go this route.
You don't need an app to create the folder (file as you say it). Once you connect the phone to laptop via the USB cable, Windows Explorer will pop up on your laptop. You will see the "contents" of your phone from Windows Explorer. Using your laptop, create a folder on the phone, as how you would create a folder on Windows. Once you have that folder created, double click on that folder and copy your photos to that folder. All this is done from your laptop, you don't need any app on the phone. Once completed, unplug the phone from laptop, you can view the photos on your phone through Gallery or ES File Explorer.
Again, here are the instructions to transfer of photos from laptop to phone, without installing additional apps/software:
- Connect laptop to phone using a USB cable
- Windows will pop up a folder on the laptop showing the storage on the phone
- Create a folder on the phone using Windows Explorer from the laptop
- Copy photos from laptop to phone using Windows Explorer