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This is my first thread on this site as a new owner of an xperia Z tablet , I must say what a device

I have a question and I apologize if it's been answered already , how can I map the tablet to my PC wirelessly and transfer files?

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1. Install SSHDroid. Run it and you will see your XTZ IP address.
2. Download and run WinSCP. Connect to IP address above with port number is 2222 as set by default in SSHDroid. You can navigate to your XTZ to transfer files back and forth.
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great thx for the input !

will try the sshdroid process and report back
 
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If rooted, you can also install "Samba Filesharing", a Samba server for Android.

When running, you can access the internal storage from any SMB/CIFS capable device in the network, also from other Android devices (just use e.g. ES File Explorer).
 
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Hello all, This is my first thread on this site as a new owner of an xperia Z tablet , I must say what a device I have a question and I apologize if it's been answered already , how can I map the tablet to my PC wirelessly and transfer files? Thx
If all you want to do is transfer media and document files, setup the tablet's Transferring files using Media transfer mode via Wi-Fi feature. Using this feature will cause the tablet to be displayed in Windows Explorer as Xperia Tablet Z and will provide access to the tablet's internal and external storage. Read starting at page 92 of the Xperia Tablet Z User Guide to learn how to setup the Transferring files using Media transfer mode via Wi-Fi feature.
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Works like a charm ! thx again
 
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Hello all,

This is my first thread on this site as a new owner of an xperia Z tablet , I must say what a device

I have a question and I apologize if it's been answered already , how can I map the tablet to my PC wirelessly and transfer files?

Thx
You can also use PCC to connect wirelessly, sometimes for mobile it doesn't work, appaired my tablet yesterday, works like a charm even with Media Go transfert.
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Thank you all. This helped me configure my device and transfer files wirelesly. Greetings

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