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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mFink, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. mFink

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    As the title eludes to.. I was wondering if I can access my DInk through my wireless home network rather than hooking it up to the computer? Sorry if this was posted earlier, I did a couple searches and couldn't find anything.

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    The phone is WiFi capable, so yes. But it sounds like your question may be can you wirelessly connect to your PC to transfer files and stuff. Is this what you're asking? If so, I don't think so.
     
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    Sorry, I was a little vague lol, guess that's what happens after a 13 hour work day :S Yes, what I meant was: Can I connect to my DInc wirelessly to transfer files.
     
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    I didn't think about using FTP via a browser. That would probably work. But I guess it depends on what you intend to do. To install an app? This is my first Android, so I don't know enough about the OS yet.
     
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    I plan on using to transfer files like movies/music/pictures, as well as apps that I need to download manually.
     

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