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WiFi File Transfer : Access your phone/tablet storage via WiFi

Have you tried transferring files from your phone or tablet to your PC but just could not get hold of that micro USB cable? If you are the type of person that needs file transfer every now and then but always forget the cables, as long as you have WiFi access, this application can make your life better. The WiFi File Transfer apps allows shares your phone or tablets drive over the air allowing you to transfer data to and from the device through a simple web interface.


To start transferring files, open the application in your mobile device. The start screen will show a basic interface that will let you touch the START button to enable sharing.


After selecting START , the app will display the IP address that you can use to access your phone or tablets drive in a web browser.


In this example, to access my device drive I have to type the address http://10.0.0.19:1234  on my web browser. This  may vary depending on how your network is setup. The PORT NUMBER used can also be configurable. You can also protect the share with a password. All of these settings can be accessed via the apps setting page.


After typing the access address at your favorite browser, the page will ask for a password ( if set ) to continue.


The web interface is easy to use, the folders are listed similar to windows file explorer. Music, photos , videos have their own tab. Users has the option to download, delete, move , make a zip file, create new folder. As an added bonus, the drives memory usage and current battery level is also displayed.


Overall, the application is simple and straight forward to use. It has features for security and the web interface is not bad. You can download the app at the Google Play Store.

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