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hey guys i need some help , im trying to find a good app that will let me transfer files between my tf300 and my nexus 7 via my wifi network but i need it to be as simple to use as possible lol, so have you guys got any suggestions?

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hey guys i need some help , im trying to find a good app that will let me transfer files between my tf300 and my nexus 7 via my wifi network but i need it to be as simple to use as possible lol, so have you guys got any suggestions?

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You can try airdroid

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i use airdroid to move things to and from my pc but it never works that well from android to android with dolphin browser, would a differnet browser make a difference?


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use wifi file transfer, i used it to transfer files from my phone to my friend's ipad https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...transfer&hl=en

of course, the free version can only allow you to send files of a certain size, but you can do a little search on google, for the full version
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use wifi file transfer, i used it to transfer files from my phone to my friend's ipad https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...transfer&hl=en

of course, the free version can only allow you to send files of a certain size, but you can do a little search on google, for the full version
Cheshire mate I'll have a look at that

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i use airdroid to move things to and from my pc but it never works that well from android to android with dolphin browser, would a differnet browser make a difference?
Superbeam may do the trick!
 
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Definitely pushbullet. I use it to transfer around my tablet, phone and computer over WiFi and it works like a dream!

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I've never heard of that mat I'll check that now

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Ftp Server Pro is good for me, but it's more for connection between PC and phone/tablet. The apps mentioned above: WiFi File Transfer and Superbeam looks very easy to use.

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