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Tuesday, 10 June 2014

How to transfer files to Android over Wifi

by Salman Khan  |  at  6/10/2014

Today is the world of wireless devices. Everything is going wireless because no one like the wires. Among the Wireless devices, WiFi is a remarkable invention of this generation and it has became very common everywhere. Most of the peoples have a WiFi Network installed in their homes or offices.
Android devices need a USB cable to connect to the PC and transfer files. But now you don't need any extra cables to connect your android to your computer. In order to Transfer/Copy files between Android and PC without the USB Cable you have to get the very useful application, i.e. WiFi File Transfer. By using this great App you can manage files between your computer and Android wirelessly.

The features of this app are following:
• Upload or download multiple files at once
• Upload entire folder structures (Google Chrome only)
• Delete, rename, copy, zip or unzip files using the built-in file manager interface
• Password authentication (optional)
• Shortcuts to photo, video and music directories
• Runs as a background service
• View photos directly in your web browser (integrated thumbnail gallery)
• Autostart service when connected to home network (optional)
• Provides access to external SD cards and USB storage devices
• Works while the device is in hotspot mode

The interface of this app is very easy to use. In order to use this app your computer and android should be on the same WiFi Network

The free version of this app has the limitation that you can only transfer a file of 5 Mb. However the paid version i.e. WiFi File Transfer Pro does not have any limitations.


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