Great program, too bad stopped working on Android4 Used it all the time before upgrading to ICS, but after upgrade it shows 127.0.0.1%2 as an address of my Galaxy S2, so no way of connecting to it anymore.
Didn't work for me. It generated a link with IPv6 address, but ':' symbols are invalid in URLs, so I'm unable to connect to it. Also, app lacks of landscape layout.
An outstanding but flawed app. The ability to mount your internal SD card wirelessly is fantastic. Which means it's a shame the interface is so poor.
Needs GUI Improvements It needs GUI and documentation improvements, For everyone who wants to know how to use it, (im on a mac) Open the app. Press the big 'On' button a 4 digit password will show in the bottom right hand side. then open a finder window press CMD+K type in the afp://etc..... and click 'Connect' use the 4 digit password shown on the phone Shazam! it shows up as a normal disk on the left hand side... pretty swish! But honestly, needs some major work on user experience :P
IPv6, really? This is a much needed tool, Although it would be a lot more helpful if it gave you the address in IPv4. Or have Bonjour (feature request for a pro version).. In the end, I couldn't get it to work on an unrooted Nexus 4. After pressing the power button it would turn on visually and give me the totally useless IPv6 address "afp://email@example.com - but I was unable to connect to it in the Finder. When pressing the power button again the app does not respond. Safe to assume that the process behind the GUI has crashed. Great idea. Shame about the execution. If this worked and had Bonjour announcing it I would definitely pay cashmoney for it.
Easy to use, if you have a little network know-how! Once working it does just what it says on the tin. Working well on HTC Desire and Archos 70 tablet