Android File Transfer


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    douglashh Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is there an older version of Android File Transfer that works with Android 2.3.6? The only version I can find requires Android 3 and above?

    I'm trying to transfer an Android App from my mac to my T-Mobile Prism.

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  2. jjrx3

    jjrx3 Well-Known Member

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    i dont think there is one. Try sending the file over bluetooth or use airdroid. I had the same problem but i used the SD card to transfer my files
     
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    douglashh Member This Topic's Starter

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    I tried to get bluetooth set up but when I tried to send the file I kept getting a message something to the effect of 'rejected illegal transfer'. Couldn't figure out what I was doing wrong and gave up. I followed the directions in the owners manual for the T-mobile Prism but still couldn't figure it out.
     
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    You might try with a file manager to connect to your Mac as a network share via WiFi.
    ES File Explorer, free in Play Store, works fine with shares on my network disk drive :)

    Harry
     
  6. douglashh

    douglashh Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks, but my Mac Mini is connected via an ethernet cable so not on a wifi network. Maybe I could email the file to my iPad and then connect to the phone via wifi.

    Sure would be easier if you could just transfer files by connecting the UBS cable.
     
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    If you use the same modem/router in a home network to connect WiFi and LAN to the internet, then the phone should be able to "see" the Mac on the home network.

    Harry
     
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    Bluetooth of both devices must be well and also the space problem shouldn't be there. Have a recheck of settings and all.
    vans authentic
     

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