The flexible electrodes based on CVD-graphene/ AgNWs hybrid transparent films were prepared by the vacuum filtration and substrate transferring method, and several performances of the films including sheet resistance, optical transmittance, work function, surface roughness and flexibility were further researched. The results suggested that the hybrid films which were obtained by vacuum filtration and substrate transferring method have the advantages such as uniform distribution of AgNWs, high work function, low roughness and small sheet resistance and good flexibility. The sheet resistance of the hybrid films would decrease with the increasing of the concentration of AgNWs, while the surface roughness would increase and the optical transmittance at 550nm of the films decrease linearly. Organic light emitting devices (OLED) devices based on CVD-graphene/AgNWs hybrid films were fabricated, and characteristics of voltage-current density, luminance, current efficiency were tested. It’s found that CVD-graphene/AgNWs hybrid films were better than CVD-graphene films when they were used as anodes for organic light emitting devices. It can be seen that CVD-graphene/AgNWs hybrid transparent films have great potential in applications of flexible electrodes, and are of great significance for promoting the development of organic light emitting devices.