The best solution to avoid cloud service costs. Yes, clouds are nice, but overall cost a lot more then a hard drive. And will cost more in the future, while your home disk is empty. Not to mention that cloud services have a limited future and you never know if they are about to fail. This is the fantastic solution to use instead. It just works as intended. Automatically, no worries and work once you set it up. When you're on home wireless it syncs to your network disks wherever they are. Perfect.
Backup your music & photos collection to your computer Not just simple backup. 1) I sometimes download songs to computer. It helps me to keep music folder on both devices(computer & mobile) synchronised. 2) Edit/delete any synced photo/file from the computer, changes will automatically get reflected in the mobile. 3) Sync and create backup of any folder e.g. download folder of mobile. 4) Gets synced in seconds as no Internet is used. Mobile connects directly to computer through LAN.
Can't manually set domain name The domain name option does not allow me to set manually, thus can't connect to NAS even I had provided correct credentials. I had used another similar tool called sweet home and had the same login problem, but once I entered the correct domain name it work like a charm. It is a NAS that I try to connect to and I don't know how to open the UDP port
Great App I use SyncMe to back up folders on my phone to a file hub, my laptop, and Usb storage. Works great. Small issue is with manually restoring sync folder after a phone swap. I would like to see some sort of backup of the sync folders and settings. For backup of each folder I edit the sync folder an grab screen shot for like 20 sync folders... What a drag. If anyone has up graded to Andriod 6 you will need to change each sync folder and change path from /emulated/0.... to /sdcard/ then every things work perfect
Works Beautifully! Now I've got it configured and the 1st sync* performed it's perfect! I thought it might not work with the SD card on Marshmallow, but it did. *About that 1st sync tho: the folder structure and files on my PC and phone were identical to begin with, so I was surprised it rewrote every file in the PC folder, which took an age. I'd have thought a simple checksum routine would be sufficient to establish whether existing files were the same. Rewriting 8GB of already identical data seemed rather unnecessary.
Fast and functional The only SMB syncing tool I've used that can saturate my phone's WiFi connection. For example, on my Nexus 6P I could only get up to 2MB/s using Foldersync, with SyncMe I constantly reach over 20 MB/s. Very solid app, but the interface could use some "material love".
Order validation fix
New smb library - improved performance.
Dns field for dynamic dns service.
Rearrange sync jobs.
Upgrade to the latest in-app billing.
Fix old samba support.
Fix Android 2.2 support.
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