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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mehta23, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. Mehta23

    Mehta23 Android Expert
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    By using AirDroid, - I have found it extremely easy to move files for root, photos, music, and even text in the clipboard.. Just wanted to share this with all if you as it's really quick and easy
     



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  2. D-U-R-X

    D-U-R-X turbo drinker

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  3. BrutalUK

    BrutalUK Android Enthusiast

    I tried it for the first time briefly last night. Seemed to work ok. Apparently the transfer rate s aren't very quick but still a good app by far.
     
  4. Mehta23

    Mehta23 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    i find it very quick :p
     
  5. BrutalUK

    BrutalUK Android Enthusiast

    I think it all depends on what mode your wireless router has.
     
  6. CDPlant

    CDPlant Android Expert

    I pretty much only use Airdroid now to move files (including ROMs) as my usb connection is on its last legs and constantly crashes my phone and computer trying to transfer files :( I have a 40+mb connection at home so I can transfer most stuff in seconds :D
     
  7. Mehta23

    Mehta23 Android Expert
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    Blooody helllll...... mines only 9.5 :)
     
  8. Jaffa

    Jaffa Android Expert

    I use Estrong file explorer and connect via LAN option to any network share, works great
     
  9. TheSarge

    TheSarge Newbie

    I use WebSharing Lite from NextApp, Inc. It basically turns your phone into an FTP server.

    Very simple to use, and it's secure too. Every time you press the in-app "start" key (which runs FTP server software on the phone, making the phone act like an FTP server) the app generates a randomly generated password that you (or someone you trust) must log in with on the web page the app generates. Then, whoever is at the PC (and logged in) can upload and/or download files to/from the phone.

    I've been using it for about two weeks now, and I gotta tell ya, it's a hell of a lot better then using Bluetooth or a USB cable.

    And no, I'm not affiliated with that developer in any way.
     
  10. Mehta23

    Mehta23 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Air Droid was updated recently - and my God it is amazing now...

    Things I have noticed to be great now :

    1. You can activate the connection by a QR code instead of typing your IP and passcode

    2. You can use it to make screenshots

    3. You can see your most frequent contacts

    4. There is a small widget that allows you to move things in/out of the clipboard

    5. There are a few options like speed install on the top part of the screen
    6. You can open url's on your device from the website

    7. You can rearrange the icons and there are a few widgets

    8. There is now 4 homescreens which I guess are for 4 different devices to be connected

    Other things - the app UI us a bit nicer and less iOS like
    - a picture that matches your phone appears near you device details
     
  11. rockinrom

    rockinrom Newbie

    "have a 40+mb connection at home"

    Please send any spare to Spain, as I only have 775KBs, not a typo .75Mb!!!! LOL.
     
  12. Mehta23

    Mehta23 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Damn!

    I know when I downloaded 8GB of games I got throttled from 9.5MB/s to 0.1MB/s
     
  13. Driftfog

    Driftfog Member

    Brilliant app thanks for the heads up :D
     
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  14. TheSarge

    TheSarge Newbie

    AirDroid works very well. Especially if you;re using an 802.11n router. :D
    I give it two thumbs up.
     
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  15. paroots

    paroots Well-Known Member

    I have one annoyance when using Directory Opus to communicate with my Android (Galaxy Nexus) phone via ES File Explorer. That is when transferring files from phone to my Windows 7 PC, the timestamp of each file gets changed to the date and time of transfer rather than the original (correct) timestamp on phone. Any clues on how to resolve this?
    Pete
     
  16. Mehta23

    Mehta23 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    No idea man. Might wanna try contacting the devs
     

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