Exactly what the doctor ordered...Positively terrific! I need a drive letter (not just drag-&-drop), so that I can use drive utilities to search for or move batches of files across many folders. Installs and starts serving the Android root folder to Windows in seconds. There is really nothing to it. First set a username and password (it's used for Windows authentication). Then there is just one button. That's it! Windows Configuration Tips I'm a bit rusty on Windows networking, so it tool me a few minutes to figure out these things: a) The method for getting Explorer to accept an IP address as a network device (it doesn't find it automatically), you must enter the IP address as a URL. The syntax is shown on the Android as soon as you launch. b) And to find the option to "Map Network Drive" (access to this feature changes with each version of Windows. It's no longer under View. In Windows 10, you must create the network device under My PC (not just Networks) and then maximize the ribbon at the top of Explorer to find the 'Map' option.
The best WebDAV implementation and cleanest design on Google Play. WebDAV protocol is more efficient and has faster throughput than SMB for transferring files between mobile and PC. Nice that you can access and map drive from Windows with \\ip.address:port. Works perfectly for downloading file sizes up to 4GB from DavDrive but still needs work for uploading file sizes between 2GB and 4GB (<2GB is fine).
DavDrive works fantastically!
Using with FreeFileSync to backup SD card Works on Nexus 4 running 4.3. Transfer times aren't great, but that probably isn't the fault of this app.
Use to work excellent but... unfortunately now file transfer ALWAYS seems to fail half way through.
Fantastic. Simple and functional. Works. This worked perfectly to move photos off my Nexus 4. Using Goodsync on windows and connecting over an iPhone hotspot. Effortless. Just works.
- Bug Fix: Crash in preference screen
App with top 100 shortcuts for Windows, Office to speed up work at PCs/Notebooks