The best by far I love this and I've been using it for a while on my other phones. Connecting over USB cable to android can be such a pain. With this I just turn on the server. Connect. Copy. Done. No messing around hoping my phone will turn up in explorer or only being able to access a small part of the filesystem. Best of all. No adverts. The creator has made a simple and functional ftp server without bloat. I rate this program 11/10 :)
Easily transfers files from tablet to phone Using ES File Manager to act as the ftp client on my phone, I was able to quickly copy several folders of audio books from my tablet. Other apps like Xender failed miserably. Using Chrome (on my phone), I was able to log in to FTPServer and see all of my files, but not transfer them, so what you're trying to use as the client on the receiving end makes a big difference. 5 stars +++++!
The fastest I achieved the highest speeds with this FTP server, by a vast marign, and I've tried many. Works flawlessly. An option to see the plain text password would be appreciated though. Also a general "WIFI" option in allowed connections types, instead of listing current wifi connections. Edit: Now I saw there is a problem with timezones. All file times displayed in the ftp client are shifted by 3 hours compared to other ftp servers where this is not an issue. Please fix the timezones issue.
What I wanted - had to be tweaked to work on my Note 4 kitkat If you know anything about FTP, this was extremely easy to set up, connected instantly and worked very fast. With the limitations of Kit Kat you can no longer write to the external SD card. The work around for this "security feature" was supplied by a quick response from the programmer.
Saves me having to connect my phone via cable to transfer pictures and files. File transfers couldn't be easier. Really easy to setup and works perfectly. I love the simple interface, which is functional without being overkill, allowing me to see what is going on. I have it setup as a bookmark in my file browser, so files are just a single click away. Running on Marshmallow (6.0.1).
Options look good. that's where it ends. It didn't work, i finally connected, can't get a list of files just says no permission in log. tried restricting to default also same error. There is no default settings, and the interface is not intuitive. I installed the app: wifi ftp server and i was able to connect within seconds. Almost thought that android 7 has some extra permission issues. but it's just the app that is not good.
- Fixed MLST response