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A HUGE Alternative for WI-FI Direct

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8th September 2012, 12:08 AM   |  #1  
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aren't most people angry and jealous from the xperia s owners who have the w-fi direct on there phone's white papers


well here's the deal....... Sony never actually made any to the xperia s


and now every one can get a VERY similar service and even better...... without any restrictions like being only able to transfer with this technology to the same phone model only.......etc so lets cut to the chest

here is what you gonna do:
1- download the app wi-fi file explorer pro
2- turn on wi-fi hotspot
3- open the app
4- connect the other device(phone,laptop....all works) to your hotspot
5- on the 2nd device's web browser type the address exactly as shown in the app with the port too
(like http://192.168.1.1:8000/ where 8000 stands for port) i also recommand using the fastest net browser on the device such as google chrome on pc and opera's small version (800KB) on android.................etc

congratulations you can now transfer files without a router or a usb cable and with speeds up-to 50 Mb/s on a non-wifi direct device

HIT THANKS OR USE DROPBOX LINK TO GIVE ME SOME EXTRA SPACE
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8th September 2012, 03:40 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by omtay2311995

aren't most people angry and jealous from the xperia s owners who have the w-fi direct on there phone's white papers


well here's the deal....... Sony never actually made any to the xperia s


and now every one can get a VERY similar service and even better...... without any restrictions like being only able to transfer with this technology to the same phone model only.......etc so lets cut to the chest

here is what you gonna do:
1- download the app wi-fi file explorer pro
2- turn on wi-fi hotspot
3- open the app
4- connect the other device(phone,laptop....all works) to your hotspot
5- on the 2nd device's web browser type the address exactly as shown in the app with the port too
(like http://192.168.1.1:8000/ where 8000 stands for port) i also recommand using the fastest net browser on the device such as google chrome on pc and opera's small version (800KB) on android.................etc

congratulations you can now transfer files without a router or a usb cable and with speeds up-to 50 Mb/s on a non-wifi direct device

HIT THANKS OR USE DROPBOX LINK TO GIVE ME SOME EXTRA SPACE

Have you ever tried AIRDROID???
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AIRDROID is epic. Awesome stuff
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I think everybody know's that.

a few months when dev's started making a Wi-Fi direct tick button and removed it later because it was useless no one actually mentioned such a thing so not many people shared that at least

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gonna try it out thanks
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I guess it's more of a qualcomm snapdragon problem than Sony's

I read somewhere that only snapdragon s4 will have that

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Originally Posted by omtay2311995

aren't most people angry and jealous from the xperia s owners who have the w-fi direct on there phone's white papers


well here's the deal....... Sony never actually made any to the xperia s


and now every one can get a VERY similar service and even better...... without any restrictions like being only able to transfer with this technology to the same phone model only.......etc so lets cut to the chest

here is what you gonna do:
1- download the app wi-fi file explorer pro
2- turn on wi-fi hotspot
3- open the app
4- connect the other device(phone,laptop....all works) to your hotspot
5- on the 2nd device's web browser type the address exactly as shown in the app with the port too
(like http://192.168.1.1:8000/ where 8000 stands for port) i also recommand using the fastest net browser on the device such as google chrome on pc and opera's small version (800KB) on android.................etc

congratulations you can now transfer files without a router or a usb cable and with speeds up-to 50 Mb/s on a non-wifi direct device

HIT THANKS OR USE DROPBOX LINK TO GIVE ME SOME EXTRA SPACE

we didnt get wi-direct coz our outdatet kernel
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we didnt get wi-direct coz our outdatet kernel

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the thing to notice too is when wi-fi direct first launched it was saying in the wi-fi alliance web site that this technology doesn't require any special hardware and also can connect to other devices that don't have this software

but now it seems to have change because of there marketing strategy

because if a simple programs such as AIRDROID and wi-fi file explorer pro can do it on any wi-fi device how could companies claim that this is a hardware required tech???
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Originally Posted by omtay2311995

aren't most people angry and jealous from the xperia s owners who have the w-fi direct on there phone's white papers


well here's the deal....... Sony never actually made any to the xperia s


and now every one can get a VERY similar service and even better...... without any restrictions like being only able to transfer with this technology to the same phone model only.......etc so lets cut to the chest

here is what you gonna do:
1- download the app wi-fi file explorer pro
2- turn on wi-fi hotspot
3- open the app
4- connect the other device(phone,laptop....all works) to your hotspot
5- on the 2nd device's web browser type the address exactly as shown in the app with the port too
(like http://192.168.1.1:8000/ where 8000 stands for port) i also recommand using the fastest net browser on the device such as google chrome on pc and opera's small version (800KB) on android.................etc

congratulations you can now transfer files without a router or a usb cable and with speeds up-to 50 Mb/s on a non-wifi direct device

HIT THANKS OR USE DROPBOX LINK TO GIVE ME SOME EXTRA SPACE

It doesnt work on TV s

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