sideload

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Etymology[edit]

side +‎ load, modelled on upload and download.

Verb[edit]

sideload (third-person singular simple present sideloads, present participle sideloading, simple past and past participle sideloaded)

  1. (transitive, computing) To transfer data between two local devices, rather than to or from a remote device.
    I'm going to sideload my computer's address book onto my mobile phone.
    • 2010, Jim Cheshire, Using Nook
      When you sideload content onto your nook, you'll find the items in My Documents.

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