Great Saw this on YouTube. Works a treat does just what I want. Great job developer. I saw a post saying it does not work on kit-kat. I am running kit-kat and it worked within seconds. It would be nice if it would support the DNS name rather than the IP address as this can change in a DHCP system.
Doesn't work on KitKat 4.4.2? I really, REALLY wanted this to work. Google's switch from Mass Storage to MTP on Android KitKat, which removed the user's ability to map the SD card on Android devices as a Removeable Drive with a drive letter in Windows over a USB connection, has virtually crippled my Samsung Tab 3. MTP doesn't let me use TeraCopy, WinMerge, or any of the usual synchronization utilities to do file management on Android devices. My last hope was that WebDAV, adb, and BitKinex would provide a workaround, but after a full day of struggle, I simply can't make this work. adb and BitKinex seem to connect to WebDAV on the tablet - at least there are no error messages - but the file tree and folder window in BitKinex never shows any files, just the rotating circle that's Win 7's "wait/stand by" symbol (like XP's hourglass). I tried WebDAV in both USB and WiFi modes, and could not get BitKinex to show me any files on the tablet, no matter how I tried to tweak configuration settings. I don't know for sure what's wrong, but I assume this is another example of how Google has crippled Android's SD Card access and networking capabilities in version 4.4.2 KitKat.
File Transfer Simplified My basic need is finally complete. Already had access to my phone via Wifi through different android apps, but through the browser which is just to copy & pasting, but not viewing files. This app completes that and works good.
Downloaded this app so I could map a network drive to the WebDav local IP. Mapping is fine but I am unable to transfer an 800GB file without repeated errors stating that the destination folder no longer exists. If I plug my phone up with a wire I can transfer the file no problem. Since this is the only function I use my rating is based on that experience.
need more work can't identify wether file or folder in dir listing (web browser). no sorting option or whatsoover.
RegEdit errata, et al In the Read More info above, it says to set the FileAttributesLimitInBytes value to 000f4240, but that is the DEFAULT value. FFFFFFFF in hex is 4GB minus 1-byte. And, there's another key just below that one, named FileSizeLimitInBytes which I believe is the more-appropriate one on which to change its value. I changed both to FFFFFFFF. Also, in WebDAV Settings, selecting the SdCard as the "Home directory" does NOT work (setting it to Ext.SdCard doesn't select the optional micro-SD card, either)... if you set the Home dir to SdCard, when you map the windows drive (say, Z:) to \\127.0.0.1:8080 and then copy files to Z:\Music, it actually puts the files into the Phone/Music subdir, not the Card/Music subdir. To reach the optional/installed micro-SD card, select "Custom folder" for the "Home directory" then in the "Custom folder" option browse to /mnt/extSdCard and press the Select button. THAT lets you map a drive letter in Windows to the micro-SD card in your Galaxy S5 (assuming you've jumped through all the hoops, like installing the Android SDK, starting its ADB server and using that as a SOCKS proxy on the 127.0.0.1:8080 socket). Hope that helps!