Originally Posted by Tyfighter
OK, so right now I've got a folder on a windows xp machine shared across my home network via smb. I want to take this to the next level and be able to access it everywhere. I need to be able to get to it on Android and write access would be nice but not necessary. I've been googling around and all I've been able to gather is that smb is a bad idea. What would be the best way to go about making this happen?
Use the filezilla ftp server, setup the port you want to use and the password and configure everything accordingly. (I can help)
And then setup port forwarding on your router.
Then install "Turbo Ftp Client" from the google play store.
Set it up with the external ip address of your network and the port that you forwarded on your router.
And bam, you could access anywhere.
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