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

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28th January 2013, 06:43 PM   |  #21  
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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

Glad you find it useful
Yeah, seems like I have to improve the graphics, keep hearing this is a brilliant app apart from the design
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28th January 2013, 06:52 PM   |  #22  
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What's in last version update?

I think it was same old version.
28th January 2013, 07:03 PM   |  #23  
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What's in last version update?
I think it was same old version.

The latest released version is 1.1.1, which just fixed some bugs of 1.1 and was released somewhere in December, I think.
It seems like the Updated field in Google Play also refers to app description changes, which I seem to have made on January 27th.
The newest version I'm currently working on is 1.2, which will include NFC pairing.
What were you referring to?
28th January 2013, 07:10 PM   |  #24  
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The latest released version is 1.1.1, which just fixed some bugs of 1.1 and was released somewhere in December, I think.
It seems like the Updated field in Google Play also refers to app description changes, which I seem to have made on January 27th.
The newest version I'm currently working on is 1.2, which will include NFC pairing.
What were you referring to?

but in the market the January 27th update 1.1.1 it was same I think old version and same changeloge ?
28th January 2013, 07:14 PM   |  #25  
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but in the market the January 27th update 1.1.1 it was same I think old version and same changeloge ?

I just checked and it seems like I even released 1.1.1 back in October. I just updated the app description on January 27th, I did not even touch the apk, but it seems like Google even interprets description changes as an update.
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28th January 2013, 07:23 PM   |  #26  
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I just checked and it seems like I even released 1.1.1 back in October. I just updated the app description on January 27th, I did not even touch the apk, but it seems like Google even interprets description changes as an update.

No sorry my mistake I think when I see January 27, 2013 should change also app version... ,but I don't get update

I get it Thanks ^-^.
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28th January 2013, 11:06 PM   |  #27  
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Re: [App] Fast File Transfer - The WiFi Direct For The Rest Of Us
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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?

No it works flawlessly on stock sense, cm 10, paranoid android, slimbean, evervolv, cm9 and almost all ROMs I used

the people complaining must be having weaker WiFi radio because some one v's shipped in mid July had this hardware problem there's nothing wrong with the app though

And also can we use this as WiFi direct like in Samsung devices i mean like without typing that number in future??

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29th January 2013, 03:38 PM   |  #28  
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No it works flawlessly on stock sense, cm 10, paranoid android, slimbean, evervolv, cm9 and almost all ROMs I used
the people complaining must be having weaker WiFi radio because some one v's shipped in mid July had this hardware problem there's nothing wrong with the app though

Thank you very much for pointing this out

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And also can we use this as WiFi direct like in Samsung devices i mean like without typing that number in future??

As mentioned above, I am planning some kind of receiving part that would only need name and password of the sender once and could receive automatically later.
29th January 2013, 05:05 PM   |  #29  
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It sounds cool .but can u upload the APK on xda.many like me dont have access to google play
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Re: [App] Fast File Transfer - The WiFi Direct For The Rest Of Us
Ty,
I liked this app and use it instead of Bluetooth,
For faster transfer of files

Send From My Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100,
HIT thanks if I did Helped you.
LIFE! It's what you make out of it!

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