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[NFC UPDATE] [App] Fast File Transfer - The WiFi Direct For The Rest Of Us

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27th January 2013, 03:31 PM   |  #11  
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If your (sending) device doesn't allow tethering it won't work. If it does, then this is likely Pilot Error...

Sent from my Nexus 4 using Tapatalk 2

Its working in gingerbread ROM in my phone...
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27th January 2013, 05:33 PM   |  #12  
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Cool app
great app, thanks gusy
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27th January 2013, 06:09 PM   |  #13  
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great app, thanks gusy

i followed directions went into gallery and tried sharing a few pics with the APP and sent me for an Immediate boot loop. Boot img displayed and rom reloaded. Cant get it to work thus far.. on my Motorola XT912
27th January 2013, 06:13 PM   |  #14  
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Re: [App] Fast File Transfer - The WiFi Direct For The Rest Of Us
Works great on my galaxy mini 2, i use it to transfer things to my tablet that doesnt have wifi direct

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i followed directions went into gallery and tried sharing a few pics with the APP and sent me for an Immediate boot loop. Boot img displayed and rom reloaded. Cant get it to work thus far.. on my Motorola XT912

As mentioned in the app description on Google Play, the app does not work on Motorola's Razr devices. Sorry for that. It seems Motorola have a major bug somewhere in their WiFiManager implementation.
28th January 2013, 03:12 AM   |  #16  
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Excellent app
Works fine on Samsung Galaxy SL (GT-I9003) running stock 2.3.6 GB. Getting speeds in excess of 1600 kbyte/s.

Requests to dev:

1. Show file size, speed, estimated time remaining during transfer.

2. Include a "cancel" button.

3. Enable batch transfers (queuing multiple file transfers).

4. Include a notification in the pull down menu with details of the transfer.

5. Consider implementing it like Bluetooth file transfer. The app must be installed on both devices. Pair/authenticate the devices, then select the file and the receiver device. Transfer will start immediately. The app running in background in the receiver device will detect the incoming file(s) and transfer them, without user intervention. Of course, include an option to "ask always". For non-Android devices, there's web based transfer/QR code.

Thanks a lot!
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28th January 2013, 03:29 PM   |  #17  
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Works fine on Samsung Galaxy SL (GT-I9003) running stock 2.3.6 GB. Getting speeds in excess of 1600 kbyte/s.

Great !

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1. Show file size, speed, estimated time remaining during transfer.
2. Include a "cancel" button.
4. Include a notification in the pull down menu with details of the transfer.

Will add this in one of the next updates.

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3. Enable batch transfers (queuing multiple file transfers).

You can already send multiple files:
Just select multiple files in your file explorer before sending them.

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5. Consider implementing it like Bluetooth file transfer. The app must be installed on both devices. Pair/authenticate the devices, then select the file and the receiver device. Transfer will start immediately. The app running in background in the receiver device will detect the incoming file(s) and transfer them, without user intervention. Of course, include an option to "ask always". For non-Android devices, there's web based transfer/QR code.

I'm planning to include a receiving part right within the app, where you would only have to enter Name and PW of the sender once and can receive with one click later.
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28th January 2013, 04:48 PM   |  #18  
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Re: [App] Fast File Transfer - The WiFi Direct For The Rest Of Us
I think you should not enable it like Bluetooth because I can send files to my laptop

Having app installed on both devices is not possible on laptop

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28th January 2013, 05:09 PM   |  #19  
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I think you should not enable it like Bluetooth because I can send files to my laptop
Having app installed on both devices is not possible on laptop

Developing an app that allows transfers to any WiFi device was one of my original goals, so of course I will always keep a way to receive without any special app. The receiving part I mentioned would just connect to the WiFi for you and open the web browser automatically.

BTW, some One V users report that the app does not work for them. Does it work on your One V? If so, which ROM are you running?
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Just discovered your app and have to say it's brilliant. I've always been searching for an app allowing me to send files via wifi between to devices using the Hotspot functionality. You just made my day the only thing that could improve your app is a holo design and the already mentioned nfc feature

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