Thanks for the tip
Nice tutorial and useful too. I used to do something very similar with my Iphone (I know I know, no comments please lol). This was all achieved through Total Commander.
What I also used to do, and not sure if you can with Android is have my screen on the pc/laptop so if you do something on the device, then it would show the actions on the pc/laptop and visa versa. It did actually come handy when displaying a Powerpoint at Uni, it just created a bridge to my phone using RealVNC and something called Veency. Veency is not available in the Market so dont know if I can achieve something similar, it displayed the ppt on the large monitor over wi-fi so everyone could see.
ssh has built in protection. If you're using the same IP address as a previous phone, then there may be some old RSA key which was transferred causing the connection not to go through because of lack of verification. Try changing the static IP address on the phone to make it reauthenticate. Also, make sure you have no firewall software on your phone or computer. port 22 must be working.
Here is how you can obtain unrestricted file access to your phone.
Most of the time you don't need to access the restricted areas of your phone. Sometimes it's required. I like to use SSH/sftp as it is very compatible with everything.
Here are some of the benefeits of using this technique:
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