Originally Posted by ZiO312
Hi guys! After searching for months on google I decided to ask it to pro developer of this awesome forum. Is it possible to have a Direct Wi Fi Connection between my Android device (Lg L5 e610) and my PC (Win7, Ubuntu 13.04, Mac OSx Snow Leopard)? Is there any tool or program to do it? Or at least a developement project (I like to be a tester)? I found some solutions for my question but they need to a router to work and i haven't it
Sorry for my very bad english and applauses to this awesome community!
You could use a hotspot app to use your device as router.
An other good solution is ES Explorer that you can do exactly the same thing and many more (Personally I preffer this app).Open ES Explorer,press menu button-->Tools-->Net Manager and you will see a choice "Create a hotspot network".Press that and you will make a hotspot connection (It will give you the password after the creation of the connection).Press back button-->menu button-->Tools-->Remote Manager and use turn on button to share your data (by default it is sharing your sdcard and sets as default port 3721)
Then just find and connect your pc to wifi hotspot of your device and create a new network location by giving the ftp address from ES Explorer:
Phone Model: HTC Sensation Z710e (Pyramid)
JuopunutBear S-OFF -- Rooted -- SuperCID
Recovery: 4EXT Touch 18.104.22.168 RC9
HTC Sense-version: 4+
Softwarenumber: ViperS 3.1.2
Buildnumber: 3.19.401.101 CL157254 release-keys