Hello visitor, are you looking for a tutorial to learn the procedure of downloading Facebook videos directly to your android smart phone? You are in right place now. There is no option available in Facebook to download a video to our computer and phone as well; we can just watch them in Facebook.
However, we can get our favorite videos directly to our android smart phone using a third-party application called as “ES file explorer” which is available to download for free on Google play store. With using this app, we can store any Facebook video very quickly, and it’s very easy too. Just scroll down to read step by step fully explained tutorial.
Guide: To Download Facebook Videos to your android devices
As I said already, we need to use a third-party application to do this. I explained the whole process from the scratch, especially for newbie’s.
- Go to Google Play store application, search for ES File explorer app there. Once you found it, download and install the app in your device.
- I hope you already have Facebook android App installed in your device, otherwise download & install it from the same Google play store.
- Now open the Facebook app, and log in there using your email id and password as usually.
- Search / open the video which you want to download, and then touch on the play button which appears on center of the video screen.
- Once you taped on Play button, it will open a pop-up window like shown below.
- There you need to click on “ES Downloader” if you wish to download that video. Immediately you will see download process of your video.
- Once downloading has finished, you will see your downloaded video in gallery of your smart phone.
That’s it. Now start downloading all of your favorite videos to your smart phone, with free of cost. The main advantage of downloading FB videos to your phone is you will be able to watch them offline without going to Facebook.
If you have any other quick ways to download Facebook videos, do let us know about it via comments. Also share you experience.
Written by M. Sai Krishna who blogs at techgenra.com, a fast growing technology blog.