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[APP] AirDroid = Awesome

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28th March 2014, 09:24 PM   |  #1  
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I havent heard anything about this on this thread so thought i'd share.

This ap is so AWESOME i have been using if for almost 2 years since i had my Galaxy s2.

I use it everyday at work i can controll my phone through my pc and with no programs to install.

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Description:

Manage your Android devices on the web, all over the air.
- No USB cable required.
- No driver installation required.
- Same WiFi network or Internet.
- Pure web app, works on Windows, Mac, Chromebook and Linux.
Simply install AirDroid on your Android and you’ll be able to enjoy the following features on your computer at web.airdroid.com:
- SMS: send and receive individual or group messages.
- Apps: Import and export .apk files.
- Files: Manage files on Android and transferring files between Android and computer.
- Photos: View and manage photos on Android and transferring photos between Android and computer.
- Music & Videos: Play and manage music & videos on Android and transferring them between Android and computer.
- Ringtones: Set music as ringtone and export any ringtone.
- Contacts: View and edit all the contacts.
- Screenshot: View the real time screen of Android devices, take static screenshots. (root required)
- Camera: See through the lens of both front and back camera, also supports flashlight.

AND MUCH MORE!!!

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29th March 2014, 06:25 AM   |  #2  
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I use it often too. Only downside is transferring large files to the phone. I have a weak router and it takes a while to transfer 1GB or 2GB files. Im pretty sure that will go away as soon as I replace my router with an AC capable one. But yes, the app is fantastic and its free
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I use it often too. Only downside is transferring large files to the phone. I have a weak router and it takes a while to transfer 1GB or 2GB files. Im pretty sure that will go away as soon as I replace my router with an AC capable one. But yes, the app is fantastic and its free

yes it is
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I use it often too. Only downside is transferring large files to the phone. I have a weak router and it takes a while to transfer 1GB or 2GB files. Im pretty sure that will go away as soon as I replace my router with an AC capable one. But yes, the app is fantastic and its free

What makes you think having an AC router will make your speeds increase? The LG G2 doesnt have an AC chip. Just abgn and 5Ghz band.. all you need is N router or above...you wont see AC speeds on a the LG g2..
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What makes you think having an AC router will make your speeds increase? The LG G2 doesnt have an AC chip. Just abgn and 5Ghz band.. all you need is N router or above...you wont see AC speeds on a the LG g2..

Didn't know the g2 didn't have an ac chip . should have done more homework on it

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Didn't know the g2 didn't have an ac chip . should have done more homework on it

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Just trying to save ya some money! I wouldnt invest in an AC router for another year or 2..
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What makes you think having an AC router will make your speeds increase? The LG G2 doesnt have an AC chip. Just abgn and 5Ghz band.. all you need is N router or above...you wont see AC speeds on a the LG g2..

And what about this?
http://www.gsmarena.com/lg_g2-5543.php
Look at wlan.
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What makes you think having an AC router will make your speeds increase? The LG G2 doesnt have an AC chip. Just abgn and 5Ghz band.. all you need is N router or above...you wont see AC speeds on a the LG g2..

It supports 802.11ac it was mentioned on many review sites.
http://www.gsmarena.com/lg_g2-5543.php

Also some people have used it as mentioned on android central.
http://forums.androidcentral.com/lg-...c-verizon.html
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How the hell....

Damn, I am wrong. It does support AC. Hah. I have no idea how I over looked that..

Thanks for the headsup!!
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yes i agree, awesome app. G2 has someting similar like this on stock as well but i never use it, i'd much rather use Airdroid . Its fantastic
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