This is amazing app and I hoped that it would safe my life. But it didn't because it didn't work. I think it's small bug but please fix it. So, it allow me to open my post on my xperia z 5.0.2 but after first request to that port it shuts it. So I can check my port with port-check tool, but another check fails. The app says that 'PFTCPJob Timeout hapened while coonecting to source" I would give 5* if this app would work on me.
Didn't work for me Never worked for me. Running Nexus 4, 4.3 Android OS. Odds are, it's probably my cell provider. They already forbid tethering. Talk about tethering AND port forwarding. Most likely a firewall issue. It would be nice to see firewall detection in this application, along with open port testing. Might be good, wasn't for me. Thanks anyways!
Almost there. This app works exactly as described, which is just a little lacking. A option of port ranges, both TCP/UDP at once, and with root, access to ports below 1024 would give it a 5 star. The interface is very easy to understand, and I hope to see the app evolve to include the aforementioned missing features.
I can't get it to work - no instructions With USB tethering, the Public IP address that PF reports is different to that reported by my torrent client. There does not appear to be any way to change this in PF. The client thus reports the port as blocked and downloads are snail slow. Some user instructions would be nice.
It works fine. Unlike some other reviewers, I for one am glad that it doesn't require root access, since I don't actually have root access. It was a bit confusing to figure out at first, but you can change the phone ip that is used to something else by selecting the correct Public Interface option. After doing so, this app does exactly what it's supposed to. Two things I would like to see added though are port ranges, and a "both" option along with udp and tcp.
Problems with port forwarding, but easy to use. Hi Developer, could you help? I am trying to run a webserver from my mobile device, connected to 3g. I wish to view my site from outside my local network. Is this possible? I keep getting TCP errors stating that the ports are already in use.
bugfixes and new algorithm