It only works on Wifi It definitely works. It connects, I'm able to view folders and files on a server and download them. But only on a wifi connection. It does nothing when I'm on a data connection. Nothing besides sitting there that is. I can't connect what so ever. I know it's not my connection, because I've done this while using another app. I'd Rather stick with this though. If there is something I'm missing, hopefully someone can point me to a fix.
For me this is a very basic, but still unfinished plugin, a bit slow, uploads files with unstable speed, and doesn't delete local files, while moving to remote server.
Totally confusing The user interface just isn't self explanatory. It doesn't seem to behave like a Linux or Windows user would expect an ftp client to behave.
Pushing 8.2.x-dev as I type (excellent ~;-) So close to perfect, it's scary ... works flawlessly, intuitively designed; absolutely IDEAL app for ftp: Integrity of data transmitted ALWAYS trumps speed of transfer (and it only took a minute or two to figure out ~;-)
It gets the job done copying across the LAN / Samba Shares, but I don't find the user interface very intuitive. If I click the arrow at the bottom expecting it to copy a file I selected in the left window, to the right... it doesn't do that... instead, it expands and collapses the left wing. There is no mouse over dialog boxes to explain what the icons on the bottom row do, you have to hold your breathe and click them by chance to figure out what they do, as they are not labeled at all. Overall, the interface is kind of a mystery. It should be a lot simpler, with the two windows side by side, and you can drag and drop or copy files back and forth between windows, and easily create new folders and rename or delete files, all without having to guess what you are doing... but confirmed with real words what you are doing... so there is no guesswork.
2.09: Android 7 support
2.08: Self-signed certificates not working; add session te-use (Android>=4.1)
2.07: Support for TLSv1.1 and v1.2; needs Android 2.3 or newer
2.06: Fixed flickering dialog in landscape mode
2.05: Bugfixes, e.g. support very long directories (several 1000 files)
2.04: Bugfixes, support for themes
2.03: Bugfixes, support for empty user name
2.02: Support for servers which report wrong internet address
2.01: Bugfixes, better stability. This plugin does not support streaming.
Full access to exFAT, NTFS, HFS+ and FAT32 storages directly from Android device