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[Q] File transfer between galaxy nexus and windows ? mac? linux?

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7th December 2011, 11:42 AM   |  #1  
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Hello everybody
Wich tool for transfer data are you using for Windows?
For Mac? => http://www.android.com/filetransfer/
For Linux?


Thanks in advance!
7th December 2011, 12:02 PM   |  #2  
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On Windows I just used explorer to copy all my music & photos to my GN
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On Windows I just used explorer to copy all my music & photos to my GN

Can you upload an screenshot?
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Here you go

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I am interested in finding a solution for linux, in special KDE.
At the moment i am using AirDroid over WiFi to transfer files. It also can send sms, emails and many more.
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I am interested in finding a solution for linux, in special KDE.
At the moment i am using AirDroid over WiFi to transfer files. It also can send sms, emails and many more.

Have you seen this post?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...6&postcount=47

Try reading that whole topic, a lot of information there. I dont think there's an easy way though, a bit over my basic linux skills
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Here you go

Thanks!

I cannot do that in windows xp
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Originally Posted by flakz0r

Have you seen this post?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...6&postcount=47

Try reading that whole topic, a lot of information there. I dont think there's an easy way though, a bit over my basic linux skills

Thank you. I think i do have basic linux skills and will take a look at this thread
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On Ubuntu I used it's multiple screen function. You can scroll with ATL+CTRL+arrows. So I opened explorer in one screen to see content of my phone and on the other screen opened folder I want to copy. Fast and easy.

W7: It has a great embedded explorer as shown on the pics above no need for additional software imho
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Thanks!

I cannot do that in windows xp

I've read people saying you can if you have at least Windows Media Player 10 installed, dont know if it's true though. Make sure you have all the latest updates.

I do recommend you upgrade for Windows 7.

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