Perhaps the feature was "lost in translation", but this app DOES NOT access the SD Card like the web site claims it does. What it calls "SDCARD" is just internal storage. As a test, on my Galaxy S5, I configured my photos to be stored on the sdcard, and then took a test photo. I then searched for the file name of the new photo over the DavDrive connection, and it could not be found.
Does a useful thing in conjunction with a suitable Windows client. Use this with Klink. You click the button & you can manage files from your laptop.
Fantastic app Very much to the point. Helpful for linux users. Just adding a dav server on the ip does the job
More 1GB - no copy.
Simple, perfect I had to use this webdav solution because I believe that installing a samba (I use linux) server or other on my android would require a rooted phone. This option was second best, nautilus recognizes my phone just as if it was another computer on my network. Also, browsing the settings is exactly what reflects the title the best : simple, perfect everything I needed and nothing more...
Empowering Inspired by this app and the recommended Bitkinex client I now fully understand what "client" means in this sentence. Which led to enlightenment on the word "Server." Which made me finally figure out what was going on with this whole "LAN" thing. I haven't been this interested in the nuts & bolts of computing since Windows 3.1. Stick out the setup if you're having trouble; I know that "Airdroid" app is easy but this one is rewarding.
- Range Header support (NetDrive on Windows now should work)
- Better large file support