Works well with Minix X8-H, but only Wifi. Great App. It works perfectly in a Minix X8-H. The only problem is that I cannot make it work with the wired ethernet connection, only with WiFi. I will have to find another App that supports Wired Ethernet.
The Best Intuitive, informative, tiny, easy setting up, does it's work perfectly. Only thing missing is access from browser.
Simple but great It does what it says it does. Using a Nexus 6 coming from a Galaxy Note II, I miss my SD card a little bit. Instead of USB mass storage, modern android phones use MTP, which isn't very reliable for me. This FTP server does a great job with handling my file transfers. I have yet to encounter any reliability issues. The only thing I wish it had was maybe SFTP as an option especially for FTP over the internet, since FTP is not a secure protocol. Great app! Would recommend.
Functional, "just works". The app loses a star because of its clumsy interface and, especially, the awkwardness of setting it up if you don't know quite what the fields mean. The default directory should be the SD card, not root — most users are not rooted experts. But, once set up, this app works flawlessly and instantly without any fuss, every time. I don't see any need to ever use a USB connection again. For this, and the fact that there are no ads, it regains its lost star.
Works perfectly with 0 clutter! This is exactly what I've been looking for. I've tested it for the past day, and found out that I can set a static IP on my Android device, set FTP Server to run on device boot, configure it to serve on the static IP, enter the IP into Windows' "Add a Network Location," and basically just treat the Android device exactly like a local folder, without having to manually switch anything on or off. Doesn't suck up much battery that I can see, so I can just keep it running in the background, where it runs without complaint or intrusion. Perfect job!
Only works on LAN, not Internet Does not work over Internet It works perfectly fine on my LAN, but over the Internet, I get the error 200 Switching to mode TYPE A 227 Entering Passive Mode (Int,ern,al,IP,128,32) And yes, I port forwarded.
- Fixed MLST response