May 12th, 2011, 11:31 AM
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You have a few options,
Use ftp, - ok if your pc at home is 'always on' but watch out as many isp's monitor the ftp port and will block traffic/the port. (port 21)
Use an app like dropbox, claims to sync files between your phone and pc.
See if your home router supports usb file sharing - (plug a usb external drive or pen drive into the router to make the drive available to your home network, add ddns if you want to access it via the web)
Or use a NAS - a dedicated hard drive, connected to your router, normally via ethernet, to make the drive available to your home network, again, add ddns to make it available to the web.
I guess it depends on how often you want access to the files, how much capacity you need, and if you want to rely on someone elses sever or not.