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.
Is there something I'm missing? Why can't I just map drives back and forth between pc and android? Then simply drag and drop. All these goofy Web Access methods or unnecessarily complex smb servers are stupid. My next tab is going to be windows, so I can get some freaking work done. Yeesh.
Rating "Just OK" under the mercy of another FTP app with similar user interface. I assume that's made by the same author. If it's not because of the FTP app, I would rate it one start. Two reasons: First, it doesn't work with Mac (El Capitan) + Android 6 (Nexus 9). The Finder simply fails transmission after correctly connected to the tablet. Second, OK, if the built-in Finder doesn't work, how about CyberDuck? It doesn't work either.
Got it working... eventually Attempted to map as a network drive in Windows 7. No go. Attempted to connect using Cyberduck. No luck. Used WinSCP (which in addition to SCP and SFTP has support for WebDAV). Was then finally able to connect and transfer files.
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!